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73-001
1948
May
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Hon. C. D. Howe, M.P., LIBRARY
of Trade and Commerce
Publié par ordre
du três hon. C. D. Howe, M.P.,
Ministre du Commerce
CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE
IV
DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS
LABOUR AND PRICES STATISTICS DIVI5ION
MINISTERE DU COMMERCE
BUREAU FEDERAL DE LA STATISTIQUE
DIVISION DE STATISTIQUES
bu
TRAVAIL ET DES PRIX
STATISTICAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION OF THE
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ACT
RAPPORT STATISTIQUE SUR L'OPERATION DE LA
LOI D'ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE
MAY-1948-MAI
a.
(Compiled from Material supplied by the
Unemployment Insurance Commission)
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-1TABLEOFCONTENTS
Explanatory Text ................................................
Page
2
Table A. - Number of Claims Filed in the Local Offices in Each
Province by Type of Claim ............................
14
Table B. - Number of Live Unemployment Insurance Claims on the
Last Working Day of the Month, by Type of Claim, Sex
and Province .........................................
4
Table C. - Persons Signing the Live Unemployment Register by Number
of Days Continuously on the Register, Sex and 1'x'ovince .5
Table D. - Disposition of Initial, Renewal and Revised Claims;
Special Requests not Granted; Claims Referred to Courts
of Referees and Claims Pending at the end of the Month.. 6
Table E. - Claimants not Entitled to Benefit in Each Province with
Chief Reasons for Non-Entitlement .....................
7
Table F. - Number of Persons Receiving Benefit; Number Canmencing the
Receipt of Benefit on Initial and Renewal Claims; Number
of Days' Benefit Paid and Amount of Benefit Paid by Province 8
T A B L ED E SM A T I E R E S
TextsExplicatif .................................................
2
Tableau A. - Nombre de reclamations dCposCes aux bureaux beaux dana
chaque province, selon le genre de r6clamation ......
4
Tibieau B. - Nombre de reclamations actives d'assurance-ch2,mage is
dernier jour ouvrable du mois, selon le genre de
reclamation, is sexe et la province .................
4
Tableau C. - Personnes signant le registre actif du chmage sebon le
nombre de jours d' inscription continue au registre, is
se xe et la province ..................................
5
Tableau D. - Rglement des reclamations initiales, renouvelees et
revisées; demandes spCciales rejetées; r4clemationa
soumises aux trihunaux arbitraux, et reclamations
pendantes 'a la fin du mois ...........................
6
Tableau E. - Reclarnants n' ayant pas droit 'a is prestation dana chaque
province, et principales raisons de 1' inadmissibilit .. 7
Tableau F. - Nombre de prestataires; nombre de ceux qul commencent 'a
recevoir des prestations sur reclamation initiale et
reclamation renouvelee; nombre de jours indemnlsés et
montant des prestations versées par province ...........8
-2DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISUCS
LABOUR MD PRICES STATISTICS
UN1JIPLOYMrn INSURANCE
STATISTICL
Dominion Statistician Director, Labour and Prices Statistics : Chief, Unemployment Insurance Statistics : Herbert Marshall
H. F. Greenway
Neil L. Md(ellar
STATISTICAL RORT ON THE OPERATION OF 'lHk!. UNkMPLOYM12I INSURANCE_ACI.
During May, 42,257 claims for Unemployment Insurance benefit were
filed at local offices of the Unemployment Insurance Commission, compared with
59,265 during April and 36,199 in May 1947. These totals include revised claims
numbering 8,640 in May, 10,302 in April and 8,596 during May last year. A revised
claim is registered (either on the initiative of the claimant or of an officer
of the Commission) whenever circumstances arise necessitating the reconsideration
of an existing claim. Thus, the number of revised claims in a period need bear
no relation to employment or unemployment levels. Initial and renewal claims,
however, are registered on the initiative of the claimant who, in almost every
case, has been recently separated from his employment. In May, initial and
renewal claims totalled 33,617 as against /8,963 in April and 27,603 in May
1947.
