Halsbury's Laws of Canada – Social Assistance (2023 Reissue)
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Employment insurance ("EI") and income assistance are two of the pillars of Canada's social safety net. Persons engaged in insurable employment can obtain EI benefits for a limited time if they become unemployed and meet all other eligibility requirements. They may also obtain income assistance once their eligibility for EI has expired, as may those who were not eligible for EI in the first place.
This title provides a succinct overview of the general principles that apply to the federal employment insurance regime, and the unique income assistance programs that exist in each province and territory. This title refers to all of the pertinent legislation and case law in Canada regarding offences, appeals and eligibility for unemployment benefits, disability benefits, and employment and income support. Topics covered in this essential reference include:
- Insurable employment
- Unemployment benefits
- Employment benefits and National Employment Service
- Premiums and insurable earnings
- Rulings, reconsiderations and appeals
- Social insurance number
- Self-employed persons
- Income, employment and disability support
- Social services
- Persons with disabilities
Table of contents
I. Employment Insurance
II. Income, Employment and Disability Support