Eligibility

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Public Retirement Programs in the OECD – The age of eligibility

As documented in the study Canada’s Aging Population and Implications for Government Finances and elsewhere, Canada’s federal and provincial governments will experience financial pressures from increases in spending on such pro- grams as health care and income support for seniors. Canada is not unique in dealing with an aging population. The Organization for Economic Cooperation … Continue reading

Employment Insurance (EI) in Canada –  The rate of eligibility was 85.8% in 2013, up from 81.9% StatCana finds

The rate of eligibility for receiving regular Employment Insurance (EI) benefits in 2013 was 85.8%, up from 81.9% in 2012. To be eligible to receive regular benefits, unemployed individuals must have contributed to the EI program, met the criteria for job separation and accumulated enough insurable hours (see note to readers). Increases in eligibility rates for regular EI benefits from 2012 to 2013 were … Continue reading

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