Title:Welfare incomes 2009
Corporate Author: National Council of Welfare
Subject:Income security programs – general
Publisher:National Council of Welfare
Place of Publication:Ottawa
Date of Publication:2010

Welfare Incomes 2009 estimates total welfare incomes (social assistance plus child benefits and tax credits) for 4 family/household types in each of the 13 provinces and territories for a total of 52 cases (some information on Alberta’s separate program for people with severe disabilities is also provided). The four family types are: A single person considered employable; A single person with a disability; A lone parent with a 2-year-old child; A couple with two children aged 10 and 15. The NCW has published similar estimates since 1986.

 Material Type:Report

F. SOCIAL ISSUES/F.05 INCOME/2010 welfare_incomes_2009.pdf

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