‘My fridge is empty, all the time’: Sask. woman responds to government changes to income benefits

Global News | August 10, 2016, Written by Christa Dao

Some people relying on social support programs will need to tighten their purse strings as the province said it’s moving forward with changes to social assistance programs.

According to the province, approximately 1,500 Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability Program (SAID) clients, or 10 per cent of the case load, receiving money from SAID and rental housing assistance will be impacted.

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