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Published by Authority of the Rt. Hon. C. D. Howe, M.P Minister of Trade and Commerce
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CANADA
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE
DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS
LADOUR AND PRICES DIVISION
MINISTERE DU COMMERCE
BUREAU FEDERAL DE LA STATISTIQUE
DIVISION DU TRAVAIL ET DES PRIX
STATISTICAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION OF THE
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ACT
RAPPORT STATISTIQUE SUR L'OPERATION DE LA
LOt D'ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE
NOVEMBER-1948-NOVEMBRE
(Compiled from Material supplied by the
(Publié d'après la matière fournie par
la Commission d'Assurance-Chomage)
Unemployment Insurance Commission)
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T A B L E OFCONTENTS
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Table A. - Number of Claims Filed in the Local Offices in Each
Province by Type of Claim .............................
4
Table B. - Number of Live Unemployment Insurance Claims on the Last
Working Day of the Month, by Type of Claim, Sex Rnd Province 4
Table C. - Persons Signing the Live Unemployment ..tegister by Number
of Days Continuously on the Register, bex and Province .. 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 Commencing the
Receipt of Benefit on Initial and Renewal Claims; Number of
Days' Benefit Paid and Amount of Benefit P51d by Province 8
T A EL ED E SM A T I E R E S
TexteExplicatif ..................................................
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Tableau A. - Ncmhre de rclamations dpos6e5 aux bureaux beaux dana
chaque province, sebon le genre de rclamation 4
Tableau B. - Ncinhre de rclamations actives d' assurance-chmage Is
dernier jour ouvrahle du mois, selon le genre de
rclamation, Is sexe et la province ..................
4
Tableau C. - Persennes signant Is registre actif du chmage selon Is
riombre de jours d'inscription continue au registre, Is
sexe et la province ..................................
5
Tableau B. - R'eginent des rclamations initiales, renouveles at
revi&ies; demandes spciales rej etes; rclamations
soumises aux tribunaux arhitraux, et rclamations
p endarites 'a la fin du mois ...........................
6
Tableau E. - Rclamants n'ayant pas droit 'a la prestation dens cheque
province, et principales raisona de 1 1 inadmissibilit4.. 7
Tableau F. - Nombre de prestataires; nombre de ceux qui commericent 'a
recevoir des prestations stir r6clamation initiale et
rclsmation renouvelée; nombre de jours indemniss et
montant des prestations versées par province 8
-2EOiINION BUR1AU OF STA1ISTICS
LABOUR AND PRICES STATISTICS
Ni1PLOYME11 11 INSURANCESTATISTICS
Dominion Statistician
Director, Labour and Prices Statistics
Chief, Unemployment Insurance Statistics
Herbert Marshall
H. F. Greenway
Neil L. Md(ellar
STATISTICPIL RORT ON THE OPERATION OF THE NPLOYMh11T INSURANCS ACT.
During November, 73,119 claims for Unenipicyment Insurance benefit
were filed in local offices of the Unemployment Insurance Commission, compared
with 43,620 in October and 47,372 during November 1947. These total& include
revised claims (numbering 6,693 in November, 5,516 in October end 4087 in
November last year) which are reconsiderations, for any reason, of existing
claims. Thus, initial and renewal claims, representing mainly new cases
of recorded unemployment among insured persons, totalled 66,426 in November,
38,104 in October and 42,385 in November last year. Increases in the number
of claims of all types in November as against October were reported in all
provthces.
Ordinary claims on the live unemployment register at November
30th totalled 83,710 (62,806 male and 20,904 female) compared with 55,384
(36,881 male and 18,503 female) at October 31st and 59,555 (42,756 male and
16,799 female) on November 30th, 1947. As in the case of the number of claims
filed, the number of ordinary live claims on the register in each province was
greater at the end of November than at the end of October. Ordinary claims
are those filed by persons who have separated from their former empicyment
either permanently or on the basis of a temperary layoff. In addition there
were 4,143 (3,264 male and 879 female) "other claims" on the live unempicy
meat register at November 30th compared with 4,460 (3,487 male and 973
female) at October 31st and 2,913 (2,025 male and 888 female) on November
30th last year. These claims are filed largely by those who have been put
on short-time at their places of employment.
