Gregory Mason is an associate professor of economics at the University of Manitoba. He has a special interest in antipoverty policy, the basic income and health economics, specifically the intangible costs of disease and injury.

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Implementing a basic income will be complex

The drumbeat for a basic income continues. Canada’s business sector has recently promoted the idea, and reaction to the cancellation of the Ontario Basic Income Pilot Project has been almost uniformly negative, with a few …

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