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responsible for Employment and Income Assistance before Jobs and the Economy.] Anti-poverty initiatives to help Manitobans help themselves (November 26/07) New Child Benefit, Lower-cost Child Care, Stronger Work Incentives, And Skills Package in 10-point Reconstruction of Income Supports (April 10, 2007)Legislation Saskatchewan Assistance Act - Saskatchewan Assistance Regulations - Employment Supplement Regulations - Benefit Adjustment Regulations - Transitional Employment Allowance Regulations - Rental Housing Supplement Regulations - Disability Housing Supplement Regulations - Saskatchewan Assistance Plan Supplementary Health Benefits Regulations Source: Queen's Printer (ALL statutes and regs)Welfare statistics See Social Assistance caseload/beneficiary statistics and expenditure information, 1997 to 2014 (further down on the page you're reading presently) No Saskatchewan Assistance Program statistics are available on the Social Services website - See Number of People on Welfare, March 1995 to March 2005 (PDF file - 133K, 1 page) Source: National Council of Welfare* Ministry of Social Services Annual Report for 2012-2013 (PDF) * Final Recommendations of the Task Team on Income Support for People with Disabilities (PDF - 217K, 18 pages) - May 13, 2009 * Appendices to the Final Recommendations report (PDF - 815K, 133 pages) * Seniors Income Plan * Family Health Benefits * Current Issues Surrounding Poverty and Welfare Programming in Canada : Two Reviews (PDF file - 371K, 43 pages) - June 2004 - comparison of welfare reforms in Saskatchewan, Canada, the U. and Britain Legislation Income and Employment Supports Act - Child and Adult Support Services Regulation - Disability-Related Employment Supports and Services Regulation - Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation Alberta Works Policy Manual On this page, you'll find links to: - Income and Employment Supports Act and Regulation - Employment and Training Programs (Programs and Services, Accountability, Employment Insurance Initiatives, News and Updates) - Child Support Services (Child Support Services Policy, News and Updates) - H Alberta Income Support Caseload - monthly welfare statistics Source: Alberta Office of Statistics Number of People on Welfare, March 1995 to March 2005 (PDF file - 133K, 1 page) Source: National Council of Welfare See Schedule 1 (Core Income Support Payments) and Schedule 2 (Continuous Supplementary Benefits) at the end of the Income Supports, Health and Training Benefits Regulation Historical: see Alberta Supports Low-Income Families Through the National Child Benefit (July 30, 2001) - includes a detailed backgrounder with rate calculation information* Province provides more help to Albertans in need (Oct.
22/08) * Government increases AISH rates and supports employment (Jan.
Social Assistance Statistical Report: 2008 July 2011 Produced by the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Directors of Income Support This report includes a description of, and statistics related to, the welfare system in each province and territory, information about federal-provincial-territorial jurisdictional and funding issues, a bit of historical info on the Canada Assistance Plan and the Canada Health and Social Transfer, etc.
Welfare statistics See Social Assistance caseload/beneficiary statistics and expenditure information, 1997 to 2014 (further down on the page you're reading presently) --- Income Support Caseload Statistics Income Support Benefits (individuals/families), 1992 to 2015 (PDF) Historical Statistics of Newfoundland and Labrador (PDF - 1.1MB, 13 pages) - October 1970 - incl.
1/08) from The Toronto Star * Report of the Provincial-Municipal Fiscal and Service Delivery Review - Facing the Future Together (PDF - 1.6MB, 64 pages) Fall 2008 * Ontario's Poverty Reduction Strategy - home page * Ontario Poverty Reduction Strategy - from the 2008 Ontario Budget (March 25, 2008) * Poverty Watch Ontario - "To monitor and inform on cross-Ontario activity on the poverty reduction agenda" * Ontario Child Benefit - from the Ministry of Children and Youth Services * Review of Employment Assistance Programs in Ontario Works & Ontario Disability Support Program (PDF file - 167K, 48 pages) December 2004 - By Deb Matthews, M. P.- Go to the Guide to Welfare in Ontario page: guide to government information on how welfare works in Ontario, including information about responsibilities for the delivery and payment of welfare and other programs in Ontario Welfare statistics See Social Assistance caseload/beneficiary statistics and expenditure information, 1997 to 2014 (further down on the page you're reading presently) Go to the latest Departmental.