Ordinary claims on the live unemployment register at May 31st
numbered 70,993 (47,665 males and 23,328 females) compared with 105,441 (78,267
males and 27,174 females) at April 30th and 59,410 (40,164 males and 19,246
females) at May 31, 1947. In addition, there were 5,593 (4,568 male and.l,025
female) other claims on the live unemployment register at May 31st as against
6047 (5,303 male and 1,044 female) at April 30th and 3,264 (2,800 male and
464 female) on May 31st last year . "Other claims" are largely short-time claims,
i.e. those filed by claimants whose place of employment has been put on shorttime.
Claimants on the live unemployment register at May 31st are
classified, In Table C, according to the number of days they have been continuously
on the register since the last Initial or renewal claim was filed. For this purpose an initial claim that Immediately follows the termination of a claimant' s
preceding benefit year Is ignored. The proportions of claimants In the various
categories is substantially unchanged compared with those at the end of April.
A total of 48,504 claims (Including 542 special requests not
granted and 1,039 referred to courts of referees ) was disposed of during May.
Special requests are revised claims arising out of requests for ante-dating,
extension of the two-year period and denendency rate of beneft Of the remainrg
46,923 casea, in whIch entitlent to benefit was the main queatton, 31,645 were
considered entitled to benefit and 15,298 not entitled to benefit.
Chief reasons given by adjudicating officers for considering
claimants not entitled to benefit were : "Insufficient contributions while in
insurable employment" 6,311 cases, "voluntarily left employment without just
cause" 2,914 cases, "refused an offer of suitable work and neglectea an opportunity to work" 2,297 cases, "not unemployed" 1,870 cases.
-2BUREAU FEDERAL DE LA
STATISTICJE
STATIS'IIQUES LU TRAVAIL ET DES PRIX
STATISTIC)UES DE L' ASSUR?NCE-CHOMAGE
¼
Statisticien du Dominion
Herbert Mursha11
H. F. Greenway
Directair, Statistiques du Travail et des Prix
Neil. L. Md(ellar
Chef, Statistiques do l'Assurance-Chmage
RAPPORT STATISTIUE SUE L'OPERATION DE LA LOl D'ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE.
Un thtal de 42,257 rc1amations de prestations d'aasurance-chniage
sont dposes aux bureaux beaux de la Commission d' assurance-chZmage en ma!,
contra 59,265 en avril et 36,199 en mal 1947. Ces chiffres comprennent 8,640 rEclamationa revises en ma!, 10,302 en avril et 8,596 en mai l'an dernier. Une rclanation revise eat enregistrée, (soit par le rc1amant, soit par un fonctionnaire
do la Commission) loraque lea circonstances exigent la revision d'une reclamation
déj'a existante. Ainsi, le nombre do reclamations revisées, durant une période,
ne so réfl'ete pas necessairement dans lea niveaux do 1' emplol et du chrnage.
Cependant, les reclamations initiales at renouve1es sont enregistrCes par lea
reciamants gui, dana presque tous lea cas, ont té separes recemment do lair
anploi. En mai, lea reclamations initialea et renouveiees s'él'event 'a 33,617, en
comparalson do 48,963 en avril et 27,603 en mai 1947.
La 31 ma!, 11 y a 70,993 .(47,665 homines et 23,328 femmea) rCclamations ordinaires inscrites au registre actif de ch2mage, en comparaison de
105,441 (78,267 hornmes et 27,174 femmea) le 30 avril et 59,410 (40,164 hommes et
19,246 fanmes) le 31 mai 1947. En outre, ii y a 5,593 (4,568 hornmes et 1,025
femmea) autres reciainante macrita an registre actif do chmage be 31 ma!, contra
6,347 (5,303 hommes et 1,044 femmes) le 30 avril et 3,264 (2,800 hornmea et 464
f'emmes) le 31 ma! P an dernier. Lea autres réclamants sont surtout des personnes
en ch2mage "partiel", i.e. celles qul travaillent 'a tampa reduit dana lea établisaements oi elles sont employees.
Le tableau C donne les personnes macrites au registre actif do
chmage le 31 mai, d' aprs le nombre do jours d' inscription continue an registre
depuis la derni'ere rCclamation initiale ou renouvelée. A cette fin, ii n' ect pas
tenu compte d'une rCclamation gui suit imm6diatement la fin de l'annde precedente
do prestation pour un reciamant. Lea proportions des reciamanta dens lea diversea
catCgories sent 'a pen pr'ea les mines que celles de la fin d' avril.
