To submit a comment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Warning: Descriptive record is in process. These materials may not yet be available for consultation.
Description found in Archives
Place of creation
Scope and content
This is a preliminary record, please consult the linked accessions. Series consists of a numbered group (1 to 269) of papers produced or collected by members of the working party and their staff on various aspects of income maintenance policy at both federal and provincial levels. The papers include the progress reports of the working party, background research reports, political position papers, published articles, etc.
Copyright belongs to the Crown.
Biography / Administrative history
The Working Party on Income Maintenance was one of several groups with research and secretariat responsibilities created to carry out the Federal-Provincial Social Security Review instituted by the federal-provincial conference of welfare ministers in April 1973. The working party's mandate was to collect information for, and to brief, the Deputy Ministers' Continuing Committee on Social Security (the body primarily responsible for the review) on the subject of income support and supplementation. Its membership included one representative from the welfare ministries of each of the ten provinces, chaired by the delegate from the federal Department of National Health and Welfare.
Related control no.
1. 1984-85/547 GAD
- Date modified: