The City of Thunder Bay has been chosen to take part in a provincial pilot project to assess whether a basic income can better support vulnerable workers and improve health and education outcomes for people on low incomes. (See our 'related story': http://www.chroniclejournal.com/news/thunder-bay-chosen-for-basic-income-pilot-project/article_5c4fe552-290a-11e7-90b0-6f4e8d918752.html)
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