annual report - welfare stats are under "Employment and Income Assistance Division" See also: Number of People on Welfare, March 1995 to March 2005 (PDF file - 133K, 1 page) Source: National Council of Welfare Welfare rates (benefits) Click the welfare program link above, then select a client category (single parents, persons with a disability or general assistance category) to access an EIA brochure that includes benefit levels for that category.
For more info, see "Comparing welfare rates for families in different provinces" (near the bottom of this yellow text box)Canada Child Tax Benefit (CCTB) Guideline Table effective July 2014 - June 2015 (based on 2013 tax year) This table shows the amount of the Canada Child Tax Benefit that's payable from July 2014 to June 2015 to a household with one, two, three, four and five children with family income ranging from ,584 to 0,000.
website; instead, the income support rates page refers to a Family and Individual Benefit (to assist with expenses such as food, clothing, personal care, household maintenance and utilities) and a Shelter benefit Related Links * Department of Advanced Education and Skills Annual Report 2011 - 2012 (PDF - 1.3MB, 52 pages) * Poverty Reduction Strategy * Programs and Services for Individuals and Families Guidebook * * Poverty Reduction Strategies in Quebec and in Newfoundland and Labrador (Oct/07) (from Parliamentary Research Library) * 2005-06 Annual Report - Dept.
of Human Resources, Labour & Employment (PDF - 1.3MB, 35 pages) * More Advanced Education and Skills Publications Welfare statistics See Social Assistance caseload/beneficiary statistics and expenditure information, 1997 to 2014 (further down on the page you're reading presently) Community Services and Seniors Annual Report for the Fiscal Year April 2011 to March 2012 (PDF - 3.9MB, 31 pages) ===Related Links * Preventing and Reducing Poverty in PEI - A strategy for engagement - July 2011 * 2007-2008 Social Services and Seniors Annual Report (PDF - 967K, 37 pages) Published May 12, 2009 [ earlier annual reports and other departmental publications ]Dept of Community Services Statement of Mandate 2012-2013 (PDF - 620K, 16 pages) --- Dept of Community Services Annual Accountability Report Fiscal Year 2011-2012 (PDF - 1.4MB, 26 pages) --- Dept of Community Services Statement of Mandate 2011-2012 (PDF - 312K, 18 pages) * The Cost of Poverty in Nova Scotia (PDF - 760K, 12 pages) October 2010 (Source: CCPA Nova Scotia Office ) * Fast Facts: The Cost of Poverty in Nova Scotia (PDF - 400K, 2 pages) October 2010 (also from CCPA) * Nova Scotia Poverty Reduction Strategy - April 2009 * Nova Scotias Poverty Reduction Strategy: Preventing Poverty, Promoting Prosperity (PDF - 1.4MB, 45 pages) - April 2009 * Report of the Nova Scotia Poverty Reduction Working Group (PDF - 129K, 41 pages) - June 26, 2008 * Government Seeks Public Input on Poverty Strategy - March 5, 2008 * Poverty Backgrounder (2008) - Research and statistics about poverty in Nova Scotia * (PDF - 229K, 40 pages) Reporting of outcomes against Community Services business plan information for the fiscal year 2007-2008.
The federal Canada Child Tax Benefit is now integrated with income support (welfare) for families with children in a number of Canadian jurisdictions - but not all.
This means that any interprovincial comparison of welfare rates for families must, for the sake of comparability, include the basic welfare benefit for the household AND the total of any federal/provincial/territorial child benefits that the family receives on behalf of each child.