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    Should Canadians get a guaranteed minimum income?

    Conservative senator Hugh Segal is giving a speech about ways to eliminate poverty in Canada. He favours the establishment of a guaranteed minimum income for all Canadians. He speaks to Jim Brown to explain how it would work.

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