Those on the live register at November 30th are also classified
according to the number of days they have been continucusly on the register
since the last initial or renewal claim was filed. In arriving at the number
of days in each case, an initial claim that immediately follcws the
terminaticn of a benefit year is ignored and non-working days such as Sundays
are not counted. Short periods of casual employment, generally being of
less than one a duration, which do not result in filing a renewal claim
are not considered as breaking the period on the register, while the days
so employed are not counted as days on the register.
A total of 63,408 claims was cisposed of during November,
including 342 special renuests not granted (i.e. requests for ante-dating,
extension of the two-year period and dependency rate of benefit) and 793
claims referred to courts of referees for further consideration. Of the
remaining 62,273 claims, 48,774 were considered entitled to benefit and 13,499
not entitled to benefit.
-2BUREAU FEDERAL DE LA STATISTIQUIi
STATISTIQUES LU TRAVAIL ET DES PHIX
STATISTIQU ES DE L' ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE
Statisticien (in Dominion
Di.recteiir, Statictirues dii Travi1 et des
Prix
Chef, Statistinues de 1'Assurance-Chmage
Herbert Marshall
H. F. Greenway
Neil L. Md(eflar
RAPVOHT SJATISTIQUE SUf. L'0PiRATI0N DE LA L0I 0' ASSUlANL.E-GH0MAGE
En ncvembre, 73,119 rtclanstions de prestations d'assurance-chmage
sont thposées an hureaux iccaux de Ia Commission d'aurance-chmage, en cornparaison de 43,620 en octobre et 1+7,372 en novembre 1947. Ges totaux càtnprennent
lea rc1ainations revises (6,693 en novembre, 5,516 en octobre et 4,987 en
novembre l'an dernier) oui constituent, dans chac]ue eas, un rexainen, pour une
raison nuelconcue, d'une r6clamatlon dj'a exi.stante. Ainsi, lea reclFmaticns
initiales et renouvele nul repraentent surtout des ncuveaux cas de chrnage
66,426 en novembre, 38,104
enregistre parmi lea personnes assur4es, s'1'event
en octobre et 42,385 en novembre Pan dernier. Lea rclemations de toutes aortas
augmentent dens toutea lea provinces en novembre comparativenent 'a octobre.
'a
Le 30 novembre, lea rc1amations ordinaires macrites eu registre
actif de chmage a' dlvent
83,710 (62,806 hommes et 20,904 femmes), en
comparaison de 55,384 (36,81 hommea et 18,503 femmes) le 31 octobre et 59,555
(12,756 hcmmes ot 16,799 fernrnoa) le 30 novernbre 1947. eomine dans le cas dii
nombre de r6clnmations dóposes, le nombre do rc1amations ordinaires macrites
an registre actif augmente dans tcuten lea provinces 'a is fin de novembre
par rapport 'a la fin d'octobre. Los rcSclamations ordinaires sont dposez per
des personnes assures oui ant laicsf, leur empiol ddfinitivement ou.qui ont 6t
congdies pour un certain ternps. En plus, ii y a 4,143 "autres rc1aination&'
(3,264 hornmes et 879 femmes) macrites au registre actif de chmage le 30
riovembre, en comparaison do 4,460 (3,1487 hommea et 973 femmes) le 31 octobre
et 2,913 (2,025 homines et 888 femmes) le 30 novembre 1' an dernier. Ces rc1amatioris sont aurtout dposes par des personnes nui travaillent 'a temps rduit
dana lea 6tahlLssements cii elles sont empioyes.
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Lea personnes thacrites an registre actif do chmage le 30
ncvemhre sent aucs -i. clascáes selon le nombre do jours d' inscription continue
au registre depuis leur dorni'ere ráclwnation initiale ou renouve1€e. Dana
le calcul du ncrnbre do .jours pour chacun des cas, ii n'est pas tenu compte d'ufle
r.c1omaticn initiale r,ui suit imm€diatement 1' expiration d'une ann6e ue prestation,
non plus oue des jours de repos, tels cue lea dimanches. Les courte p6riodes
d' eniploi. intermittent qui, d'ordinaire, sont de moths d'une semaino et n' entrainent pea is dpcsition d'une r6claznation rcnouvele ne sont pas considéres
strement, tout do me ces
comma despriodes qul brisent is dure do 1' enregi
joura d'emploi ne sont pas comptds dens le registre.