Un total do 48,504 reclamations (y compris 542 detnandos spéciales
qui sont reetees et 1,039 qui sont renvoyees aux bureaux arbitraux) sont adjugeoa
en mal. Lea demandes apeciaies sont des reclamations revisées relativement 'a
1' antidate, 'a 1' extension de la periode de deux ans et aux taux de preatation
pour lea personnea 'a charge. Sur lea autres 46,923 cas, oii V admissibilité aux
prestations cotistitue la prmncipale consideration, 31,625 caB sont considerea
cornme ayant droit 'a la prestation at 15,298 comme n'y- nyant pas droit.
-3During May, 107,347 persons received one or more benefit paymits
amounting to $3,666,566 for 1,887,287 compensated days of unemployment compared
with 139,477 persons who were paid $5,178,519 for 2,631,964 compensated unemployed
days in April and 83,982 persons paid $3,072,952 for 1,584,428 compensated days
in May 1947. The average duration of the unemp1oymit compensated was, then,
17.6 days in May, 18.9 days in April and 18.9 days in May last year. The average
amount of benefit paid per beneficiary was $34.16 in May, $37.13 in April and
$36.59 in May 1947. The average amount of benefit paid per compensated day of
unnployinent was $1.94 in May, $1.97 in April and $1.94 in May laat year.
Tables A to F 1 following, present data respecting the number of
claims filed and their disposition; the persons signing the live unemp1oymit
register by type of claim and by number of days continuously on the register, by
sex; chief reasons for non-entitlement t o benefit; number of days' benefit paid
and amount of benefit paid, by province, for the month of MAY 1948, with
comparative figures for May 1947.
I. - For a more complete explanation
of the institutional background
of the various tables and of their
contents, see the JUNE 1 9 4 7
report in this series.
-3Lea principales raisons d'inadinisibi1ité la prestation donnes
par les adjudicateurs sont los suivantes: "contributions insuffiantes dane Un
np1oi assurable", 6,311 cas; "empici quitt4 volontairement sans raison valable",
2,914 cas; "refus d'une offre do travail et nógligence de salair une occasion
de travalfler", 2,297 cas; "non en chmage", 1,870 CflB.
En mai, un total de 107,347 personnes reçoivent une ou plusieurs
prestations au montant de $3,666,566 pour 1,887,287 jours do ch2mage indemnis4,
en comparaison de 139,1+77 personnes qui reçoivent $5,178,519 pour 2,631,964 joura
de chmage indemnisé en avril et 83,982 personnes qui touchent $3,072,952 pour
1,584,428 •jours de chmage indemnis en mai 1947. Ainsi, la dure moyenne de
chmage indemnis4 est de 17.6 jours en inal, 18.9 jours en avril et 18.9 jours en
mai 1 1 n dernier. La montent moyen de prestatione payes par prestataire est de
$34.16 en mai, $37.13 en avril et $36.59 en mal 1947. Le montpnt maven de orestations pay4es par jour de chmagr Sr,.riae s'eleve 'a $1.94 en nsi, $1.97 on
avril at $1.94 en mai l'an dernier.
Les tableaux A 'a F1 , qui suivent, offrent des données concernant
lo nombre de rc1amations dposes et leur rg1ement; is nombre de personnes ayant
sign le registre actif de 1' assurance-ch2mage, selon le genre de rc1anation at
salon le nombre de jours d'inscription continue an registre, par sexe; lea
principales causes d'inadmissibi11t mix prestations; le nombre de jours indemniss at le montant des prestations verses, par province, pour le mois do MAI
1948 avec chifTres coinparatifs de inai 1947.
1. - Pour plus maples dtai1s sur
l'arri'ere-plsn des institutions
servant do base aux différents
tableaux et le contenu de ces
tableaux, voir le rapport de JUIN
1947 faisant partie de la prsente
srie.
Table A. - Number of Claims Filed in the Local Offices In Each Province by Type of 6 laim, MAY 1948 and 1947.
I
Province
Total
U
a v191.
90
1,535
1,169
7,262
6,080
1,458
418
926
2,976
.
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Claims Filed Renewal
Revised
Initial
Prince Edward Island
169
Nova Scotia ........ ..3,144.
New Brunswick .......2,296
Quebec.............. 3,240
Ontario............. 12,673
Manitoba............ 2,771
962
Saskatchewan ......
Alberta ............. 1,643
British Columbia ...
