Eighty-one dollars a month is a modest sum well spent in the form of Manitoba’s Healthy Baby Prenatal Benefit. Strong hints of the social blessings associated with basic income are found here.
$81 a month buys a healthier baby. Lift out of poverty helps women give birth to fewer premature and low-weight babies cbc.ca/news (video 2:07)
image: Kristina Alexanderson
Cost-of-sprawl considerations affecting Winnipeg, Manitoba are considered in this article by an architect living and working there. While the city is experiencing growth it also hosts notable poverty, especially among First Nations people. A progressive and balanced future through internalized growth – in the core and the suburbs – is pretty much a no-brainer for Winnipeg if it wants to remain in reasonable control of its future.
Embracing density. Keeping urban sprawl in check beneficial to everyone
Winnipeg Free Press