Marie-France Lalonde
Marie-France Lalonde
Member of Parliament for Orléans
Support measures for Canadians

Canada Recovery Benefit, Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit and the Canada Recovery Caregiver Benefit

 

The next steps in the government’s plan to support Canadians through this pandemic includes a seamless transition to EI coupled with the creation of 3 new benefits to ensure that no Canadian worker is left behind.

The CRB provides $500 per week for up to 26 weeks for workers who;

The CRSB provides $500 per week for up to a maximum of two weeks, for workers who:

The CRCB provides $500 per week for up to 26 weeks per household for workers:

 

Our goal during this transition from emergency to recovery is to provide Canadian workers with the certainty and comfort they can count on over the longer term.

 


 

Canada Emergency Businesses Account (CEBA) Expansion


Improving Employment Insurance (EI) program

We made temporary changes to the EI program to better support Canadians looking for work.

As of September 27, you may be eligible for EI if you:

If you are eligible for EI benefits, you will receive a minimum taxable benefit at a rate of $500 per week, or $300 per week for extended parental benefits.

 

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