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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Working While on Claim applies to EI claimants in one of the following types of EI benefits:

How is the earning deduction calculated?

If you earn money while receiving EI benefits, you can keep 50 cents of your benefits for every dollar you earn, up to 90 percent of your previous weekly earnings (roughly four and a half days of work). Above this cap, your EI benefits are deducted dollar-for-dollar.

You are not eligible to receive EI benefits if you work a full week, regardless of the amount you earn. However, this will not reduce the total number of weeks payable on your claim.

How is my earning deducted from EI?

How do I file my EI report when I’m earning work income?

While you have wage earning while on EI, you must report it in your EI bi-weekly report. Please ensure to say “yes” to Have you worked in the past weeks’ question. Further into the following page, it will ask you if the job you are working is a full-time job. What it tries to ask here is if the job is a permanent job. Make sure to say no to this question. If you say yes, the EI system will shut your claim down thinking you have found a full-time permanent position. Later, it will ask for the employer’s telephone number, your gross weekly earnings, and hours worked.

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