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Basic Income Nova Scotia Miniconference coming April 27
On Saturday, April 27, the Third Annual Basic Income Nova Scotia Miniconference will take place from 9:30 am – 4:00 pm at the Paul O’Regan Hall in the Halifax Central Library. The event will address issues around a Basic Income Guarantee as a strategy to end poverty and boost the economy. The focus will be on evaluating the evidence for a Basic Income with the intent of future implementation in Nova Scotia.
Presented by the Faculty of Health, the miniconference is a full-day event featuring renowned speakers, including: Wanda Thomas Bernard, Evelyn Forget, Catherine Mah, Kourtney Koebel, Vince Calderhead, and others.
The miniconference is free and open to the public. In the spirit of anti-poverty work, there will be free coffee and tea throughout the day, as well as a free snack and lunch.
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