Sécurité de la vieillesse (SV) - Tableau des montants des prestations en fonction de l'état matrimonial et du niveau de revenu

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Soumis par Antoine Genest-Grégoire le ven 15/04/2016 - 15:13

Les données ne sont pas bien délimitées. L'emploi de virgules dans les nombres de certaines colonnes sans l'ajout de guillemets rend la séparation par virgules inefficace. Par exemple : l'emploi de l'expression 1,300.22 plutôt que "1,300.22" fait que ce nombre ce retrouve séparé en deux cases lorsque le fichier est lu par Excel ou un autre programme. Il faudrait que toutes les informations soient placées entre guillemets ou qu'un autre séparateur que la virgule soit employé (le point-virgule par exemple).

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Soumis par open-ouvert le jeu 12/05/2016 - 15:32

Bonjour monsieur Genest-Grégoire,

Vous avez complètement raison, l’emploi de virgule sans les guillemets devrait rendre la séparation par virgules inefficaces. Toutefois, nous n’avons pas été capables de recréer votre problème. En effet, avec MS Excel, les cases apparaissent tel que souhaité alors que dans un logiciel tel que Wordpad, les guillemets étaient bien présents.

Merci et bonne journée.

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Soumis par L. T. Gagné le sam 28/05/2016 - 14:10

Bonjour,
Je ne suis plus capable de trouver sur internet pour les mois de avril, mai et juin 2016, le document qui avait comme nom "Tableau des montants des prestations en fonction de l’état matrimonial du niveau de revenu Pension de la Sécurité de la vieillesse Supplément de revenu garanti (SRG) Allocation au survivant". Ce document était en PDF. Tout ce que je retrouve est un document en Excel plein de chiffres, de virgules et de guillemets tous collés les uns sur les autres.
Ou est passé le beau document en PDF d'avant qui nous donnait toutes les classes de pensionnés en un seul document ?
Je ne vois pas où réside l'amélioration dans ce nouveau document à comparer avec les Tableaux des mois et années précédentes.
Merci !

En réponse à par L. T. Gagné

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Soumis par open-ouvert le lun 30/05/2016 - 14:07

Bonjour L.T.,
Nous vous remercions pour votre commentaire. Nous avons envoyé votre question au fournisseur de données. Nous vous répondrons dès que possible.

Merci,
L'équipe du gouvernement ouvert

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Soumis par Thérèse Bérubé le ven 03/06/2016 - 04:54

Je suis du même avis que M. ou Mme L.T. Gagné, je suis allé visité votre tableau et ce n'est vraiment pas évident. Merci de prendre le temps de répondre aux commentaires

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Soumis par open-ouvert le ven 29/07/2016 - 18:57

Lou,
These datasets are bilingual. Is there something specific you're trying to do that we could ask the data holder to assist you with?
Karin - the open-ouvert team

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Soumis par Lisa le sam 20/08/2016 - 00:19

What was wrong with the 'old' format? Newer is not necessarily better, if you choose a download version instead of providing the rates based on income amounts as you did in the past on this site, you present a whole new set of challenges, for the generations most likely not to be able to navigate the process.
We face constant changes in everything else we deal with everyday. I think a subject as important as our income should not be a test of our computer literacy. I give you a '1' for poor common sense, join the rest of the crowd. whose attitude is, 'they will figure it out'. How useful is that?

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Soumis par Odette le dim 18/09/2016 - 23:48

Seriously, what a bunch of gibberish. Bureaucracy at it's very worse. Please, above all, do not make this easy
or navigable by ordinary people. At least the last information was understandable. I am angry that this website seems to be set up to confuse, frustrate and not provide people with the information they are trying to understand!.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le lun 19/09/2016 - 14:58

Hi Odette,
We hear what you're saying, and would like to help you in your search for more information.

To best direct your enquiry, please email us at open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca and we will address your questions/ concerns promptly.

Thank you,
Tasha, the Open Government Team

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Soumis par Prabhakar Rao le mar 20/09/2016 - 01:36

A simple tables would have helped all of us to understand the system that you are using.
Your data does not present a clear picture as to what the Government wants us to get as payment.
These presentations are presented to us by HUMANS that are employed by us. They have been there working for us over the years and have done a better job and now has hired experts to confuse us. We want people who can project to us in an easy manner so EVERYONE will understand what you want to tell us.

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Soumis par Jenafor Tanner le sam 24/09/2016 - 23:19

The old format was comprehensive, easy to navigate and understand and didn't require one to have an outside computer program such as Word. This is confusing, frustrating and all but useless. Some seniors with limited computer savy would be absolutely lost. As it stands I'll be wasting time and taxpayer money by tying up an agent on the phone to provide the simple answers I seek.

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Soumis par medolina le mar 27/09/2016 - 15:38

All I wanted to see is how much I can expect my pension payments to be in year 2020. I have been fiddling around your website for 30 minutes. I keep coming back to same pages that give me no answers at all! How do I know what my QPP contribution was and what was transferred to CPP because I don't reside in Quebec any longer? They told me to contact you

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Soumis par open-ouvert le mar 27/09/2016 - 19:34

Hi Medolina,

You will want to access your MyServiceCanada account at: http://www.esdc.gc.ca/en/msca/about.page? to get a CPP statement of contributions.

If you do not wish to do this online, you can request a CPP statement of contributions by mail:

Contributor Client Services
Canada Pension Plan
Service Canada
PO Box 818 Station Main
Winnipeg MB R3C 2N4

You can then use the Canadian Retirement Income Calculator at http://www.esdc.gc.ca/en/cpp/cric.page.

Thanks and I hope this is helpful. Should you have any other questions, you can email us at open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca.