Un total de 63,408 rclematicns sorit adjuges en novembre, y
compris 342 rc1ainationa sp6a'ciales rejet6es (demendes relatives 'a 1' anticthte,
1' extension do la p€riode do deux aria et mx taux de prestatiori pour lea
'a
Chief reasons given by insurance officers for considering claimants
not entitled to benefit were : "insufficient contributions while in insurable
employment" 5,564 cases, "voluntarily left employment without just cause" 3,745
cases, "refused an cffer of work or neglected an opportunity to work" 1,162 cases,
"not capable of and not available for work" 608 cases , "not unemployed" 558
cases.
During November, 64,960 persons received one or more benefit p.yments
amounting to $2,283,383 for 1,106,864 compensated days compared with 50,454
beneficiaries who were paid $1,763,559 for 878,430 compensated unemployed days
in October and 45,106 beneficiaries paid $1,555,397 for 813,780 compensated
uriemployec days during November 1947. Thu, the average duration of the unemployment compensated was 17.0 in November, 17.14 days in October and 18.0 ds during
November last year. The average amount of benefit paid per beneficiary was $35.15
in November, $34.95 in October and $34.48 in November 1947. The average amount
of benefit paid per compensated day of unemployment was $2.06 in November,
$2.01 in October and $1.91 in November of last year.
It should be noted in connection with the data on benefit payments
that an amendment to the Unemployment Insurance Act, effective October 4, 1948,
increased the daily rate of benefit for those having a dependent. The percent
increases are not uniform throughout the range of benefit rates, ranging
from nothing :t the lowest rate to about 8% on the highest rate. At the same
time a new contribution class was added for those earning 34.00 or more a
week with a higher contribution rate and correspondingly higher benefit. The
full effect of this change will not, however, he apparent unti.1 May 1949.
Tables A to F1 following, present data respecting the number of
claims filed and their disposition; the persons signing the live unemployment
register by type of claim and by number of days continuously on the register,
by sex; chief reasons for non-entitlement to benefit; number of days' benefit
paid and amount of benefit paid, by province, for the month of N0VkMBR 1 948,
with comparative figures for November 1947.
1.
For a more complete explanation
of the institutional background
of the various tables and of
their contents , see the JUNE 1947,
report_in this series.
-3persorines i charge), et 793 rtciamations cui sont renvcyées aux tribunaux
arbttraux, pour plus ample examen. Sur les autres 62,273 r6c1m.nt, 48,774
scnt ccncidr€s ccmme ayant draft 'a la prestation et 13,499 comme n'y :yant pas
droit.
Les principales raisons d'inadmissibilit6 'a la prestrition, telles
qu' elles sent dEc1arec par les fonctIonnaires de 1' assurance sont: "contributions thsuffisantes dane Un emploi assurable't, 5,564 cas; "empici ouit.t6
volontairernent sans raison valable", 3,745 ass; "refuse iine :f;re de travail
et laise passer une occasion de travaillertt, 1,162 cas; "incapable de travailler
ou non disponihle't, 608 cas; "non en ch?mag&', 558 cas.
En novembre, 64,960 perscnnes reçoivent uric ou plusieurs prestations au montant de $2,283,383 pour 1,106,864 jours de chmage indemnis, en
ccmparaison de 50 ) 14 54 prestataires recevant $1,763,559 pour 878,430 jours de
chmage indemnis€ en octobre et 45,106 prestataires rocevant $1,555,397 pour
813,780 jours de chmsge indemnis en novernhre 1947. Ainsi, la dure moyenne
de chmage indemnis6 eat de 17.0 jours en novembre, 17.4 en octobre et 18.0 en
novembre 1' an dernier. Le montant moyen de prestations payes par prestata ire
eat de 0,35.15 en novembre, $34.95 en ectobre et $34.48 en novemtxe 1947. Le
montant moyen de prestRtions payes par .jcur de chmage inciemnisé a' 1ve ii
$2.06 en novernhre, $2.01 en octobre et $1.91 en novembre l'an derriler.
grt ce oui concerne les dcnriéea sur le palement de prestatioris,
11 eat 'a remarquer cue la modification 'a la Lci d' assurance-chBmage, en
vigueur depuis le If octobre 1948, dcr'ete 1' augmentation du tau.x quctidien des
prestations payóes aux prestataires oui ant une perscnne 'a charge. L' augmentation en pourcentage n'est pas uniforme sur 4 ete 1 1 ehe11e des prestations
et ella vane de rien nu plus baa taux 'a envii-n 8 p.100 aux taux lea plus
1ev6s. Au We moment, une ncuvelle catgcrie a ct ajcute pour lea perconnes
touchant $34.00 cu plus par sernaine; As contributions acnt plus &eves et
las prestaticna sent prcperti.onnellement rehausses. Nunmoins, P effet
entier de ce changement ne se rnan:Lfestera pas avant mal. 1949.
