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STATISTICAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION OF
THE UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ACT
AUGUST, 1954
(Compiled from
material supplied by the Unemployment Insurance Commission)
Published by Authority of
The Right Honourable C. D. Howe, Minister of Trade and Commerce
DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS
Labour and Prices Division
Unemployment Insurance Section
8004-509
24-9-54
EDMOND
Price: 25 cents
CLOUTI. C.M.G., O.A.. DSP.. Queen's Printer and ContzUer of StaUonery, Ottawa, 1954.
(Francals
su
verso)
Vol. 13—No. 8
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
EXPLANATORYT E X T ................................ 1
A detailed explanation of these data and of the
administrative procedures from which they emerge
appears in the July 1954 issue.
L I S T
OF
TABLES -
Table 1. - Estimates of Insured Population under the
Unemployment Insurance Act ... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Table 2. - Number of Initial and Renewal Claims Filed
in the Local Offices in Each Province .............. 2
Table 3. - Ordinary Claimants on the Live Unemployment
Register on the Last Working Day of the Month,
by Duration on the Register, Sex and Province,
and Showing the Number of Disability Cases
In clied in the Total . . . . . . . . . ... . . • . . . . ......
Table 4. - Number of Short-time and Temporary Lay-off
Claimants on the Live Unemployment Register
on the Last Working Day of the Month, by
Province and Sex and Showing the Number of
Di sability Cases Included .......................... 4
Table 5. - Disposition of Initial and Renewal Claims and
Claims Pending at the End of the Month ............. 5
Table 6. - Claimants not Entitled to Benefit in Each Province,
with Chief Reasons for Non-Entitlement .. .... . ..... 6
Table 7. - Number of Persons Commencing the Receipt of
Benefit on Initial and Renewal Claims,
byProvince •........................................ 7
Table 8. - Number of Days and Amount of Benefit Paid by
Province and Showing Disability Days Included
in the Total •.......................s.....•s••••sst 7
Table 9. - Number of Persons Receiving Benefit; Number of
Days and Amount of Benefit Paid by Province,
for Week Containing the Last Working Day of
the Month and Showing Disability Days Included
in the Total ......... .••••••••••••••••••e•••••.8
EXPLANATORYTEXT
A total of 112,659 initial and renewal claims for unemp].oyment
insurance benefit were filed in local offices across Canada during August,
compared to 106,269 in July and 74,052 in August 1953. While the bulk of the
increase recorded this month over last occurred in Ontario,the volume of
claims received was heavier in all provinces except Newfoundland, Prince
Edward Island and Quebec which showed a slight decline.
Ordinary, claimants on the live unemployment insurance register on
August 31 totalled 191,258 (141,489 males and 49,769 females), compared to
188 9 913 (137,503 males and 51,410 females) on July 30 and 111,287 (78,491
males and 32,796 females) on August 31, 1953. On August 31 there were, in
addition, 31,586 unemployment registers in the live file, of which 25,243
were on behalf of short-time claimants and 6,343 temporary lay-off.
Adjudicating officers disposed of a total of 113,805 initial and
renewal claims during August and in 80% of these cases, the clk4mAnt was
"entitled to benefit". Of the 28,492 adjudications resulting in non-entitlement (this includes 6,093 disqualifications arising out of revised claims)
8,513 did not establish a benefit year. Chief reasons for disqualification
were: "not unemployed" 7,057 cases; "voluntarily left employment without just
cause" 5,072 cases and "not capable of and not available for work" 2,188
cases.
New beneficiaries totalled 77,150 during August, in comparison
with 71,203 during July and 49,268 during August 1953.
A total of $12,066,717 was paid in compensation for 3,921,598 days
(including 75,467 disability days) during August, as against $12,760,098
and 4,157,128 days (including 76,310 disability days) during July and
$6,408,827 and 2,138,224 days (including 6,452 disability days) during August
1953.
During the week of August 28 to September 3, an estimated 153,241
beneficiaries were paid $2,713,561 in respect of 876,441 compensable days,
compared to an estimated 163,425 beneficiaries who received $2,798,848 in
compensation for 910,564 days during the week of July 24-30. For the
corresponding week in 1953, 87,367 beneficiaries received $1,483,305 in
compensation for 496,690 days.
The average daily rate of benefit was $3 .10 for the week of August
28 to September 3, $3.07 for the week of July 24 to 30 and $2.99 for the week
of August 29 to September 4, 1953.
-2Table 1. - Estimates of the Insured Population under the Unemployment
Insurance Act.
Beginning of
the Month of :
1 9 5 4
-
1 9 5 3
-
Total
July
June
May
April
March
February
January
3,180,000
3,150 9 000
3,161,000
3,317,000
3,342,000
3,339,000
3,328,000
2,980,500
2,9022 200
2,822,600
2,805,300
2,829,400
2,844,200
2,937,000
199,500
247,800
3381,400
511,700
512,600
494,800
391,000
December
November
October
September
August
3,276,000
3,230,000
3,220 0 000
3,197,000
3,171,000
3 0 161 9 000
3 1 037 9 500
3,076,400
3,100,600
3,085,700
3,060,100
3,041,200
238 9 500
153,600
119,400
111000
110,900
119 2 800
July
Table 2.
