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  1. Canada Pension Plan - Children's BenefitsProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    Provides monthly payments to the dependent children of disabled or deceased Canada Pension Plan (CPP) contributors.There are two types of CPP children's benefits: A disabled contributor's child benefit: A monthly payment for a child of the person receiving a...
  2. Champs ProgramProvided by: ALS Society of Prince Edward Island - AKA: ALS Society of PEI; ALS PEI
    Families living with ALS can apply for one of six $500.00 bursaries awarded per year to help their children or youth register for extracurricular activities such as: Camps Educational programs Sports Others
  3. Child BursaryProvided by: Miltonvale Park, Rural Municipality of - AKA: Rural Municipality of Miltonvale Park
    One subsidy of up to $75 per year, per child available to help offset the cost of a child's participation in a sporting activities, camps, or lessons.
  4. Employment Insurance - Caregiving BenefitsProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    Provides Caregiving Benefits through Employment Insurance. Eligible caregivers could receive financial assistance of up to 55% of their earnings, to a maximum of $547 a week. These benefits will help them take time away from work to provide care or support to ...
  5. Employment Insurance - Caregiving BenefitsProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    Provides Caregiving Benefits through Employment Insurance. Eligible caregivers could receive financial assistance of up to 55% of their earnings, to a maximum of $547 a week. These benefits will help them take time away from work to provide care or support to ...
  6. Employment Insurance - Caregiving BenefitsProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    Provides Caregiving Benefits through Employment Insurance. Eligible caregivers could receive financial assistance of up to 55% of their earnings, to a maximum of $547 a week. These benefits will help them take time away from work to provide care or support to ...
  7. Employment Insurance - Caregiving BenefitsProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    Provides Caregiving Benefits through Employment Insurance. Eligible caregivers could receive financial assistance of up to 55% of their earnings, to a maximum of $547 a week. These benefits will help them take time away from work to provide care or support to ...
  8. Employment Insurance - Caregiving BenefitsProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    Provides Caregiving Benefits through Employment Insurance. Eligible caregivers could receive financial assistance of up to 55% of their earnings, to a maximum of $547 a week. These benefits will help them take time away from work to provide care or support to ...
  9. Employment Insurance - Caregiving BenefitsProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    Provides Caregiving Benefits through Employment Insurance. Eligible caregivers could receive financial assistance of up to 55% of their earnings, to a maximum of $547 a week. These benefits will help them take time away from work to provide care or support to ...
  10. Employment Insurance - Maternity and Parental BenefitsProvided by: Government of Canada - Service Canada - AKA: Employment and Social Development Canada; Human Resources and Skills Development
    EI maternity benefits are offered to biological mothers, including surrogate mothers, who cannot work because they are pregnant or have recently given birth. A maximum of 15 weeks of EI maternity benefits is available. Benefits can be paid as early as 12 weeks...