5,359
Total
g
26
1,040
792
2,689
4,469
658
135
343
1,551
53
569
335
3 1 289
2,124
655
409
374
832
J-Claim8
Total
Initial
133
3,652
1,524
11,586
10,170
3,086
1,131
1,311
3,606 .
79
1,993
873
6,330
5098
1,585
440
716
1,964
Filed
Renewal
27
1038
290
2,038
2,928
694
143
274
793
Revised
27
621
361
3,218
1,844.
807
548
321
849
42,25721,91411,7038964036,19919,3788,2258,596
Table B. - Number of Live Untp1oyment Insurance Claims on the Last Working Day of MAY 1948 and 1947, by
Type of Claim, Sex and Province.
May1948
M a y1947
Province Ordinary Claims Other ClaimsOrdinary Claims
1 Other Claims
Total. Male Female Total Male Female
Total Male Female I Total Male Female
Prince Edward Island
425
Nova Scotia
.6,446
New Brunswick .......3,435
Quebec..............22,609
Ontario.............17,307
Manitoba ............ 5,045
Saskatchewan ........1,867
Alberta ............2,599
British Columbia
11,260
........
Total -
[70, 99 3
330
5,270
2,755
15,537
10,358
2,782
1,206
1 1 770
7,657
95
1,176
680
7,072
6,949
2,263
661
829
3,603
47,66
23028
1
682
257
650
173
1,287
593
840
685
54
25
2
4
2,330 2,322
118
138
1
32
84
694
155
29
2
8
20
4,568
1,025
5,593
-
28987
5,894 1,042
2,110441
13,287 5,142
8,796 7,031
2,939 1,946
1,049550
1,370654
4,430 2,353
5
3
677
575
41
39
563
336
347
284
5
5
6
5
1,527 1,504
93
49
2
102
2
227
63
59,410 40,164 19,246
3,264 2,800
464
376
6,936
2,551
18,429
15,827
4,885
1099
2,024.
6,783
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23
44
4
Tableau A. - Nombre de reclamations déposées aux bureaux locaux dens cheque province, selon le genre de
reclamation, MAI 1948 et 1947.
Mai
1 94 8
kteclwiiations dCposées
Province
Total
lie du Prince Edcuard
Nouvelle Ecosse
169
3,144
Nouveau Brunswick
2,296
Québec............... 13,240
Ontario..............12,673
Manitoba .............2,771
Saskatchewan
962
Alberta..............1,643
Colombie Britannique
5,359
Total -
2,257
Initiales
Total
Initiales
53
569
335
3,289
2,124
655
409
374
832-
133
3,652
1,524
11,586
10,170
3,086
1,131
1,311
3,606
79
83 640
36,199
RonouvelCes Revisées
90
1,535
1,169
7,262
6,080
1,458
418
926
2,976-
Mai
Reclamations
-
21,914
26
1,040
792
2,689
4,469
658
135
343
1,551
11,703
1947
Déposées
Renouvelées RevisCes
873
6,330
5098
1,585
440
716
1,964
27
1,038
290
2 1 038
2,928
694
143
274
793
27
621
361
3,218
1,844
807
548
321
849
19,378
8,225
8,596
1,993
Tableau B. - Nornbre de reclamations actives d'aasurarice-chmage le dernier jour ouvrable de MAI 1948 et 1947,
selon le genre de reclamation, le sexe et la province.
Province
1948
Re'clamations ordinaires Autres reclamations
Mai
Rouimes Famines
Total
330
95
5,270
1,176
680
2,755
7,072
15,537
10,358
6,949
2,263
2,782
1,206
661
1,770
829
3,603
7,657
170,993 47,66523028
1
682
257
1,287
840
54
4
2,330
13&
Total
lie du Prince Edouard
425
Nouvelle Ecosse .....
6,446
Nouveau Brunswick
3,435
Québec.............. 22,609
Ontario ............. 17,307
Manitoba ............
5,045
1,867
Saskatchewan ........
Alberta .............
