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Please register for this free event through Eventbrite.

This event is brought to you through the Community Issues Working Group of the Lanark County Planning Council for Children, Youth and Families.  What started as a discussion about Indigenous Kids in Care in the south has become a larger issue of context.  Please join us for the discussion, and help with any forward actions.

Basic Income: Giving Canadians a Solid Floor to Stand On

 

From our local expert on food security Ramsey Hart, Executive Director, The Table Community Food Centre

Upcoming webinar: Wednesday, September 30, 2015 12-1 p.m. EST

Please see the details below and  click here to register .

On  Wednesday, September 30th  from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. EST  join a webinar that explores basic income as a solution to poverty and food insecurity. In this one hour webinar, we are joined by two esteemed panelists who are leading the charge for basic income. Hugh Segal has been advocating for basic income through his many political posts (including as Conservative senator between 2005 and 2014), as an author, and as an academic. Dr. Andrew Pinto hails from the Centre for Inner City Health at St. Michael’s Hospital and is researching the effects of boosting incomes of low-income and marginalized patients. CFCC’s Chief Operating Officer, Kathryn Scharf, will moderate the conversation, and Food Secure Canada’s Director, Diana Bronson, will speak about how people across Canada can join Eat Think Vote – a national campaign for food security.

This webinar will outline how guaranteeing a basic income for all would greatly reduce the number of Canadians experiencing food insecurity and, more importantly, offer a more dignified social safety net that ensures no one falls below a certain income level.

When: Wednesday September 30, 2015 from 12 to 1 p.m. EST

Where: Your Computer –   Register Here! 

How Much: Free!

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact emily@cfccanada.ca

As with all our webinars, this one will be posted to The Pod Knowledge Exchange  along with a host of downloadable resources a week or so after the event. We’ll send out a notification email once it’s up.