Posts tagged with: unemployment

Can I travel within or outside Canada while on EI? Yes you can! Unlike many rumors out there that says you are not allowed to go on vacation, you are permitted to do so as long as you declare in...
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Due to Canada Day holiday on Friday, July 1st, 2022, all EI claimants (regular or special) may experience a delay of one or two business days in receiving their Employment Insurance direct deposit. Service Canada Employment Insurance office will be...
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Latest EI claim processing timeframe *NEW Follow-up the status of your EI claim (a.k.a Callback) A callback request is sent by call centre agent when EI claimant tries to follow-up the status of their delayed EI claim. You must allow up...
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The sale of your personal property does not consider as income, therefore you do not need to report it in your EI report....
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EI weekly benefits estimation EI maximum insurable earnings is $51,700 since January 1st, 2018. This means any earning above will be cap at the maximum weekly benefit of $547. Remember, your EI benefits are taxable, you will receive T4E for...
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Most people have wondered how long should they be working to qualify for Employment Insurance program. The answer is not about how long, but how many insurable hours have one accumulated in the past 52 weeks from their last day...
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Due to national Labour Day holiday on Monday September 3rd 2018, all EI claimants (regular or special) may experience a delay of one or two business days in receiving their Employment Insurance cheques or direct deposit. Payment will be received...
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If you have lost your job due to the wild fires, you must apply to EI right away even without your employer issuing a ROE. Service Canada can create a temporary ROE if EI application is able to provide sufficient...
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Due to provincial Civic Day holiday on Monday August 6th, 2018, all EI claimants (regular or special) from province of AB, BC, SK, ON, NB and Nunavut may experience a delay of one or two business days in receiving their Employment Insurance cheques or direct deposit....
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If you have missed or unable to attend your Claimant Information Session, you must make sure to call the Service Canada Integrity unit’s telephone number in the letter you have received. If not, you EI claim will be suspended until...
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Receiving EI while vacationing inside or outside of Canada Generally speaking, you are not eligible to receive regular benefits while you are away from Canada or your area of residence. However, under special situations, you may still receive regular EI...
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