I know the number is the actual Service Canada number, but when I tried entering the extension, the system claims there's no one with that number.
Any help is appreciated in this matter.
Apr 28th, 2017 12:45 am
Apr 28th, 2017 1:16 am
Your claim will only show the initial 52 week benefit period. You'll be entitled to 65 weeks of combined benefits (15 sick, 15 maternity, 35 parental). Once you hit the end of your initial benefit period you'll get an extension.stephaniefreitas wrote: ↑Apr 27th, 2017 9:29 pmhey everyone i have a question about maternity leave, so i am currently pregnant due in June i have been on sick leave for 15 weeks i was told i was entitled to 15 weeks sick leave ,17 weeks maternity leave and 32 weeks for parental leave. My maternity leave started April 11 but when i view my claim online it says that the end date of the claim is December 9 2017 which means i wont be getting my full year and i will definitely not be ready to go back in December. I have called service Canada and they told me that once December 9 comes around it will add on the extra weeks, this makes me a little nervous. Has anyone else had any experiences with this?
Apr 28th, 2017 1:18 am
Try 1-855-249-2290 ext 418-781-9349
Apr 28th, 2017 9:39 am
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Apr 28th, 2017 10:02 am
It's probably 418 and not 408. Try that instead.
Apr 28th, 2017 10:44 am
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May 1st, 2017 4:39 pm
If he was only off for one week he wouldn't have been paid for anything anyways. Can you give us some more details as per why he missed it and whether he applied at all?
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May 3rd, 2017 9:23 pm
Depends, is it solely the money you paid in, or are there employer contributions as well?EleanorRigby wrote: ↑May 3rd, 2017 6:37 pmI have a question about what are considered earnings that affect EI benefits
I am currently receiving regular EI benefits. I received a letter from a Union Pension Plan that I was required to fill out a form for the money that I had payed into the plan when i was working at that job. I had to either get payed out or transfer it to another plan, and I opted to get paid out. I am now wondering if this affects my EI earnings at all?
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