Caledon Institute of
1992-2017 (The Caledon Institute of Social Policy wound down its day-to-day operations in 2017)
Sherri Torjman (Vice-President)
Michael Mendelson (Senior Scholar)
Michael Prince (Contributing Author)
The Disability Income System in Canada: Options for Reform (1996)
Proposal for a National Personal Supports Fund (2000)
The Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefit (2002)
Canadians Need a Medium-Term Sickness/Disability Income Benefit (2008)
A Basic Income Plan for Canadians with Severe Disabilities (2010)
Disability Policy Highlights (2014)
Additional Research Available From the Caledon Institute of Social Policy
Since 1992, the Caledon Institute of Social Policy has conducted rigorous research and analysis designed to spark discussion among Canadians regarding issues of poverty and public policy. This research also informs pragmatic proposals for the improvement of Canada’s social programs provided by different levels of government, employers, and the voluntary sector.
The Caledon Institute of Social Policy has done extensive work focusing on the programs and income supports available to Canadians with disabilities, and has also produced publications on issues pertaining to social assistance, community capacity-building, taxes and social spending, employment development services and health.