Budget Implementation Act, 2009 (S.C. 2009, c. 2)

Act current to 2019-07-01 and last amended on 2018-06-27. Previous Versions

RELATED PROVISIONS

  • — 2009, c. 30, s. 3

    • Subsection 55(7) of regulations

      3 Despite section 225 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, if a claimant is a claimant referred to in subsection 55(7) of the Employment Insurance Regulations who was paid less than 36 weeks of regular benefits in the 260 weeks before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period and that benefit period was established during the period that begins on January 4, 2009 and ends on June 5, 2010, the number of weeks of benefits in Schedule 10 to that Act that apply in respect of that claimant is deemed to be the number of weeks that would otherwise apply in respect of the claimant but for this section increased by

      • (a) 5 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 7 of the 10 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (b) 8 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 8 of the 11 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (c) 11 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 9 of the 12 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (d) 14 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 10 of the 13 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (e) 17 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 11 of the 14 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period; or

      • (f) 20 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in at least 12 of the 15 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period.

  • — 2009, c. 30, s. 4

    • Subsection 55(7) of regulations

      4 Despite section 225 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, if a claimant is a claimant referred to in subsection 55(7) of the Employment Insurance Regulations who was paid less than 36 weeks of regular benefits in the 260 weeks before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period and that benefit period was established during the period that begins on June 6, 2010 and ends on July 10, 2010, the number of weeks of benefits in Schedule 10 to that Act that apply in respect of that claimant is deemed to be the number of weeks that would otherwise apply in respect of the claimant but for this section increased by

      • (a) 3 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 8 of the 11 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (b) 6 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 9 of the 12 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (c) 9 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 10 of the 13 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (d) 12 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 11 of the 14 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period; or

      • (e) 15 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in at least 12 of the 15 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period.

  • — 2009, c. 30, s. 5

    • Subsection 55(7) of regulations

      5 Despite section 225 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, if a claimant is a claimant referred to in subsection 55(7) of the Employment Insurance Regulations who was paid less than 36 weeks of regular benefits in the 260 weeks before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period and that benefit period was established during the period that begins on July 11, 2010 and ends on August 7, 2010, the number of weeks of benefits in Schedule 10 to that Act that apply in respect of that claimant is deemed to be the number of weeks that would otherwise apply in respect of the claimant but for this section increased by

      • (a) 1 week, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 9 of the 12 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (b) 4 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 10 of the 13 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period;

      • (c) 7 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 11 of the 14 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period; or

      • (d) 10 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in at least 12 of the 15 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period.

  • — 2009, c. 30, s. 6

    • Subsection 55(7) of regulations

      6 Despite section 225 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, if a claimant is a claimant referred to in subsection 55(7) of the Employment Insurance Regulations who was paid less than 36 weeks of regular benefits in the 260 weeks before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period and that benefit period was established during the period that begins on August 8, 2010 and ends on September 11, 2010, the number of weeks of benefits in Schedule 10 to that Act that apply in respect of that claimant is deemed to be the number of weeks that would otherwise apply in respect of the claimant but for this section increased by

      • (a) 2 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in 11 of the 14 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period; or

      • (b) 5 weeks, if the claimant contributed at least 30% of the maximum annual employee’s premium in at least 12 of the 15 years before the beginning of the claimant’s benefit period.

  • — 2009, c. 30, s. 7

    • Subsection 55(10) of regulations

      7 With respect to a claimant to whom any of sections 3 to 6 applies whose benefit period has not been extended under any of subsections 10(13) to (13.3) of the Employment Insurance Act, subsection 55(10) of the Employment Insurance Regulations is deemed to read as follows:

      • (10) In a claimant’s benefit period, a claimant who is not in Canada or a claimant referred to in subsection (8), subject to the applicable maximums set out in paragraphs (7)(a) and (b), may combine the weeks of benefits to which the claimant is entitled, but the total number of weeks of benefits shall not exceed 50 or, if the maximum number of weeks during which benefits may be paid to a claimant under section 225 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2009 is equal to or greater than 50 weeks as a result of the application of any provision of any Act of Parliament, other than the Employment Insurance Act, the number that corresponds to that maximum number of weeks.

  • — 2017, c. 9, s. 55(2)

    • Other references
      • 55 (2) Unless the context requires otherwise, every reference to the Public Service Labour Relations Act in any provision of an Act of Parliament other than a provision referred to in subsection (1) is to be read as a reference to the Federal Public Sector Labour Relations Act.

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