Quebec makes disability program more like basic income

See original post here. MONTREAL — For the first time in many years, Monique Toutant thinks she might be able to buy herself some better groceries and a few new clothes. As a longtime social assistance recipient, the 62-year-old Quebec City resident is used to pinching pennies, buying the strict minimum at the grocery store and saving for months for every purchase. She calls it “everyday stress.” “Will I have

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