Canadians are marching for Universal Basic Income on Oct. 26 as Toronto and cities around the world join forces – and it won’t be just Toronto, as people from former pilot centres Lindsay, Hamilton, Thunder Bay and other areas will also be taking part.
The event will be held in front of the Ontario Legislative Building at Queen’s Park, from where participants will march and hear from champions of a universal basic income in Canada.
“Come show your support for a growing international movement that is demanding basic income as a necessary part of our future economy,” says the group’s website.
If you wish to take part and live in Kawartha Lakes or Hamilton, contact Tracey@basicincomemarchtoronto.ca or text or call 6478896900 between 10 am and 5 pm.
In your message please include your name and phone number and if you were on the Ontario Basic Income Pilot or are simply a supporter.
Confirmed world cities that will be joining the Toronto march:
Salt Lake City