-
Canada-I
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
Number of Initial and Renewal Claims Filed in the Local Offices
in each Province. (3)
1954
Prov.
Nfld.
P.E,I..
N.S.
N.B.
Que.
Orit.
Man.
Sask.
A].ta.
B.C.
I Enp1oyedJciaimants(l)
Total
Initial
1,1o6
254
5,911
3,276
29,916
52,421
3,195
1,213
4,888
10,479
771
165
3,130
1,808
17,213
25,685
1 0 857
778
2089
5,263
-
A u g u s t
Rer)ewa].
335
89
2,781
1 0 468
12,703
26,736
19338
435
2 1 499
5,216
112,65959,05953,6001
Total
1,194
224
4,031
2,788
25 9 530
24,937
1,941
572
2,43 0
10,405
-
1953
Initial
865
151
2,251
1,613
15,601
15,749
1,247
392
1,185
5,635
Renewal
329
73
1,780
1,175
9,929
9,188
694
180
1,245
49 770
74,05244,68929063
(1)- Ordinary claimants on live unemployment insurance register on last working
day of preceding month.
(2) Includes supplementary benefit claimants.
(3) - In addition, revised claims received numbered 16,195.
-
3 -
Table 3. - Ordinary Claimants on the Live Unemployment Regist'r on the Last
Working Day of the Month, by Duration on the Register, Sex and
Province, and Showing the Number of Di8ability Cases
in Total.
(x)
Included
Days Continuously on the Register August 31,
Prov.
1953
and Sex6 and
173 and Total
Totalless
7-12
13-24 25-L8 L9-72 over
August 31,1954
Nfld.
3,256
(15)
2 9 399 (7)
557
701
287
476
387
848
Male
3,030
518
266
361
(15)
448
2 9 164 (1)
667
770
Female
226
21
26
(-)
39
28
34
78
235 (6)
P.E.I.
641
(9)
71
88
123
54
181
124
565 (1)
Male
457
88
66
(5)
51
77
45
130
399 (1)
Female
184
46
20
36
(4)
22
9
166 (-)
51
N.S.
(122) 1,705
8,137
788 1 9 055 1,621
925 2,043
7,399 (22)
Male
6 9 952
(104) 1,480
914 1,427
665
790 1,676
6,364 (18)
Female 1,185
(18)
141
225
123
194
135
367
4035 (4)
N.B.
7014
780
(85) 1,408
898 1061
842 2,225
5,658 (4)
Male
(66) 1 2 148
5,995
9
667
754 1,077
4,662 (27)
673 1 676
Female 1019
260
(19)
144
113
284
996 (7)
169
549
Que.
57,016 (1,022) 9, 84 5 6,274 7,454 10,243 7,229 15,971 43 9 032(207)
Male
40,467 (638)
7096 4,672 5,405 7,424 4,893 10,677 29,427(119)
Female 16049
(384) 2,449 1,602 2,049 2,819 2,336 5 0 294 13,605 (88)
Ont.
82 9 456
(910) 24073 9,657 10,153 11,833 8,996 20,744 31,222(163)
Male
62,633
7,851 7 9 887 8,570 6,479 14,641 21,193(118)
(654) 17,205
Female 19 9 823
(256) 3 9 868 1,806 2,266 3,263 2,517 6,103 10,029 (45)
Man.
(148) 1,699
6,549
727
896
601 2,157
469
4,028 (34)
Male
3,805
940
(112)
250
406
506
2 9 086 (23)
341 1,362
Female
(36)
2,744
260
759
321
219
390
1,942 (11)
795
Sask.
2,296
(32)
494
244
351
238
731
1,134 (10)
238
Male
296
146
1095
(23)
194
143
139
477
605 (7)
Female
901
198
(9)
98
95
157
254
99
529 (3)
Alta.
(100) 1,876
646
6,718
797
953
2,694 (12)
607 1,839
Male
4,740
(72) 1,362
441
598
574
425 1,340
1,762 (11)
Female 1,978
(28)
514
182
205
223
355
932(1)
499
B.C.
16 2 675
(224) 3,762 1 1,679 2,051 2 0 913 1,709 4,561 13,156 (61)
Male
12,015
(171)
2,928 1,177 1,459 2,223 1 9 023 3,205
9,829 (43)
Female
4,660
502
690
686 1,356
(53)
834
592
3,327 (18)
CANADA 191,258 (2 2 667) 42,542 20,872 23,837 30,996 21,711 54300 11,287(551)
MALE 141 9489 (1,860) 33050 16,177 17,957 22,774 15,277 35 9 954 78,491(368)
FE4ALE 49,769
(807) 9,192 4,695 5,880 8,222 6,434 15,346 32,796(183)
(x) Shown in brackets. The count of disability cases for 1953 represents all
registers flagged as disability cases on that day, including short-tima and
temporary lay-off claimants.
1
-
1
1
I
-
4-
Table 4. - Number of Short-time and Temporary lay-off Claimants on the Live
Unenloyment Register on the Last Working Day of the Month, by
Province and Sex, and showing the Number of Disability Cases(X)
included.
Prov.