-Tasha, the Open Government Team

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Soumis par H F. Goudreau le jeu 06/10/2016 - 15:17

Vous avez des plaintes concernant le tableau en format Excell, pourquoi ne pas le fournir en PDF comme
par le passé en attendant la réponse de votre fournisseur.
Merci

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Soumis par Nadia le dim 20/11/2016 - 19:22

All tables are not readable. I don't believe that professional people created these tables with unclear column name, without proper formatting. Excel is very good and user friendly application, but your professionals did very BAD job. For me as IT professional is so difficult to understand your tables. Maybe you need to provide guidelines to understand them.

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Soumis par Phil W le lun 26/11/2018 - 09:01

26Nov18.....I am also an ' older ' person with very limited computer knowledge. Typical for my generation. To understand this information is beyond my comprehension. To suggest ' writing ' to the government for answers / clarification is meaningless for someone who needs answers quickly instead of the 2 - 3 month turn-a-round. Ps: God help the elderly who continue to serve by sitting at home and wait.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le mar 06/12/2016 - 19:57

Thanks for your comment, Wayne. This dataset is designed for processing by software programs, but the information you are seeking is available in HTML and PDF on other web pages:
http://www.esdc.gc.ca/en/cpp/oas/payments.page
http://www.esdc.gc.ca/assets/portfolio/docs/en/cpp/oas/sv-oas-jul-sept-2...

Hope this is helpful,
Karin, the open-ouvert team

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Soumis par open-ouvert le ven 09/12/2016 - 15:18

Thanks for your comment, Louise. I am not clear on the specific issue you're identifying here, but generally the problem users seem to have with this page is that it is a dataset designed for processing by software programs.
If you're seeking this information in HTML or PDF, it's available on other web pages: http://www.esdc.gc.ca/en/cpp/oas/payments.page http://www.esdc.gc.ca/assets/portfolio/docs/en/cpp/oas/sv-oas-jul-sept-2...
Hope this is helpful, Karin, the open-ouvert team

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Soumis par Ivan le ven 10/02/2017 - 02:45

These data set are very useful. If you know how to use it, you can make sure you receive correct amount of benefit.
Good Job!!!

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Soumis par Denis Croteau le sam 18/02/2017 - 17:45

Bonjour, ca fait six mois que j'essais d'entré dans mon dossier Service Canada avec mon code d'accès (CAP) , toujours impossible , je viens d'avoir 65 ans, j'aurais aimé faire un suivi et je viens de tombé veuf c'est pas un cadeau tab, malheureusement c'est toujours impossible dit entré ( ha le service en ligne c'est pas un cadeau. Merci quand même !!!!!!!!

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Soumis par RAMONA KIYOSHK le mer 29/03/2017 - 14:10

What if you have no idea what a CVS is? I just want to to know why I am getting less than the single person allowance and why I am sudden being deducted $100.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le mer 29/03/2017 - 14:33

Hi Ramona, this comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things, including historic statistics on CPP, OAS, and EI. We do not deal directly with issues regarding these services. Below are the contact information for these services, I recommend you reach out to them as they can better address your inquiry.

Contact information for CPP and OAS: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contac…

Contact information for EI: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contac…

Contact information for Service Canada: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contac…

I hope this helps.
Momin, the Open Government team.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le ven 07/04/2017 - 13:20

Lisa, this comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things, including historic statistics on CPP, OAS, and EI. We do not deal directly with issues regarding these services. Below is a link to the correct contact. I recommend you call them to have your inquiry addressed more directly.

Contact information for CPP and OAS: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contac…

Hope this helps!
Momin, the Open Government team.

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Soumis par Edwina le jeu 07/09/2017 - 21:05

I have applied for OAS in January 2017, I have not heard back and don't know what is going on with my application, its been almost eight months. There has been no communication and I don't know how to find out what the amount is.

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Soumis par open-ouvert le ven 08/09/2017 - 21:16

Hi Edwina,

This comment system leads to the team responsible for transparency and accountability work in the public service. We host datasets and records about many things, including historic statistics on CPP and OAS, but we don't deal with these services directly.

Contact information for CPP and OAS: https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/corporate/contac…

Sorry I could not be of more help.

Regards,

Momin
The Open Government team

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Soumis par karen le jeu 28/12/2017 - 19:35

What the public wants is a single chart that lists what CPP, OAS and GIS will be.
If they know their CPP estimate, surely the other numbers can be provided in clear understandable terms. Combined columns are confusing.

Also, the public needs to know what activites could limit payments. For example, will a delayed pension affect OAS eligibility.

Recently I have encountered elderly persons begging on the street. The gentleman said he receives only $922 per month, which I believe is the wrong amount, and I told him so. The lady told me that she has been denied an OAS pension and cannot live on CPP. These people are being treated unfairly in my view. And cruelly.

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Soumis par Lee le dim 11/02/2018 - 17:11

I recently lost my wife and just checked your site for the amount i am receiving based on her income. I found out that the amount is correct and found this service easy to use and very infomative . Took all of 5 minutes to find what i was looking for and to download the chart thank you Lee Lewis

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Soumis par Charles le ven 23/03/2018 - 01:01

If I am not mistaken, the dataset title is incorrect and misleading. Instead of Old Age Security, it should refer to Guaranteed Income Supplement.

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Soumis par Michel Arseneault le dim 22/04/2018 - 21:39

Contenu vraiment amateur, si j'aurais mis en ligne une table si peu compréhensible a mon emploi au Gouvernement Fédéral... J'aurais probablement été rétrogradé a un autre poste. Vraiment amateur et hors contexte; il serait peut-être préférable de retirer ces tableaux du site car ils portent atteinte a votre réputation et professionnalisme...Merci Michel Arseneault

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