Social Welfare Policy in Canada: Ontario’s Guaranteed Annual Income System

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Essay #: 064634
Total text length is 8,938 characters (approximately 6.2 pages).

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The beginning:
Social Welfare Policy in Canada: Ontario’s Guaranteed Annual Income System
Part I: Background/history/purpose of GAINS
The year the policy was started
The Guaranteed Annual Income System has been around in Ontario since 1974 (Ontario Ministry of Revenue 2010).
How it’s financed
The Ontario Ministry of Revenue finances the GAINS through tax dollars; those people falling below a specified income level on their tax returns are eligible for the GAINS (Ontario Ministry of Revenue, 2010).
Which level of government administers the policy?
As indicated above, the Ontario government administers the policy – or at least the Ontario Ministry of Revenue administers the policy/program.
Why does the policy or program exist?
Ontario has a minimum income...
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Ontario Ministry of Revenue. (2010a). Guaranteed Annual Income System (GAINS). Retrieved November 25, 2010 from http://www.rev.gov.on.ca/en/bulletins/itrp/6490.html
Ontario Ministry of Revenue. (2010b). Ontario Guaranteed Annual Income System (GAINS). Retrieved November 25, 2010 from http://www.rev.gov.on.ca/en/credit/gains/
Segal, H. (2008). Motion to committee to study Guaranteed Annual Income System. Retrieved November 25, 2010 http://www.hughsegal.ca/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=73%3Amotion-to-authorize-committee-to-study-guaranteed-annual-income-systemdebate-adjourned&catid=14%3A2008&Itemid=24&lang=en
Turner, F.J. & Turner, J. (2008). Canadian Social Welfare. Toronto: Pearson Educational.