1954
Total
- August
IMale IFemaleI
- 1953
TotalI
Male
I Female
77
2
804
720
3,242
2,123
49
18
2,650
169
2
1
95
379
2,214
1,480
204
2
133
117
Short-time Claimants
Nfld.
P.E.I.
N.S.
N .B.
Que,
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
109 (-)105
U (-)
7
2,784 (-) 2057
358 (-)
293
8 1 539 (20) 49 544
9085 (32)
5,424
367 (i)
74
50 (-)
27
3,119 (-) 3,065
521 (-)
255
(-)
(-)
(-)
(-)
(9)
(22)
(]_)
(-)
(-)
(-)
25,243 (53) 16051 (32)
4
4
227
65
3,995
3,961
293
23
54
266
(-)
(-)
(-)
(-)
(U)
(io)
(-)
(-)
(-)
(-)
80 892 (21)
79
3
399
)99
5,1 56
3, 03
53
20
2, 83
86
149 819,8544,627
Temporary Lay-off Claimants
Nfld.
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Que.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta,
B.C.
-
(-)
-
(-)
-
(-)
-
(-)
1 9 150 (-)
67 (-)
906 (1)
3,419 (4)
20 (1)
2 (-)
24 (-)
755 (-)
Canada- 6043
(6)
1,150
65
590
2,774
10
2
18
715
(-)
(-)
(-)
(4)
(i)
(-)
(-)
(-)
5,324
(5)
(x) - Shown in brackets.
-
-
-
(-)
(-)
(-)
2 (-)
316 (i)
645 (-)
10 (-)
-
6
40
1,019
-
1
473
33
738
5,642
19
-
-
1
473
23
449
5,274
2
10
289
368
17
-
-
(-)
-
(-)
(-)
35
1,611
9
4559
26
52
(1)
8,552
7,789
763
-
-5-
Table 5. - Disposition of Initial and Renewal Claims and
Claima Pending at the end of the Month. (X).
A d j u d i c a t e d P e n d i n g
I
Proy.Entitled toNot Entitled to
BenefitInitial I Renewal
TotalBenefit Initial_IRenewal_I_InitialIRenewal
August
Nfld.
P,E,I,
N.S.
N.B.
Qua.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
Canada-
510
121
1,737
1,312
13,408
19 2 119
1,117
464
1,375
3,410
347
76
2,699
1 0 274
11,724
24,572
1,124
353
2,215
4,449
377
57
1 1,096
529
5,227
6,751
597
257
667
1,644
37
8
439
114
1,564
2 0 140
144
50
118
583
360
47
1089
468
4,800
8,701
361
210
840
1080
109
24
303
302
2,278
3,004
190
82
438
919
113 0 805
42073
48,833
17,202
5,197
18,556
7,649
N.B.
Que.
Ont,
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
(x)
-
9,972
379
45
765
563
5,896
6,934
479
151
488
1,737
30
U
153
119
1095
1,192
84
28
88
562
364
41
739
450
5,598
5,132
209
85
296
1061
103
12
284
217
1,839
1035
92
26
81
742
74,262
27,431
25,732
17,437
3 2 662
14,275
4,731
548
2,411
Canada-
1953
273
62
1,605
1,064
9 0 020
7 9 755
597
140
1,162
4,054
1,854
B.C.
-
577
104
1 2 600
1,115
10 0 617
8,203
694
229
673
3,619
1,259
222
4,123
2,861
26 2 928
24,084
P.E.I.
N.S.
1954
1,271
262
5,971
3,229
31,923
52,582
2,982
1 0 124
4075
10 0 086
August
Nfld,
-
In addition, 16,282 revised claim5 were disposed of.
Of these, 1,069 were special requests not granted and
758 were appeals by claimants. There were 2,211 revised
claims pending at the and of the month.
Table 6. - Claimants not Entitled to Benefit in Each Province During August 1954 and 1953
with Chief Reasons for Non-Entitlement.
Chief Reasons for
Non-Entitlement
Year
Benefit Year not
1954
Established
1953
ClaimantB Disqualified(X)
1954
Not unemployed
1953
Not capable of and not 1954
available for work
1953
7,057
99754
2,188
1,555
I
I
N.S.
N I B.
29
13
388
332
302
320
2,633
3,071
3 9 382
2,063
25
38
20
10
6
4
435
253
1,940
3,492
5
2
98
60
79
84
72
48
877
592
4,048
4,974
685
455
1
1
377
50
Canada Nfld.
I
8 9 513
271
7,179 261
P.E.I.
Que.
-
-
347
6
-
-
-
-
1,027
996
4
4
-
-
56
53
27
23
450
347
1954
1953
865
646
5
6
47
33
24
37
Voluntarily 3,eft employ- 1954
ment withput just cause 1953
5,072
4,285
85
87
2
5
21
35
273
241
Failure to fulfil
additional conditions
imposed upon certain
married women
1954
1953
1013
1,009
6
7
6
1
52
39
1954
1953
1954
1953
1,670
1011
28,492
1 26,813
62
33
478
442
4
2
56
64
77
62
1,752
1,075
of work due to
a labour dispute
Refused offer of work
and neglected opportunity to 'work
Discharged for
misconduct
1088
Other reasons
T0TA1
1954
1953
787
78
1954
1953
(x) - Data for August 1954, include 6,093 on revised claims.
