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From CERB to EI – Could leave millions worse off with 482,000 who won’t transfer to anything else

More than 4 million Canadians will be affected when the Canadian Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) winds down on September 27. 2.1 million CERB recipients will be eligible for CERB’s replacement, Canada’s revamped Employment Insurance (EI)—but 781,000 of them won’t be automatically ported to EI. They will have to manually apply and hope for success. Almost … Continue reading

COVD and UBI in Canada – The money should be universal says Jagmeet Singh

That said, NDP leader Jagmeet Singh believes that the new Canada Emergency Student Benefit is unnecessarily “complicated,” and that the original CERB criteria should be scrapped altogether.In a tweet, he explained, “We’re glad the government is turning its focus to helping students, but another complicated system is not what students need.”“Make the CERB universal so … Continue reading

COVID in Canada – The Problem with Income Support (Update)

The die is cast. Canada’s governments can now count, at least temporarily, on four major measures to support the income of people affected by the COVID crisis, namely: 1. The Wage Subsidy amounting to 75% of salary up to a maximum of $ 3,388 per month ($ 847 X 4), offered to employers who maintain … Continue reading

COVID in Canada – The Problem with Income Support

The die is cast. Canada’s governments can now count, at least temporarily, on four major measures to support the income of people affected by the COVID crisis, namely: 1. The Wage Subsidy amounting to 75% of salary up to a maximum of $ 3,388 per month ($ 847 X 4), offered to employers who maintain … Continue reading

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