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Income and Employment Supports Regulations

Published Date: March 23, 2012
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Income Support, Training and Health Benefits Regulation

Schedule 5 Core Income Support Tables

Core Essential Payment Table

 

Expected To Work or Working

Barriers to Full Employment

Learners (Full-time): EI learner, non-EI learner and apprentice learner

1 adult

$  304

$  408

$  524

2 adults

$  520

$  677

$  646

1 adult and children

   1
   2
   3
   4
   5
   6
each additional child

 

$  387
431
494
550
607
667

56

 

$  504
564
637
706
775
846

56

 

$  901
961
1034
1103
1172
1243

56

2 adult and children

   1
   2
   3
   4
   5
   6
each additional child

 

$  565
622
679
735
792
852

56

 

$  722
790
858
926
994
1065

56

 

$  1197
1265
1333
1401
1469
1540

56

Exceptions:
For each dependent child over the age of 12 in a barriers to full employment household unit or in an expected to work or working household unit, add $33.

 

Core Shelter Payment Table

 

Private Housing

Social Housing

1 adult

$  323

$  120

2 adults

$  436

$  193

1 adult and children

   1
   2
   3
   4
   5
   6
each additional child

 

$  546
566
586
606
626
646
20

 

$  212
260
317
377
437
496
N/A

2 adult and children

   1
   2
   3
   4
   5
   6
each additional child

 

$  575
595
605
625
645
665
20

 

$  262
317
377
437
496
555
N/A

Exceptions:
1. A household unit living in social housing with more than 6 children does not receive an additional amount.
2. If a household unit is living in social housing, the amount set out in this Table must be increased by the household unit’s actual cost of electricity up to the maximum amount payable for private housing.
3. If the Director is satisfied that a child will become a member of the household unit, the Director may consider that child a member of the household unit.

 

  1. In this section,

     

    1. “former Core Essential Payment Table” means the Core Essential Payment Table in Schedule 5 as it read immediately before the coming into force of this section;
    2. “new Core Essential Payment Table” means the Core Essential Payment Table in Schedule 5 as it reads immediately after coming into force of this section.

     

  2. Despite the repeal of the former Core Essential Payable Table, the former Core Essential Payable Table instead of the new Core Essential Payment Table continues to apply,

     

    1. in the case of Expected to Work or Working household units and Barriers to Full Employment household units, until March 31, 2012, and
    2. in the case of Learners (Full-time): EI Learners, non-EI learner and apprentice learner household units, until July 31, 2012.