And about two-thirds of Canadians don't think governments are doing enough about poverty.
HuffPost Canada's No Strings Attached project is following Thunder Bay's Sherry Mendowegan, Lindsay's Segura family and Hamilton's
The pilot program was changing my life. Until the PC government called it off.
The evidence is mounting that unconditional cash payments could unleash a new wave of business innovation.
The pilot project was supposed to last three years.
The province planned to give cheques to 4,000 people for three years, with no strings attached.
"We're hardworking people. We live and die by that."
A charity founded by Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes will pay for the experiment.
The pilot project is already creating a huge impact.
Savings to health care costs alone could offset nearly half the bill.
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