Researcher looking to speak with Basic Income participants

By Lindsay Advocate

A graduate researcher at the University of Cambridge is looking to interview participants in the Ontario Basic Income Pilot about their experiences in the program.

The goal of this study is to better understand the potential role of basic income programs in achieving gender and other forms of equality.

Participation is open to anyone who has received Basic Income payments within the program across Ontario, and is completely voluntary and will remain anonymous.

If you are willing to participate or have any questions, please email Chloe at .


  1. michael says:

    Basic Income changed my life. Would be honored to share my reality’s and perceptions with our community/comeunity.

  2. Sinclair says:

    I would be very happy to discuss my experiences on the basic income pilot.

    How much are you paying?

  3. Angela says:

    Hi I would be willing to discuss my experiences as well and how the income pilot program helped me in so many ways….

  4. Brandon W says:

    Me and my GF of 10 years got on the OBIP from ODSP and it helped me change my life I feel like I’m living like a normal person and for once in my life I’m not behind on my bills and can eat 2 times a day not like ODSP it was once and some time not even one time a weigh 110p and now I’m 140p I’m 28years old and now I fear that I will not be able to feed my self and my GF God Bless you all I would be happy to explain more

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