2,599
Coloinbie Britannique. 11,260
Total -
5,593
HommesFenmie
-
650
173
593
685
25
2
2,322
118
-
1
32
84
694
155
29
2
8
20
568 1,025
J
Mai1947
-Autrea rCclamationa
Reclamations ordinaj.res
Total
IiornniesFemmes
ITotalHommesFenixnes
289
87
376
5
677
1,042
6,936
5,894
2,110
41
2,551
441
563
18,429 13,287
5,142
8,796 7,031
347
15,827
1,946
4,885 2,939
5
6
550
1,049
1,599
1,527
1,370
2,024
654
4,430
93
6,783
2053
,41O4O,i6h19,246f3, 264
3
575
39
336
284
5
5
1,504
49
2,800
2
102
2
227
63
-
1
23
44
464
Table C. - Persons Signing the Live Unemployment Register by Number of Days
Continuously on the Register, Sex and Province, as of MAY 31, 1948.
f
Number of Days Continuously on the Register
and
6andIi
To
49-72 73
over
under7-1213-2425-48
Province and Sex
f
426
330
96
58
45
13
23
17
6
31
25
6
76
52
24
54
38
16
184
153
ji
Nova Scotia
Male
Female
7,128
5020
1 2 208
1,020
884
136
472
405
67
773
647
126
1,286
1,060
226
907
710
197
2,670
2,214
456
New Brunswick
Male
Female
3,692
2,928
764
760
662
98
236
173
63
473
362
111
638
503
135
490
396
94
1,095
832
263
Quebec.............
Male
Female
23,896
16,130
7,766
3,542
2,373
1,169
1,869
1,253
616
2 1,937
1,958
979
4,652
3,159
1,493
3,046
2,203
843
7,850
5,184
2,666
Ontario ............
Male
Female
18,147
11,043
7 1 104
3,480
2,190
1,290
1,689
1,042
647
2,035
1,176
859
3,012
1,785
1,227
1,987
1,126
861
5,944
3,724
2,220
Manitoba ...........
Male
Female
5,099
2,807
2,292
629
303
326
314
137
177
641
338
303
939
508
431
585
328
257
1,991
1,193
798
Saskatchewan
Male
Female
1,871
1 0 208
663
171
106
65
88
50
38
192
119
73
331
201
130
231
147
84
858
585
273
Alberta
Male
Female
4,929
4,092
837
648
525
123
1,178
1,111
67
1,123
1,037
86
737
557
180
320
200
120
923
662
261
11,398
7,775
3,623
1,370
907
463
827
585
242
1,425
1,024
401
2,125
1,407
718
1,755
1,164
591
3,896
2,688
1,208
Prince Edward Island
Male
Female
British Columbia
Male
Female
76,586 11,6786,6969,630 13,7969,375 25,411
WTAL -
Male 52,233 7,995 4,7736,6869,2326,312 17,235
Female
24,353 3,683 1,9232,9444,5643,0638,176
t
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C. -
Tableau
Personnes signant le registre actif du chinage selon le nombre
de jours d' inscription continue au registre, le sexe et la
province, au 31 MAI 1948.
Nombre de joure d'inscription continue au re istre
Province et sexe
Total
6 et
moms
7-12
I
13-24
1
25-48
I 49-7273pluset
lie du Prince Edouard
Hommes
Femmes
426
330
96
58
45
13
23
17
6
31
25
6
76
52
24
54
38
16
184
153
31
.....
7,128
5,920
1,208
1,020
884
136
472
405
67
773
647
126
1,286
1,060
226
907
710
197
2,670
2,214
456
3,692
2,928
764
760
662
98
236
173
63
473
362
111
638
503
135
490
396
94
1,095
832
263
H ommes
F emine s
..............
23,896
16,130
7,766
3,542
2,373
1,169
1,869
1,253
616
2,937
1,958
979
4,652
3,159
1,493
3,046
2 0 203
843
7,850
5,184
2,666
Ontario .............
Hommes
F emmes
18,147
11,043
7,104
3,480
2,190
1,290
1,689
1,042
647
2,035
1,176
859
3,012
1,785
1,271
1,987
1,126
861
5,944
3,724
2,220
Manitoba
H ommes
F emmes
5,099
2,807
2,292
629
303
326
314
137
177
641
338
303
939
508
431
585
328
257
1,991
1,193
798
Saskatchewan . ..
H orne S
F ernmes
1,871
1,208
663
171
106
65
88
50
38
192
119
73
331
201
130
231
147
84
858
585
273
Alberta .............
