Would you vote Liberal in the next federal election if Justin Trudeau is still the party leader?
  • No 76%, 622 votes
    622 votes 76%
    622 votes – 76% of all votes
  • Yes 18%, 149 votes
    149 votes 18%
    149 votes – 18% of all votes
  • I don’t really care 6%, 52 votes
    52 votes 6%
    52 votes – 6% of all votes
Total Votes: 823
December 10, 2022January 31, 2023
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If you have delayed your EI application (applied beyond the 3 weeks grace period from the day you stopped working), you must still file you online application right away. Sometimes the online application will ask you what is the reason you have delayed your application, you must answer it accordingly. If not, you have to submit an Antedate form once you have completed your application and submit it with your ROE by mail or at your nearest Service Canada centre.

If you have a valid reason for your delay, then processing office will be able to push your claim starting date back to the week after your last day of work. Then you will have to complete the past reports in order to get paid for your retroactive payments.

If you have not been approved for your delayed application, your EI will begin from the week you applied online. In this situation, your EI benefits weeks and amount will decrease because of the delayed weeks that have zero insurable earning and hours.

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