--- Guide to welfare in Ontario --- Provincial government --- NGO/Municipal govt. Ontario budget links --- Federal, provincial and territorial budgets - incl.
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Ontario budgets analysis & critiques --- Ontario anti-poverty strategies and poverty reduction --- Early Learning and Child Care (for all Ontario ECD links) --- Case Law / Court Decisions / Inquests - incl. --- Provincial-Territorial Political Parties and Elections in Canada - incl.
Ontario election links --- Drug Testing for Welfare Recipients in Ontario This factsheet contains current rate information (benefit levels) for 15 federal and Ontario financial assistance programs.
[NOTE : Clicking the link above will take you partway down the Ontario Government Links page of this website.]Abstract: This paper examines 15 years of income inequality for families raising children in Ontario (2000 to 2015), comparing it with national data for context, and finds several disturbing trends.
It also includes anyone who is in what the law calls a relationship of some permanence with a parent of a child, and who is going to treat the child as their own.
Birth mothers can take both pregnancy leave and parental leave. Pregnancy leave is sometimes called maternity leave.
It can be taken during pregnancy, after the birth of the baby, or a combination of both.
Part Two: Employment Insurance benefits: While you are on pregnancy or parental leave, you might be able to get Employment Insurance (EI) pregnancy or parental benefits.
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