H omine S
F emm es
4,929
4,092
837
648
525
123
1,178
1,111
67
1,123
1,037
86
737
557
180
320
200
123
923
662
261
Femmes
11,398
7,775
3,623
1,370
907
463
827
585
242
1,425
1,024
401
2,125
1,407
718
1,755
1,164
591
3,896
2,688
1,208
H ommes
F enimes
76,586
52,233
24,353
11,678
7,995
3,683
6,696
4,773
1,923
9,630
6,686
2,944
13,796
9,232
4,564
9,375
6,31
3,063
25,411
17,235
81176
Nouvelle Ecosse
H ommes
F emmes
Nouveau Brunswick
H onunes
Fenmes
Quebec
Coloinbie Britannique
H omme s
TOTAL -
Table D. - Disposition of Initial (I), Renewal (R) and Revised (Rev.) Claims;
Special Requests not Grante&- ; Claims Referred to Courts of Referees andz.
Claims Pending at the and of the Month of MAY 1948 and 1947.
Claims
Total
A d j u d i c a t e d
Special
Requests
no
Granted
iiSpO8vi
Entitled to Benefit
of
Prov.
Rev.1
R
I
May
Not Entitled to
ene it
I
194
8
R
Rev.
Claims
Referred to
Courts of
Rere
Rev.
Rev.
5
67
28
238
85
43
15
25
36
5
95
48
303
289
95
40
51
113
P.E.I.
N. S.
N. B.
Qua.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
198
3,464
2,473
15,068
13,566
3,702
1,515
2,977
5,541
62
854
713
4,814
4,857
1,526
542
1,488
2,461
26
998
708
2,235
4,281
644
151
338
1,317
26
289
137
1,302
845
272
163
245
331
45
946
683
4,292
1,929
815
391
650
795
488
332
85
17
64
129
28
148
104
1,396
948
222
196
116
359
Total -
48,504
17017
10,698
3,610
10,546
1,235
3,517
542
1,039
1
51
17
384
244
83
18
20
77
14
257
156
1,351
1,151
338
244
90
480
(2)
10
112
59
751
336
147
65
88
262
May
P. E .1.
N.S.
N.B.
Quo.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
163
4,050
1,576
13,137
11,036
3,348
1,284
1,428
4,152
Total:
40,174
69
1,383
472
4,153
4,448
1,235
325
616
1,619
114,32
22
926
279
1,869
2,725
599
131
248
713
1
67
52
1947
9
273
149
11409
311
265
304
173
214
38
1,048
444
3,220
1,821
681
197
193
787
3
8,4298954,081
- 1,830
Ii
Pending
I
R
Rev.
35
506
387
2,650
2,359
330
4
207
170
790
384
83
152
28
32
1,238
381
9
107
95
598
196
73
38
62
189
7,919
2,079
1,367
637
1,792
1,639
730
152
210
1,545
5
260
129
447
371
208
42
67
303
9
238
141
383
415
10
3
49
272
7,777
1,832
].,630
I262
I
70
III
1,002
Includes such requests as ante-dating, extension of the two-year period and cancellation of benefit year.
2. - Not available.
4
a'
do
Tableau D. - R'eglement des rc1amat1ons Initiales (I), renouvelées (1k) et revisées (Rev.);
demandes spcia1es rejetées 1
r4clamations souznises aux tribunaux arbitraux, et réclamati.ons pendantes 'a la fin du mois,
MAI 1948 et 1947.
ic1aina-j
Rcciamation a
j ug e, es
Total
)emandes tionau-u
des rc1
droit
a
la
N'ayant
pas
Pendantes
Ayant droitI la
spcia1es nises a"I
Prov.
mations
prestation
tribunau)9
prestation
rejetees
I
r6 lees
arbitra1nq
-
I.P.E.
198
3,464
N.E.
2,473
N. B.
15,068
QuC.
13,566
Ont.
Man.
3,702
Sask.
1,515
2,977
Alta.
C. B.
5,541
Total
I.P.E.
N.E.
N. B.
48,504
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
C.B.
163
4050
1,576
13,137
11,036
3,348
1,284
1,428
4,152
Total
074
Que.
Rev.
R
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
I
ft
Rev.
