On Tuesday, January 6, the Fraser Institute will release a new study examining the feasibility of implementing a Guaranteed Annual Income program across Canada.
As commonly envisioned, a Guaranteed Annual Income (GAI) program would provide individuals or families unconditional cash transfers to ensure a minimum annual income and would replace Canada's complex income support system with a single program administered by one level of government.
The Practical Challenges of Creating a Guaranteed Annual Income in Canada outlines the obstacles to establishing such a program and assesses the likelihood of overcoming these challenges.
A news release with additional information will be issued via Marketwired at 6:30 a.m. (Eastern) on Tuesday, January 6.
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