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Employment Insurance in Canada – Hamilton hit hardest by new rules

Of all the unemployed in Hamilton, just 21.6 per cent of them are receiving employment insurance (EI) benefits, according to a new report that shows Hamilton has been the hardest hit city when it comes to tighter rules to access EI benefits. Capture d’écran 2014-08-27 à 08.47.23

The numbers, published by Press Progress, an arm of the progressive think-tank, Broadbent Institute, also show that Canada has hit a new low in terms of access to EI benefits at 36.6 per cent.

Stricter rules, introduced by the Liberals 1998 and reinforced by the Conservatives more recently lead the charge. So too does precarious employment, and an EI system linked to unemployment in census management areas (CMAs).

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at  Hamilton hit hardest in Canada by tighter EI rules – Latest Hamilton news – CBC Hamilton.

 

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