Gov’t Eyes Cash For Surveys

Statistics Canada for the first time in its 99-year history is proposing to pay people to fill out surveys. The agency said it’s considering use of incentives like cheques or debit cards, typically worth $20 to $100 according to practices by other national statistics bureaus: “People will think if they do a government survey they should get paid for it”.

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