Basic Income Canada Network (BICN) [ https:// ] is a voluntary, non-profit, non-partisan organization promoting informed, constructive public dialogue leading to a basic income guarantee in Canada.

PDF version - 150K, 53 pages HTML version - 117K, 37 pages [*See the Canadian Social Research Links CAP/CHST Resources page for more on the 1994 Social Security Review]Guide to the Guaranteed Annual Income (39 pages) January 1976 - includes Negative Income Tax (Theoretical model), Support/Supplementation (proposed programs) and a history of the mid-1970s Social Security Review (1973 to 1975) In late 2016, the Ontario government announced its intention to carry out a basic income pilot project in communities across the province.

In response, a range of authors and experts have examined how variations of the model could benefit the one in eight Canadians who live in poverty.

And yet some six generations along since 1867, millions of people in Canada today suffer in poverty or experience relentless, stressful economic insecurity. How might a Basic Income Guarantee affect your life and/or your loved ones?

We invite you to answer that question in approximately 150 words and, by September 15th, send your reply to [email protected]

We invite activists around the world to contribute to our action week for Unconditional Basic Income (UBI).

We can help with finding presenters and promoting your event with our shared website: https://The Basic Income Week is a self-organised participatory week.

You can also provide your name—or leave your name anonymous if that would be your preference.

Thanks, we look forward to hearing from you and from many others across Canada!

During the upcoming 10th International Basic Income Week (September 18-24), we'll collate the submissions and send them along to Prime Minister Trudeau and key federal Cabinet members (Finance, Health etc.) who are in position to introduce basic income security for all, from coast to coast to coast.

Below what you write, please provide the name of the city/town and province/territory in which you reside.

The purpose of the Fellowship is to give people of vision the opportunity to investigate ideas, models, and practices that have the potential to lead to transformational change.