1
67
52
488
332
85
17
64
129
28
148
104
1,396
948
222
196
116
359
5
67
28
238
85
43
15
25
36
5
95
4.8
303
289
95
40
51
113
35
506
387
2,650
2059
330
152
262
1,238
4
207
170
790
384
83
28
32
381
9
107
95
598
196
73
38
62
189
10,546 1,235
3,517
542
1,039
7,919
2,079
1067
14
257
156
1051
1,151
338
244
90
480
(2)
10
112
59
751
336
147
65
88
262
170
5
260
129
44.7
371
208
42
67
303
9
238
141
383
4.15
120
3
49
272
I
R
62
854
713
4,,814
4,857
1,526
542
1,488
2,461
Mai
26
998
708
2,235
4,281
644
151
38
1 1 317
194 8
26
45
946
289
137
683
1 1 302
4,292
845
1,929
272
815
391
163
650
245
795
331
10,698
3,610
Mal
22
926
279
1,869
2,725
599
131
248
713
1947
38
9
273
1,048
149
444
3,220
1,409
1,821
311
681
265
197
304
193
173
787
214
17,317
69
1,383
472
4,153
4,448
1,235
325
616
1,619
J7_
I
1
51
17
384
244.
83
18
20
77
_41
___
tl
1,002
637
1,792
lj1,639
730
152
210
1045
!
f
7.171Z 1 ,832630
1. - Y compris demandes d' antidate, de prolongation de la période de deux ens et d' annu].ation de 11 annee de
prestation.
2. - Pas diaponibles.
1fTfJf[j
Table E. - Claimants not Entitled to Benefit in Each Province During MAY 1948
and 1947, with Chief Reasons for Non-Entitlement.
Reasons for
Non-Entitlement
Year CANAD PEI N.S
Insufficient Contributions while in
insurable employment
1948
6311
1947 5302
Not unemployed 1948I 1870
1947737
30756
34860
579
408
2558
1935
472
70
21
9
1051
515
-
Not capable of and1948
not available for 1947
work
60
6522
626-23
Loss of work due to a labour1948
1947
dispute
205
581
Refused offer of work
1948
and ne1ected opportunity to work1947
2297
2815
Man. Seskf1teiC
883
876
531
394
201
119
357
105
4i
571
314
27
79
49
139
49
164
12
26
6
241 201 21
33
24 213 242
39
35 22 37
51 10 24
3--97 94 --92
-148276 346 ---9
1787
8137
78
70
764 689
868 867
24
112
30
14
222
151
157
243
102
140
15
13
5
14
72 331
75 407
Discharged for
ml conduct
1948503
1947305
Voluntarily left
employment without
just cause
1948 2914 16 129 81 1036 775 275 61 153 388
1947 2628 996 73 1046 702 290 58 84 270
Other Reascns
-
156
84
17
3
34
13
546233 17 207 97 44 61 36 49
411110 17 151 72 74 28 14 44
TOTAL - 1948 1529874 1161 839 6176 3209 1122 604 830 1283
1947 1340553 1356 617 4955 3216 1102 459 303 1344
I
-7ah1eau E. - Réc1mants n'ayant pas droit 'a la prestation dane chaque province
en MAI 1948 et 1947 et principales raisons de 1 1 inamissibi1it.
Raisons de Anne CANADA IPE N.E. N.B.
1 1 inadmis6ibi1it
Qua.
Ont. Man. Sask Alta. C.BJ
V
Contributions inuf- 1948 6311
fisantes dans un
19475302
emploi assurable
30
34
756
860
579
408
2558
1935
883
876
531
394
201
119
357
105
416
571
1948
1870
Pas en chmge 1947737
4
72
70
21
9
1051
515
314
27
79
49
139
49
164
12
26
6
2
60
23
33
24
241
213
201
242
21
39
35
51
22
10
37
24
Incapable de
652
travailler at non1948
1947626
disponible
Perte de travail
un diffrend
due
ouvrier
'a
At -
-
19482053
1947581- 148
-9794 -276 346 - -
Refuse une offre de
travail et laisse
passer une occasion
de travailler
1948
1947
2297
2815
78 764 689 157 102
70 868 867 243 140
72 331
75 407
Cong6di pour
incondui te
1948
1947
503
305
17 34
3 13
Emploi quitté
vo1ontairnent
sans raison
valable
1948
1947
2914
2628
16
9
Autres raisons
1948
1947
546
411
2
1
TOTAL -
1948
1947
15298
13405
1787
8137
92
9
30
14
222
151
156
84
15
13
5
14
129
96
81
73
1036
1046
775
702
275
290
61
58
153
84
388
270
33
10
17
17
207
151
97
72
44
74
61
28
36
14
49
44
74 1161
53 1356
839
617
6176
4955
3209 1122
3216 1102
604
459
24
112
-
830 1283
303 1344
Table F. - Number of Persons Receiving Benefit;
Number Commencing the Receipt of Benefit on Initial and Renewal Claims;
Number of Days' Benefit Paid and Amount of Benefit Paid;
by Province, MAY 1948 and 1947.