I
Out.
I
Man.
I
Sask.
I
Alta.
I
B.C.
258
179
106
44
311
167
833
729
101
92
22
41
105
97
29
34
91
107
100
60
310
669
197
197
3
2
51
27
-
-
-
-
228
331
40
36
39
34
37
37
11+2
135
313
317
307
169
17
8
26
21
119
46
215
204
1,771
1,466
1,396
1,092
240
173
5
4
110
48
253
199
708
740
36
22
503
458
405
230
78
65
41
21
74
57
112
109
60
654
505
424
37
534
821 9,142 11,333
775 10,278 9,788
82
40
23
13
378
239
63
41
161
123
921
690
957 2 0 633
689 2,775
MM
Table 7.
-
Number of Persons Conmsncing the Receipt of Benefit
on Initial and Renewal Claims, by Province.
Proy,
-
To a
Nfld.
855
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Que.
Orit.
Man.
Sask.
Canada-
-
1954
63,530(494)
13,573(276)
170037(3096)
1349 644(2 0 233)
1019015 (30 2 467)
B.C.
1,566 9 013 (23,205)
133 0 936(3,908)
45,950(918)
140,41].(3062)
333,689(72 008)
Canada-
3,921098 (75,467)
Ont,
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
49,26829,048
20,220
58
1,780
895
11,381
236
46
1,273
921
8,047
5,622
495
Number of Days and Amount of Benefit Paid, by Province
and Showing Disability Days CL) Included in the Total.
D aye
Nfld,
36,173
40 9 977
Prov.
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Que.
95
803
2 0 682
77,150
3 2 231
On Renewal
Claims
846
271
1,723
3,211
6,572
1 9 907
748
-
1,153917
146100
2,7491,476
1 9 95010 029
19,95511 2 908
14,7309,108
1,175680
296201
1,481678
5,6332 0 951
324
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25,383
32,560
B.C.
531
96
1,966
12099
14,002
16,876
1,061
477
1,508
3061
154
3 9 746
1,994
Alta.
Table 8.
August
1954
1953
On Renewal
On Initial.
On Initial
T°
.aims
C].aims
Claims
(x) - Shown in brackets.
-
August
Amount
(inDollare)
-
1953
Days
Amount
(inDollare)
213,752
37,418
541,435
423047
3,925,012
4,936,667
383,873
133,140
449,070
1 2 022,823
45,494(28)
10,737(8)
139,876(430)
1014 046(305)
835,686 (2,096)
594,908 (1 0 862)
83,970(436)
22098(109)
65,898(211)
234,711(967)
148,168
30,145
449 1,232
319,686
2,425,115
1,791091
235,320
64,315
209,450
736,005
12,066,717
2 9 1380 224 (6,452)
6,408 9 827
-8Table 9. - Nwnber of Persons Receiving Benefit,
Number of Days and Amount of Benefit Paid by Province,
for Week Containing the Last Working Day of the Month
and Showing Disability Days (1) Included in the Total
P r o v i n c e
persone(2)
Amount
(in Dollars)
Day8
Agut 28 to September 3, 1954
Newfoundland
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia
Canada-
2 1,612
536
7,415
6,165
48,611
61,211
5,123
2,042
6069
13,157
153,241
13 0 221
2,924
38,170
31,440
278,894
363 9 270
(iii)
(56)
(884)
(588)
(6052)
(5084)
29,206
11 9 498
33057
(799)
(238)
(713)
74,461
(1037)
876,441 (16 0 662)
44,988
71 860
122,044
98,998
833,862
1,150,691
83,835
33,485
106 0 056
231 9 742
2,713,561
August 29 to September 4, 1953
Newfoundland
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
British Columbia
Canada(1)- Shown in brackets.
(2) - Estimated.
(47)
(8)
(241)
(148)
(1,204)
(1 9 012)
(209)
(92)
10 0 606
10,655
2,676
30,427
210 674
193 9 730
136,375
20,174
5091
16,136
59,452
(568)
50,175
188,088
87,367
496 0 690
(3 1 685)
1,483,305
1,583
450
5,635
4 2 162
32,101
25078
3,465
930
3,057
(156)
34,493
7005
97,576
66,449
551,419
416,555
56,111
15,134
( .\N\I).\
RAPPORT STATISTIQUE SUR L'APPLICATION
DE LA LOT SUR L'ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE
AOTT, 1954
(D'après les renseignements fournis par la Commission d'assurance-chômaga)
Pub/il d'ordre du
trés honorable C. D. Howe, Ministre du Commerce
BUREAU F DERAL DE LA STATISTIQUE
Division du travail et des prix
La section de l'assurance-chmage.
8004-509
Prix:
24-9-54
25 cents
EDMOND CLOUTIER, C.M.G. O.A., D.S.F..
t'exemplaire
Imprimeur de Is Reine et ContrSleur de Is Papetcrie,
Ottawa. 1954
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T A B L E D E S M A T I E R E S
Page
T E X T SEX P LI C A T IF
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•1
Voir, dana l'êdition de juillet, 1954, une explication
complete des données et des méthodes administratives
dont ellee procdent
L I S T E D E S TABLEAUX
-
Tableau 1. — Estimation de la population assurée en
vertu de la loi our l'aesurance-chomage .........2
Tableau 2. — Reclamations initia].es et rouveléee déposóee
aux bureaux locaux de chaque province ........... 2
Tableau 3. — Réclamants ordinairee inscrits au registre actif
de l'assurance-chomage le dernier jour ouvrable
du ux,is, selon la durée de 1 'inscription, le
sexe et la province, et nombre de cas d'invalidité compris dane le total ..............
