Talk:Social programs in Canada

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Low-Income Support[edit]

Buenos-Ding-Dong-Didily Dias:

Under this section, it might be useful to put up a chart of how much single individuals can expect to receive and how much for a family. From what I understand, the maximum for single individuals in Alberta is about 600 dollars a month. This might not help government propaganda about the attractiveness of "social programs" in Canada, but it would be a realistic depiction, which seems appropriate for an encyclopedia.

I can't find any chart for amounts in Canada. The closest thing I could find is this article from 2012 about increases: http://www.aacl.org/news/2012/02/09/news-item/low-income-albertans-and-disability-workers-get-boost-in-2012-budget/ Perhaps there's a reason governments don't want people to know how much they'll get...

Saludos!

70.72.45.131 (talk) 22:20, 15 January 2015 (UTC)

Hi 70.72.45.131, Thanks for posting. Unfortunately we cannot add unreferenced material to this article. If you ever come across such source you could add it yourself. Thanks again for helping. Ottawahitech (talk) 20:38, 27 September 2016 (UTC)please ping me