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A Town Without Poverty?: Canada's only experiment in guaranteed income finally gets reckoning | The Dominion
But this experiment happened much closer to home. For a four-year period in the '70s, the poorest families in Dauphin, Manitoba, were granted a guaranteed minimum income by the federal and provincial governments. Thirty-five years later all that remains of the experiment are 2,000 boxes of documents that have gathered dust in the Canadian archives building in Winnipeg.
by generic on Fri Aug 16th, 2013 at 06:33:20 AM EST
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