3
Tableau 4. — Réclamants pour une courte période et en congé
temporaire macrite au registre actif de
1 'assurance-choinage le dernier jour ouvrable
du nis, par province et salon le sexe, et
nonibre de cas d 'invalidité y compris .. . ......... 4
Tableau 5. — Reclamations initialee et renouvelées réglées
etnonrég1éeslafindumoia . ................ 5
Tableau 6. — Réclamante inadmisaibles a la preetation dane
óhaque province et principales raisons d'inadmiseibilité •.....•.... ...... •••6
Tableau 7. — Nombre de pereonnea conniiencant & recevoir dee
prestations a la suite de reclamations initialea
et renouve].ées par province ..................... 7
Tableau S. — Nombre de jours indeninisés et montant dee
prestations, par province, et joure d'invalidité
comprie dane le total . .......................... 7
Tableau 9
— Nonibre de bénéficiaires, de joura indemnisés et
montant des prestations, par province, pour la
semaine renfermant le dernier jour ouvrable du
mois, et jours d'invalidité compris dane le
total. . . . . •.......................,.,.......... 8
/
TEXTSE X P L I C A T I F
Lea bureaux beaux do la Counnission dassurance_ch&nage an Canada ont
reçu on aout 112,659 reclamations initiales at renouvelées do prestations, contre
106,269 an juiflet at 74,052 an aoi3t 1953. Bien que la plus forte partie do
l'avance dii mois sur le mole précédent so soit produite an Ontario, be volume
des reclamations reçuee e'est accru dane toutes lea provinces, saul Terre-Neuve,
1'Ile-du-Prince-Edouard at 1. Québec, qui ont accuse une 16gre contraction.
Lee réclamRnts ordinaires an registre actif do ch&nage be 31 aoiit so
chiffraient par 191,258 (141,489 honines et 49,769 femmes), contre 188,913
(137,503 hommea at 51,410 femmes) be 30 juliet at 111,287 (78,491 hommes at
32,796 feminee) le 31 aout 1953. Le 31 aout, il y avalt an outre 31,586 dossiers
au registre actif, dont 25,243 do réclamante a court terme, at 6,343 de personnea
on congé temporaire.
Lee adjudicateurs ont dispose d'un total de 113,805 reclamations
initiales at renouvelées an aout et, dans 80 p. 100 des cas, lee réclamants
"avalent drolt aux prestations". Des 28,492 decisions portant inadmissibilité
(dont 6,093 exclusions provenant de reclamations revisées), 8013 provenaient
do personnes qui n'avaient Pu établir une année do prestations. Voici les
principales raisons d'exchusion: "non en chomage", 7,057 cas; "emploi quitté volontairement sans raison valable", 5,072 caa; "incapable de travailler at non
disponibbe't, 2,188 cas.
Lee nouveaux bénéf'lclaires dtaoih se aont chiffrés par 77,150, contre
an
juillet at 49,268 an aout 1953.
71,203
Une sonine do $12,066,717 a été versée
1 1 6gard do 3,921,598 jours
(dont 75,467 jours do maladie) en aout, contre $12,760,098 l'égard do 4,157,128
jours (dont 76010 joure de maladie) an juillet at $6,408,827 a l'égard de 2,138,
224 jours (dont 6,452 jours de maladie) en aout 1953.
a
Durant la semaine dii 28 aoit an 3 septembre, on e stime que 153,241
bénCficiairee ont reçu $2,713,561
l'Cgard de 876,441 jours indeninisables, contre
environ 163,425 bénéficiairee at $2,798,848 l'égard do 910,564 jours durant
la semaine du 24 an 30 juillet. Durant la semaine correspondante de 1953,
87,367 bénéficiaires avalent reçu $1,483005 l'égard do 496,690 jours.
a
a
Le taux quotidien moyen de la prestatiori a été de $3.10 durant la
aemaine du 28 aoIt au 3 aeptembre contre $3.07 durant celle du 24 an 30 juiflet
et de $2.99 durant cells du 29 aout an 4 septembre 1953.
-2Tableau 1. - Estimation do la population assurée en vertu de la 101
eur 1 'aseurance-chomago.
1 9 5 4
-
1 9 5 3
-
Réc1amante ()
Total
Enp1oy6a
Juillet
Juin
Mai
Avril
Mars
Février
Janvier
3480,000
3,150,000
3 1,161,000
3,317 9 000
3,342,000
3,339,000
3,328,000
2,980,500
2 0 902,200
2,822,600
2,805000
2,829,400
2,844,200
2,937,000
199,500
247,800
338,400
511,700
512,600
494,800
391,000
t)6cembre
Novembre
Octobre
Septembre
Aoit
Juiflet
3,276 2000
3,230,000
3,220,000
3,197,000
3,171,000
3,1612000
3,037 9 500
3,076,400
3,100,600
3,085,700
3,060,100
3,041 1,200
238 2 500
153,600
119,400
111,300
110,900
119,800
Debut du mole do :
(2)
(2)
(2)
(2)
Tableau 2. - Reclamations initiales et renonvelées déposCes
aux bureaux locaux do cheque province. (3)
1954
Prov.
