Public Meeting on the Basic Income Project Lawsuit with Stephen Moreau and Kaley Duff at the Brantford District Labour Centre on December 5, 2019

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27 November 2019
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Stephen Moreau and Kaley Duff, who lead a class action lawsuit against the Ontario government over the early cancellation of a pilot basic income project, will be at the Brantford District Labour Centre on December 5 to discuss the early cancellation of a pilot basic income project.  This will provide people in Brantford-Brant with an opportunity to learn more about the class action and how it might impact them. Launched by the former Liberal government in April 2017, this project sought to provide a guaranteed annual income to participants in Hamilton, including Brantford and Brant County, and sought to determine if providing a guaranteed annual income would help life people out of poverty and off social assistance.

More information about the discussion and can be found here and here.

For more information about the Class Action, please visit www.cavalluzzo.com/basicincomeclassaction.

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