People with disabilities in B.C. given a choice: buy food or take the bus| March 3, 2016
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In the recent B.C. budget, people with disabilities were given a rate increase of $77 a month. At the same time, the government increased the cost of a monthly bus pass from $3.75 to $52. Minister of Finance Michael de Jong says this gives people with disabilities a choice of how to spend their money. Faith Bodnar is executive director of Inclusion B.C. She speaks with Redeye host Lorraine Chisholm.
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