T.-N.
I.P.E.
N.-E.
N.-B.
Qu6.
Out.
Man.
Seek,
A].b.
C.-B,
Canada-
-
Aoiit
Renouvelêes
-
Total
1953
Initiales IRenouvel6es
Total
Initiales
1,106
254
5,911
3,276
29,916
52,421
3,195
1,213
4,888
10,479
771
165
3,130
1,808
17,213
25,685
1,857
778
2089
5,263
335
89
2,781
1,468
12,703
26,736
1,338
435
2,499
5,216
1,194
224
4,031
2,788
25 9 530
24037
1,941
572
2 1,430
10,405
865
151
2,251
1,613
15,601
15,749
1,247
392
1,185
5,635
329
73
19 780
1,175
9,929
9,188
694
180
1,245
4,770
112,659
59,059
53,600
74,052
44 9,689
29063
Réclamants ordinairea inscrits au registre actif du ch&nage 10 derriier
jour do travail dii mole précédent.
(2) - Comprend lea réclamante do prestationa supplémentairee.
En outre lea reclamations reviaées recues, sont au nombre do 16,195.
(1)
-
(3)
-
-
3 -
Tableau 3. - Réclamants ordinaires macrita au registre actif de l'assurancechoinage le derni.er jour ouvrable du mois, selon la durée de l'inacription, is sexe at la province, at nombre de cas d'invalidité(X)
compria dana is total.
Jours d'inacription continue au registre31 aoit
Proy.
1953
at sexe Tt 1
6 OU
OU Total
o a
moms
2 48=
7-12 l-''
-)(49-7273
plus
31aot - 1954
T.-N.3,256(15)557287387701476848 2099 (7)
Honmies 3,030(15)518266361667448770 2,164 (1)
Femmes226
392126342878235 (6)
I.P.E.641(9)123547112488181565 (1
Homiuiee457(5)7745518866130399 l
Fenimes184(4)46920362251166 (-)
N.-E.8,137 (122) 1005 788 1 9 055 1,621925 2,043 7,399 (22)
Honmes 6,952
(104) 1,480665914 1,427790 1 0 676 6,364 (18)
Femmee 1,185 (18)225123141194135367 1,035 (4)
N.-B.7014(85) 1 9 408780898 1,361842 2 0 225
5,658 (34)
Honmies 5,995 (66) 1 9 148667754 1 9077673 1 9 676 4,662 (27)
Feimnee 1,519(19)260113144284169549996 (7)
Qu6. 57,016 (1,022) 9,845 6,274 7,454 10,243 7,229 15,971 43,032(207)
Honines 40,467 (638) 7,396 4,672 5,405 7,424 4,893 10,677 29 9 427(119)
Fenines 16,549 (381+ ) 2,449 1,602 2,049 2 9 819 2036 5,29413,605 (88)
Ont. 82,456 (910) 21,073 9,657 10 1,153 11,833 8,996 20,744 31,222(163)
HoiTmies 62,633(654) 17,205 7,851 7,887 8,570 6,479 14,64]. 21,193(118)
Fenunee 19,823(256) 3,868 19 806 2,266 3,263 2,517 6,103 10,029 (45)
Nan.6,549 (148) 1 0 699469727896601 2,157 4,028 (34
Honinea 3,805
(fi2)940250406506341 1,362 2,086 (23
Fenms 2,744(36)759219321390260795 1 1,942 (11)
Saek.2,296(32)494238244351238731 1,134 (10)
Hoinmee 1 9 395(23)296143146194139477605 (7
Fees901(9)198959815799254529 (3
Aib.6,718 (100) 1 9 876646797953607 1,839 2,694 (12
Hoimnea 4,740(72) 1,362441574598425 1,340 10 762 (11
Femmea 1,978(28)514205223355182499932 (1)
C.-B.16 0 675 (224) 3,762 1,679 2,051 2,913 1,709 4,561 13,156 (61)
Honunes 12,015 (171) 2,928 1,177 1,459 2,223 1,023 3,205 9,829 (43)
Femmee 4,660
(53)
834 502 592 690 686 1,356 3,327 (18)
CANADA 191,258 (2,667) 42,542 20,872 23,837 30,996 21,711 51 9 300 11 0 287(551)
H1MES 141,489 (4860) 33,350 16,177 17,957 22,774 15 1,277 35,954 78,491(368)
FEI'tMES 49,769 (807) 9 9 192 4,695 5,880 8,222 6,434 15,346 32,796(183)
(-)
(x) - Fntre parenthees. Le compte des cas do inaladie pour 1953 represente thus
lea dossiers marques comme tel ce jour-il, y compria los réclani*nta do courte
période on an congé temporaire.
-4Tableau 4. - Réclaznanta pour une courte période at on coné temporaire
macrite an regletre actif de l'aeeurance-chomage is
dernier jour ouvrable du moia, par province at aelon 1e, sexe,
at nombre de cas d'invalidité (x) y cornpris.
