How much is social assistance in Yukon?
The Yukon Supplementary Allowance is $250 per month. You may be eligible if you receive, or are eligible for, social assistance.
What are social assistance benefits in Canada?
What is considered social assistance
- household supplies.
- health care not covered by public health care (extra benefits paid by the government to low-income people or others in need)
What is income support in Canada?
Income Support can help you and your family with basic living costs and other necessities. Depending on your needs and situation you may be eligible to receive assistance through Alberta’s Income Support program.
Can you get paid to live in Yukon?
Every resident is given an $11 a day northern resident allowance provided that you live in the Yukon for 6 consecutive months in a calendar year. In your first full year that you reside in the Yukon, a total tax deduction or $8030 a year plus the additional $11 a day for every member of your family.
Can you still get income support?
Income Support is being replaced by Universal Credit. Most people are no longer able to make new claims for Income Support. If you or your partner are receiving a ‘legacy benefit’ such as Child Tax Credit or Housing Benefit, you will lose these if you make a claim for Universal Credit.
Can I work while on income support?
If you claim Income Support or Jobseeker’s Allowance you should normally either be not working or working on average less than 16 hours a week. Partners of people receiving Income Support/Jobseeker’s Allowance are able to work for, on average, up to 24 hours a week, without their partner’s entitlement being affected.
What is low income in Yukon?
Maximum income levels per unit size for Canada Yukon Housing Benefit eligibility: For a bachelor home your income must be below $51,480 per year. For a 1-bedroom home your income must be below $59,320 per year. For a 2-bedroom home your income must be below $68,720 per year.
How much is the Yukon bonus?
Bonus to help cover travel costs To help offset the cost of travel to and from the territory, eligible employees receive an annual subsidy of $2,242. Employees become eligible for the “Yukon bonus” after the first 2 years of continuous service and every year thereafter on the continuous service date.
Does Odsp pay your rent?
The Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) can pay all or part of your income support to someone you owe money to. to pay your rent directly to your landlord. to pay your utility costs, like heating or electricity, to your utility company.