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No, but i do think after 5 months and nothing has changed they should be released. We need to see people actually trying to make a difference and not sit on their butts and collect our tax's. 4 years ago from a Liberal in Ottawa
Yes and I am a supporter of Workfare. No one gets anything for nothing unless they are severely disabled. I think we could far better look after those who can't look after themselves if we weren't paying for those who WON'T look after themselves. 4 years ago from a Liberal in Calgary
No this is a waste of time and money and social assistance programs should come with restrictions and time limits such as EI. 4 years ago from a Liberal in Burlington
No, but they should be put to work, always stuff do be done. 4 years ago from a Liberal in London
Yes, but have mandatory rehab for those who test positive. If they don't participate in treatment, then they lose their welfare benefits. 4 years ago from a Liberal in London
For anyone new getting welfare it should be announced this will happen before people think they can keep having kids to get a pay cheque.. For existing welfare recipients, it should be given a chance to sobor up if not they will have to go on a drug... 4 years ago from a Liberal in Halifax
I think weflare asistance should be monitored or even put on cards so that it's harder to buy drugs or alcohol. 4 years ago from a Liberal in Prince Albert
Yes test anyone receiving money from the government including employees and politicians and immediately terminate benefits for anyone testing positive. 4 years ago from a Liberal in Red Deer
Yes, the cost of random drug testing should be offset by funding denied to those testing positive. 4 years ago from a Liberal in Saskatoon