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Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) - Opens Again Nov 1, 2021

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As a Canadian employer who has seen a drop in revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for a subsidy to cover part of your employee wages. This subsidy will enable you to re-hire workers, help prevent further job losses, and ease your business back into normal operations.

Jobs and Growth Fund (Government of Canada) – Continuous intake – projects must be completed by March 31, 2024

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New EI Information

Until September 24, 2022 - Temporary

You only need to have accumulated 420 hours of insurable employment during your qualifying period to qualify for EI benefits.

If you were assessed a violation, you may need more insurable hours to qualify for benefits. The required amount rises based on the number and seriousness of misrepresentations that have been recorded in the 5-year period before the start of your claim.

After September 24, 2022

You will need between 420 and 700 hours of insurable employment based on the unemployment rate in your area during the qualifying period to qualify for regular benefits:

Once you have determined the unemployment rate in your area, see the table below for the number of hours required.

Look up EI Economic Region by Postal Code to find out the unemployment rate in your region and the number of hours to qualify for regular benefits.

If you received a notice of violation regarding prior EI benefit periods, the number of insurable hours required to qualify is increased.

The number of hours is shown in the following table:



Below are some common links that people can use:

Government of Canada CRA loginClick Here

Peace River Outreach SiteClick Here

Applying for Benefits OnlineClick Here

EI Regular Benefits OverviewClick Here

Alberta Income SupportClick Here