Taux de chômage mensuel désaisonnalisé par région économique de l'assurance-emploi

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Soumis par Wendy Urbanowicz le jeu 16/02/2017 - 18:09

wondering if I will have extended weeks of EI , because of the pilot project in my area. I have phoned and talked to a local office, but still do not know the answer.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le jeu 16/02/2017 - 19:00

Hi Wendy,

Please note that this comment system is meant to address issues around the datasets and information posted on the open.canada.ca site. I recommend you contact Employment and Social Development Canada.

Their contact information can be found here: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/servic…

Thank you and I hope this helps.
Momin, Open Government team.

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Soumis par Immo le ven 14/04/2017 - 22:27

Hello,
I would like to know the population in each of the EI regions. Is there a way of obtaining this information? I have seen that Cansim produces estimates of population based on the Standard Geographical Classification (SGC), but the SGC does not seem to correspond to the regional codes used for the EI regions.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le mer 03/05/2017 - 14:05

Hi,

After consulting with our colleagues at ESDC, the program area has provided the data as requested; it’s just not in open data format. In order to publish the data, we would need to go through all of our approval process which may take up to six weeks. Please email NC-OPEN_GOVERNMENT-GOUVERNEMENT_OUVERT-GD@hrsdc-rhdcc.gc.ca and they will be able to send you a file via email.

Thank you,
Momin, the Open Government team.
Merci!

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Soumis par Tom Cox le dim 07/01/2018 - 21:46

Why is the medical benefits only 15 weeks. I need a hip replacement and have waited 5 months and have not seen a hip Dr. yet. My family DR. says the government changed the waiting period for people over 65 to 8 months to see the Dr. and 2 years to have a replacement done... This utterly unbelievable.
Sincerely
Tom Cox

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Soumis par Whitney Roang le mar 15/01/2019 - 15:37

Can you tell me why, as a Canadian citizen, born and bred, I cannot afford to get the heart medicine that I require. Trillium, which I have signed up for is no help. I do not qualify for any disability because I am not in a wheelchair in a facility. I and my family want the same tax breaks and finances as a landed immigrant. I live in the Northwest part of Ontario, but there are no breaks for us because we can work to make our living. I am writing this here because I do not know where else I can go to get any answers and in all honesty, I can't see me getting a honest one in this forum. So, have a wonderful day, and I hope to get an answer on this.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le mar 15/01/2019 - 17:01

Hi Whitney,

I am sorry for your situation. This comment system leads to the team responsible for accountability and transparency work in the federal public service. We host datasets on many things, including EI and health benefits, but we do not deal with these services directly.

The best advice I can give you is that you contact Trillium directly and voice your concerns to them.

Unfortunately I cannot do much more than this.

Best regards,

Molly

Open Government

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