Province
NuinberCommencinBen j
Number
On
On
Receiving Total
Renewal
Initial
Persons
Benefit
Claims
Claims
Ma
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia ........
New Brunswick
Quebec .............
Ontario............
Manitoba...........
Saskatchewan.......
Alberta............
British Columbia
Total -
y1
18
722
527
1,773
3,284
525
136
2,134
1,478
7,525
7,891
1,957
118
1,412
951
5,752
4,607
1,432
6,145
14,205
2,181
3,465
1 1 882
2,473
299
992
107,347
27,576
19,310
8,266
809
683
Amount of
Denefit
Paid (in
Dollars)
948
837
9,255
4,901
32,909
26,433
8,155
4,50'7
Number
of uays
Benefit
Paid
126
15,528
178,678
90,302
621,563
424,693
137,603
29,121
362,547
179,516
1 0 147,596
831,574
262,620
71,001
1413,286
89,734
183,239
258,185
529,067
1,887,287
3,666,566
13,997
181,979
64,649
529,195
400410
117,392
48,891
57,274
170,941
25,788
372,799
127,976
984,167
777,597
225,848
94,631
115,166
348,980
May1947
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia........
New Brunswick ......
Quebec.............
Ontario ............
Manitoba...........
Saskatchewan .......
Alberta............
British Columbia
695
8,8013
3,364
27,623
21,076
6,555
2,980
3,504
9,381
141
2,729
961
6,526
5,171
1,804
606
918
2,078
131
2,216
765
5,120
3,991
1,301
483
729
1,597
10
513
196
1 1 406
1 0 180
503
123
189
481
Total - 83,98220,934 160334,6011,584,428 3,072,952
Tableau F. - Nombre de prestataires;
nombre de ceux qui conunencent I recevoir des prestationa sur
r clamation initiale et rclamation renouvele;
nombre de jours indnniss et montant des prestations verses
par province, MAI 1948 et 1947.
[1
I
Province
lie du Prince Edouard
Nouvelle kcosse .....
Nouveau Brunswick
Qwbec ..............
Ontario .............
Manitoba ............
Saskatchewan ........
Alberta .............
Colombie Britannique.
Total -
lie du Prince Edouard
Nouvelle Ecosse .....
Nouveau Brunswick
Queb ec ..............
0 ntario .............
Manitoba ............
Saskatchewan ........
1berta .............
Colombie Britannique.
Total -
Nombre
de
prestataires
837
9,255
4,901
32,909
26,433
8,155
4,507
6,145
14,205
Noinbre de ceux qui conunencent
'a recevoir des prestations
Nombre Montant
de jours des
Sur rcla- Sur rc1a-, indem- prestanisstionØ
Totalmationmation
verses
initialerenouvele
Ma
136
2,134
1,478
7,525
7,891
1,957
809
2,181
3,465
i1948
118
1,412
951
5,752
4,607
1,432
683
1,882
2,473
18
722
527
1 1,773
3,284
525
126
299
992
15,52829,121
178,678 362047
90,302 179,516
621,563 1,147,596
424,693 831,574
137,603 262,620
71,001 141,286
89,734 183,239
529,067
258,185
107,34727,57619,3108,266 1,887,287 3,666,566
695
8,804
3,364
27 9 623
21,076
6,555
2,980
3,504
9081
Ma
141
2,729
961
6,526
5,171
1,804
606
918
2,078
i1947
131
10
2,216
513
196
765
5,120
1,406
1,180
3,991
1001
503
123
483
729
189
1,597
481
13,997
181,979
64,649
529,195
400,110
117,392
48,891
57,274
170,941
25,788
372,799
127,976
984,167
777,597
225,848
94,631
115,166
348,980
83,98220,93416,3334,601 1,584,428 39072,952
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