Employment Insurance (EI)
Find information related to the Employment Insurance (EI) program, including legislation and unemployment rates in Canada.
Information about the types of temporary income assistance available for eligible workers. Find out how to apply for EI online and how to submit an online report if you are receiving EI.
Search EI economic regions by postal code, or by municipality or place name. View monthly unemployment rates and maps.
Information about the members, mandate and responsibilities of the Canada Employment Insurance Commission.
Find out how to apply for a Social Insurance Number (SIN), replace your card or update your SIN information.
This program helps compensate eligible workers for unpaid wages, vacation, severance and termination pay when an employer has declared bankruptcy.
Information on programs and services to help Canadians get the education, training and skills they need.
The EI Monitoring and Assessment Report; the Actuarial Report on the EI Premium Rate; the EI Coverage Survey and other EI surveys.
The Employment Insurance Act and the Employment Insurance Regulations.
Canada's Economic Action Plan 2014
With a commitment to return to balanced budgets in 2015, Economic Action Plan 2014 demonstrates the importance of strong public finances to creating jobs, growth, and opportunities for all Canadians.
Registered Education Savings Plans
Do you want to save money for your child's education? Find out if a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is right for you!
Working and aged 60 and over
The Post-Retirement Benefit is a lifetime benefit that can increase your retirement income.
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