Proy.
1954 - Aot - 1953
Total
I{ozmnesIFenunea
Total I }ionmiesFenines
Réclamante pour une courte période
T.-N.
I.PE.
N. -E,
N . -B.
Qué.
Ont.
Man.
Sask
Aib.
C • -B.
109 (-)
u(-)
2 1,784 (-)
358 (-)
8,539 (20)
9,385 (32)
367 (i)
50 (.-)
3,119 (-)
521 (-)
105
7
2057
293
4,544
5,424
74
27
3,065
255
(-)
(-)
(-)
(-)
(9)
(22)
(1)
(-)
(-)
(-)
4
4
227
65
3,995
3,961
293
23
54
266
(-)
(-)
(-)
(-)
(u)
(10)
(-)
(-..)
(-)
(-)
Canada-25,243 (53)16,351 (32)81,892 (21)
J
79
2
77
2
1
3
899
804
95
720
1,099
379
5,456
2,214
3,242
3,603
2,123
1,480
253
49
204
20
18
2
2,650
2,783
133
286
169
117
9,8544,627
14,481
Réclamants an congé tenporaire
T.-N.
N.-E.
N,-B.
Qu6.
C.-B.
4150
67
906
3,419
20
2
24
755
(-)
(-)
(1)
(4)
(1)
(-)
(-)
(-)
4150 (-)
65 (-)
590 (-)
2,774 (4)
10 (1)
2 (-)
18 (-)
715 (-)
Canada-
6,343
(6)
5,324
Ont,
Man.
Sask,
(X) - Entre parenthsee.
(5)
473
33
738
5,642
19
473
23
449
5 0 274
2
-
(-)
-
(-)
-
-
-
(-)
(-)
35
1 9 611
9
1,559
26
52
(i)
8,552
7,789
763
2 (-)
316 (1)
645 (-)
10 (-)
6
40
1 1,019
-
10
289
368
17
-5 Tableau 5, - Reclamations initiales at renouvelées régléea at non réglCee
la fin du mois. (x)
Non régléee
RéglCes
P roy.
Total
________
No dormant pas droit
& la pre station
R.nouInitiveléea
ales
Dormant droit
la preetation
Renouinitiveléee
ales
I
Initi- Renouales ve].êes
A o i t-1954
T.-N.
I.P.E.
N.-E.
N.-B.
Qué.
Ont.
Man.
Sank.
Alb.
C-B.
Canada-
1,271
262
5 9971
3,229
31,923
52,582
2,982
1 0 124
4 2 375
10,086
510
121
1,737
1012
13,408
19 2 119
1,117
464
1,375
3,410
377
57
1,096
529
5,227
6,751
597
257
667
11,644-
347
76
2,699
1,274
11,724
24,572
1 2 124
353
2 2 215
4,449
37
8
439
114
1,564
2,140
144
50
118
583
360109
47
24
303
1,389
468
302
2,278
4,800
3 1,004
8,701
361
190
82
210
840
438
1,380
919
1130054207348,83317,2025,197 118,5567,649
Aot
-
1953
T.-N.
IP.E.
N.-E.
N.-B.
Qué.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Aib.
C.-B.
1,259
222
4,123
2,861
26 9 928
24,084
1,854
548
2,411
9 9 972
577
104
1,600
1,115
10,617
8,203
694
229
673
3,619
273
62
1,605
1,064
9 0020
7,755
597
140
1,162
4,054
379
45
765
563
5,896
6,934
479
151
488
1 9 737
30
11
153
119
1095
1 0 192
84
28
88
562
364
41
739
450
5098
5,132
209
85
296
1,361
103
12
284
217
1 2 839
1,335
92
26
81
742
Canada-
74,262
27,431
25,732
17,437
3,662
14 1,275
4,731
(x) - En outre, on a reglé 16,282 reclamations reviéee, dont 1,069 demandes
epéciales, qul turent rejetéee, at 758 appele de la part des r6c1annte.
I]. y avait 2,211 reclamations revisées non réglées & la fin du mole.
Tableau 6. - Réclainants inadmiseiblee i la prestation dane chaque province en aoat 1954 et 1953,
et principales raisons d 'inadmiseibilité.
Principalea raisons
d'inadniissibilitê
Aée
Canada
1954
1953
7,179
[1
I.P.E.
N.-E.
N,-B.
Qué.
Ont.
)(an.
Sask, _A1b.
