Agreement With Canada Employment Insurance Commission

12 (1) If a benefit period has been set for an applicant, the applicant may be paid benefits for each week of unemployment covered by the benefit period, which are related to the maximum levels set in this section. 66.3 The actuary makes actuarial forecasts and estimates for Sections 4, 66 and 69 and submits to the Commission, on August 22 of each year, a report in which the insured person contains an employee or person who has held an insurable job; (insured) 3. If the employer is a prescribed person on the prescribed date, the transfer to the general beneficiary`s account to a financial institution is made in the sense that, according to the definition of the financial institution covered in paragraph 190, paragraph 1, of the Income Tax Act, would be read without reference to paragraphs (d) and (e) of this subsection. 7.54 Despite these efforts, however, the available measures offer a mixed view of the effectiveness of claims claims. Payment speed has improved slightly in some regions over the past two years, but remains below target in most regions. While overall payment accuracy increased from 94.4 per cent in 2001-02 to 95.5 per cent in the previous year, the last HRDC audit showed that a significant percentage of files did not meet all quality targets. 3. The Commission asks the government of each province to enter into subsection agreements (2) or other agreements approved by this party. 7.114 service to Canadians was often significantly below performance targets and chronic in many regions. The temporality and quality of processing of initial and renewal applications vary considerably from region to region. However, other aspects of performance have been positive. In 2002-03, more than 95% of total OV benefits were correct; A 2001 opinion poll showed that a majority of respondents were generally satisfied with the service they received. unemployment benefits that must be paid under Parts I, VII.1 or VIII, but are not employment benefits; (Pre-station) 3.

The applicant must provide the Minister with any information that the Minister may request with respect to the claim. The commission also heard from Marie France Kenny, President of the Federation of Francophone and Acadian Communities of Canada (the Federation), who stated that LMDAs have language provisions to ensure that provincial governments receiving LMDA funding meet their obligations under the Official Languages Act. It provides for the requirement for federal offices to communicate and provide services in French and English if the figures warrant (Part IV of the Act) and provide for positive measures (Part VII of the Act) to ensure that Francophone communities have access to the forms of training they seek and the supports they need to find employment. Under the LMDA, these commitments are entrusted to the provincial and territorial governments that provide training programs and services. [34] 7.106 We found that other information developed for MARs was reported more balancedly than efficacy information. For example, the MAR has repeatedly raised questions about access to the benefits of fishing. The reform has shifted the aid system from a system based on weekly work to one based on wages. Newcomers and newcomers are subject to stricter requirements. Before the reform, the majority of fishermen qualified with only the minimum number of weeks insured.

MARs noted that virtually all applicants for fishing services have more than the minimum required.