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A picture of sick person to highlight EI sickness benefits extended to 26 weeks.

EI Sickness Benefits Extended to 26 Weeks (Government of Canada benefits and programs)

The government has recently announced that they will be extending EI sickness benefits to 26 weeks. According to the government’s website, this will take effect as of December 18, 2022. Here are some of the details below. EI Sickness Benefits 26 Weeks – Details To get the extended sickness benefits, a person must qualify for

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A picture of someone holding Canadian money to denote how the Government of Canada's fall economic statement will affects many Canadian's pocket books.

Government of Canada’s Fall Economic Statement and Budget – Highlights

On Monday November 30, 2020, I got up and watched the Government of Canada’s fall economic statement. I wanted to see what further relief plans they had for Canadians who are struggling due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The finance minister, Chyrstia Freeland, mentioned a myriad of things they were planning to do with some

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