271
261
29
13
388
332
302
320
20 633 3082
3,071 2,063
258
179
106
44
311
167
833
729
Incapable de travailler
et non_disponible
Parts de travail dueT
un différend ouvrier
1954 7,057
25
38
1953 9,754
20
1954 2 1188
10
1953 1,555
1954 -78778
1953
6
4
5
2
435
253
98
60
347
79
84
72
48
6
1,940 4,048
3,492 4,974
877
685
455
592
1377
50
1
101
92
105
97
22
41
29
34
3
91
107
100
60
2
310
69
197
197
51
27
Refuse une of fre de
travail et iai.see passer
une occasion de travaifler
1954
193
1 9 027
996
4
4
-
56
53
27
23
228
331
40
36
39
34
37
37
142
Congédié pow'
inconduite
Fp1oi quitté volontairement sans raison valable
N'a pas rempli lee conditions additionnellee _
posées a certainea
fennnes mariées
1954
1953
1954
1953
865
646
5 1 072
4,285
5
6
85
87
2
5
21
35
47
33
273
241
24
37
215
204
313
307
317
169
1,771 1096
1,466 1,092
17
8
240
173
5
4
110
48
26
199
119
46
708
740
19541 1,313
19531 1,009
6
7
6
1
52
39
36
22
405
230
78
65
41
21
74
57
112
109
1,670
1011
28,492
26,813
62
33
478
442
4
2
77
62
56
64
1,752
1,075
60
505
654
424
37
534
821 9,142 11033
775 10,278 9,788
82
40
921
690
23
13
378
239
63
41
957
689
161
123
Année de preetation
non établie
Réclainante exclus: (X)
*
Non en chomage
Autres raisons
T0TAL
1954
1953
19541
1953
8,513
-
-
-
-
450
347
503
458
CI) - Lee données daoat 1954, comprennent 6,093 cas de reclamations reviséee.
-
-
-
21
253
2 9 633
2,775
-
7 -
Tableau 7. - Nombre de personnes commençant a recevoir
des prestations la suite de reclamations
initiales et renouvelées, par province.
1954 - Ao t -
I
Prow-.Sur récla- Sur réclaTote.lmationsinationsTotal
renouvelCe s
initiale s
T.-N.
I.P.E.
N.-E.
N.-B.
Qué.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Aib.
C.-B.
Canada-
531
96
855
154
3,746
1,994
25,383
32,560
1,907
748
3 0 231
I
6,572
324
58
10 966
1,099
14,002
16,876
1,061
477
1,508
146
2 1,749
1,950
11,381
15,684
19,955
14,730
1,175
296
1,481
846
271
1,723
3,211
3,361
Stir réclamatione
initiales
1,153
1,780
895
1
5,633
1953
917
100
1,476
1,029
11,908
9,108
680
201
678
2,951
Sur réclaniations
renouvelées
236
46
1 2 273
921
8,047
5,622
495
95
803
2,682
77,15040,97736,173 49,26829,04820 0 220
Tableau 8. - Nombre de jours indemnisés et intant des prestations,
par province et jours d'invalidité (I) compris dans le total.
1954 - Aoit - 1953
Pr'ov.
T.-N.
I.P.E.
N-E.
N.-B.
Qu6.
Ont.
Man.
Sank.
Alb.
C.-B.
Canada-
(x)
I
Montant
J o u r Montant
J o U r 5
(en dollars) ( en dollars)
(494)
63,530
13,573
(276)
170 9 337 (3,596)
134 9 644 (2 2 233)
1019,515 (30,467)
1,566,013 (23 9 205)
133,936 (3,908)
(918)
45,950
140,411 (3,362)
333,689 (7,008)
1
213,752
37,418
541,435
423,547
3,925,012
4,936,647
383,873
133,140
449,070
1,022 9 823
3021098 (75,467)12,066,717
- Entre parentheses.
45,494
(28)
10,737
(8)
139 2 876 (430)
104 9 346 (305)
835,686(2,096)
594,908(1,862)
83,970 (436)
22,598 (109)
65,898 (211)
234,711 (967)
148,168
30,145
449,232
319,686
2,4250-15
1,791091
235,320
64 9 315
209,450
7360 005
2,138 9 224(6,452) 6,408,827
-8Tableau 9. - Nonbre de bénéficlairee, de jours indemnisés et montant
des prestations, par province, pour la semaine renfermant
le dernier jour ouvrable du nis, et jours d'invalidité(l)
compris dans le total.
Province
Personnes (f,)
J o u r a
Montant
ien dollars
/
28 aot au 3 septembre, 1954
Terre-Neuve
Ile-du-Prince-Edouard
Nouvelle-Ecosse
Nouveau-Brunswick
Québec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
Colombie-Britannique
Canada-
2,612
536
7,415
6,165
48,611
61 0 211
5,123
2,042
6,369
13,157
153 9 241
(iii)
(56)
(884)
(588)
(6,352)
(5 9 384)
(799)
(238)
(713)
(1,537)
44,988
7,860
122,C44
98,998
833,862
1,150,691
83,835
33,485
106,056
231,742
876,441 (162 662)
2,713,561
13,221
2,924
38,170
31,440
278,894
363,270
29,206
11 9498
33,357
74,461
29 aoiit au 4 septernbre, 1953
Terre-Neuve
Ile-du-Prince-Edonard
Nouvelle-Ecosse
Nouveau-Brunswick
Québec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
Colonibie-Britannique
Canada(1)- Entre parenthses.
(2) - Estimation.
5,635
4,162
32,101
25078
3,465
930
3,057
10,606
10,655
2 2 676
30,427
21,674
193,730
136,375
20,174
5,391
16,136
59,452
(47)
(8)
(241)
(148)
(1,204)
(1,012)
(209)
(92)
(156)
(568)
34,493
7005
97,576
66,449
551 9 419
416,555
56,111
15,134
50,175
188,088
87,367
496,690
(3 9 685)
1,483,305
1083
450
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