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2011 Welfare Incomes by province/territory Anne Tweddle, Ken Battle and Sherri Torjman The 2011 edition of Welfare Incomes consisted mainly of an update to the numbers from the previous (2009) edition.
Welfare Incomes, 2009 (PDF - 6MB, 117 pages) was the last complete report on welfare incomes released by the National Council of Welfare.
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.
Source: Canada Child Tax Benefit [ Child and Family Benefits - includes links to : * Canada Child Tax Benefit * Universal Child Care Benefit * GST/HST credit * Working Income Tax Benefit * Provincial and territorial programs * Children's special allowances ]Provincial and territorial child benefit and credit programs (July 2014 to June 2015) that are related to the Canada Child Tax Benefit: * Alberta Family Employment Tax Credit * BC Family Bonus and BC low income climate action tax credit * New Brunswick Child Tax Benefit * Nova Scotia Child Benefit * Newfoundland and Labrador Child Benefit (and Mother Baby Nutrition Supplement) * Northwest Territories Child Benefit * Nunavut Child Benefit * Ontario Child Benefit * Saskatchewan low-income tax credit (SLITC) * Yukon Child Benefit [NOTE: Residents of Québec must apply to the Régie des rentes for the child assistance payment.]Comparing welfare rates for families in different provinces? Because Canadian jurisdictions have adopted different approaches in their treatment of the CCTB and provincial-territorial child benefits for welfare rate calculations, it's becoming exceptionally difficult to compare welfare rates across provinces and territories for families with children.
social assistance stats from 1951-1969 (under "Health and Welfare") Number of People on Welfare, March 1995 to March 2005 (PDF file - 133K, 1 page) Sources: * Newfoundland and Labrador Statistics Agency * NL Community Accounts * Department of Advanced Education and Skills * National Council of Welfare shelter See Regulations section 13 foll.
(from Status of Women Canada)Welfare statistics See Social Assistance caseload/beneficiary statistics and expenditure information, 1997 to 2014 (further down on the page you're reading presently) Ontario Disability Support Program Statistical Report Ontario Works Statistical Report See also: Number of People on Welfare, March 1995 to March 2005 (PDF file - 133K, 1 page) Source: National Council of Welfare* Ontario Trillium Benefit (Eff.
19/08) * Still Left behind : A Comparison of Living Costs and Income Assistance in British Columbia (PDF - February 2008, from the Social Planning and Research Council)Welfare statistics See Social Assistance caseload/beneficiary statistics and expenditure information, 1997 to 2014 (further down on the page you're reading presently) Bureau of Statistics (no welfare stats) See also: Number of People on Welfare, March 1995 to March 2005 (PDF file - 133K, 1 page) Source: National Council of Welfare Related Links Income Security Reforms --- Community Voices - April 2006 (PDF - 930.81 K) --- Breaking Down the Barriers - July 2007 (PDF - 1.26 MB) --- News Release - Income Security Reform - August 2007 (PDF - 18.88 K) --- Backgrounder Income Security Changes - August 2007 (PDF - 54.4 K) --- Backgrounder Income Assistance Changes - August 2007 (PDF - 224.89 K) --- Income Security Review Changes 2007-2008 - Q&A - August 2007(PDF - 69.31 K)Legislation Social Assistance Act (PDF) - Nunavut Social Assistance Regulations NOTE: Use the Nunavut Dept of Justice legislation search engine to find the latest version of the Social Assistance Act and Regulations.
Welfare statistics See Social Assistance caseload/beneficiary statistics and exp See: Number of People on Welfare, March 1995 to March 2005 (PDF file - 133K, 1 page) Source: National Council of Welfare Welfare in Canada 2014 November 2015 By Anne Tweddle, Ken Battle and Sherri Torjman This report focuses on the incomes of four different households living on social assistance, commonly known as welfare for the full 2014 calendar year.
For more information on the demise of the Council and its website AND its website archive, go to the National Council of Welfare Links page: its launch in the summer of 1998, the federal-provincial-territorial National Child Benefit (NCB) initiative has imposed a change in the way welfare rates for families with children can be compared across Canadian jurisdictions.
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.