Ford government ditched basic income pilot project before any data landed, researcher says

Ontario's social services minister said the decision to scrap the program was made after ministry officials said it was failing to help people become "independent contributors to the economy." But a member of the project's research team said they'd yet to receive a single piece of data.

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