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Advocating for a basic personal income for Nova Scotians
Elizabeth Kay Raining-Bird of the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders is chair of Basic Income Guarantee Nova Scotia. The group aims to reduce poverty in our province by providing residents with a guaranteed basic income. News outlets across Canada picked up on the story:
- "Group wants governments to consider basic personal income in Nova Scotia." Chronicle Herald - May 16, 2018
- "Local group wants study on implementing guaranteed basic income" Halifax Today - May 15, 2018
- "Organization wants government to perform tests for basic personal income in Nova Scotia" Global News - May 16, 2018
- "Group wants governments to consider basic personal income in N.S." CTV Atlantic - May 16, 2018
- "Group wants governments to consider basic personal income in Nova Scotia" Winnipeg Free Press - May 16, 2018
- "Group wants governments to consider basic personal income in NS" Times Colonist - May 16, 2018
The group was also featured on the Sheldon McLeod 95.7 radio show, and on CBC Mainstreet NS.
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