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Canada – Employment Insurance, April 2012 – Down 28,600 (-5.3%) to 513,700

The number of people receiving regular Employment Insurance (EI) benefits decreased for the third consecutive month in April, down 28,600 (-5.3%) to 513,700.

The number of beneficiaries decreased in nine provinces, with the largest percentage declines occurring in Quebec, Ontario, Alberta and Saskatchewan.

Source: The Daily — Employment Insurance, April 2012.


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