Paul Walsh published an article in the Winnipeg Free Press on March 15, 2021. Reproduced below is the un-edited version. Enjoy. PAUL WALSH: Leaving behind my grandmother and his two daughters in rural Ukraine, my grandfather came to Canada over 110 years ago. Approximately 2 years later, in 1912, they joined him on McPhillips Street […]
“A new survey by Probe Research this week has found that a majority of Manitobans favour bringing in a universal basic income” – Listen to the full interview held on May 10, 2020 above.
Sid Frankel publishes a timely coronavirus related article in The Winnipeg Free Press.
Under the former Liberal government, Hamilton, Thunder Bay, and Lindsay were test cities for a basic-income pilot. Eligible citizens were offered a guaranteed annual income. The idea was to check on how the participants’ lives changed after three years, then decide whether to take the plan provincewide. Subsequently, the new PC government cancelled the pilot. […]
August 10, 2020 – Basic Income Manitoba (BIM) wishes to congratulate Member of Parliament for Winnipeg Centre Leah Gazan on the private members motion she has developed to encourage the federal government to convert the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit into a Guaranteed Livable Basic Income on a permanent basis. The pandemic and its economic effects […]
Announcing the 2020 BIM essay contest winners: Secondary School Category First Place: “Basic Income; Replacing Fear With Hope” by Heidi Jean, Maples Met School Second Place: “Basic Income: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Achieving Dreams” by Aiyanna St. Cyr, Kelvin High School Third Place: “Basic Income: What it Could Mean for Me” by Jascha […]