Lea tableaux A i F', cui suivent, offrent des donnes concernant le nombre de r4ciamctions dpoa3ea et leur r'eglement; le nombre de
personnes aynnt signc le registre actif de V assurance-chmage, per genre ue
rc1nmnticn selcn le nombre de •jcurs d' inscription continue vu registre, par
soxe; los principales causes d' inadrniasibilLt aux presttions; ic nombre
de jours indemriia6s et i.e montont des prestnticns versea, par province,
pour le mois de NOVEMBRE 1948 avec chiffrea compartifc de novembre 19147.
1. Pour plus ample 6tai1 aur
1' arrière-plan des institutions
servant de base aux Uiffrent
tableaux at le contenu de ces
tableaux, voir le rapport de
JUIN 1947) faisant partie de
la prsenta srie.
Table A. - Numberof Claims Filed in the Local Offices in Each Province by Type of Claim, NOVxBh 1948 and 1947.
Province
I
c ymbr - 1 9
4
8N ob e rJ9
4
7
Claims Filed -
'ictal - Initial RenewalRevisedIota].InitialRenewalRevised
Prince Edward Island 468306133292732025813
Nova Scotia
4,4212,4791,4325104,1392,5941,105440
New Brunswick 3,5462,1181,1482802,0981,47752398
Quebec ..............21,092 12,1516,5802,36114,1048,8133,3751,916
Ontario .............19,9L8 10,7967,2551,89711,0017,2732,5461,182
Mnnitoba ............3,880 2,2891,1884033,0181,800819399
Saskatchewan 2,8161,8278261631,9171,323447147
2,1801,5626822362,3641,598591175
Alberta ............
8,8774,7778148,585,9341,507617
14,468
British Columbia
.........
Total -73,11912,40524,0216,69347,372 31,014110714,987
Table B. - Number of Live Unemployment Irsurnce Claims on the Last Working Day of N0vththh 1948 and 1947, by
Type of Claim, Sex and Province.
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November - 1_94 8N o v e m b e r - 1 9 47
Prcvince
Ordinaxr Claims Other C1ajjns Ordinary Claims -Other Claims
Iota]. Male Female
Total Male Female
Female I Total Mnle Female
Male
I
Prince Edward Island577448
Nova Scotia .........5,570 4,568
New brunswick 3,956 3,263
Quebec ..............26,570 19,919
Ontario ............ .20,502 14,016
Mnitoba ........... .4,6683,303
Saskatchewan ........2,9992,396
.2,6181,978
Alberta
British Columbia. 16,250 12,915
............
Total -83,710 62,806
129
1,002
693
6,651
6,486
1,365
603
640
3,335
2
3
468
416
227
315
1,512
895
298
194
10
6
3
4
1,379 1,378
143
154
1
52
88
617
104
4
1
1
11
3,264
879
20,904 14,143
288
403
6,567 5,712
2,646 2 1 129
16,588 11,142
14,309 9,201
3,682 2,578
2,162 1,696
2,627 2,034
10,571 7,976
1
I
115
855
517
5,446
5,108
1,104
466
593
2,595
2
491
268
1,360
246
71
5
312
158
-
383
258
720
226
11
5
312
110
2
108
10
640
20
60
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-
48
59,555 42,756 16,799 12,913 2,025888
Tebleau A. - Ncmbre de rc1anations déposes aux bureaux locaux dane chaque province, selon le genre de
rtc1anation, N0VEABhE 1948 et 1917.
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Province
TotalInitiales
Renouvel6es
306
lie du Prince Edouard 14
,421
2,479
Ncuvelle Ecosse
Nouveau Brunswick 3,5462,118
Quebec .............. . 21,09212,151
Ontario .............. 1 9,94810,796
Manitoba .............3, 8802,289
2, 8 161,827
Saskatchewan .........
,4801,562
Alberta .............P73,119
Colombie Britannicue,146 88,877
Total -
N o v e m b r e - 1
hc1arnationsdposes
Novembre -1948
Rc1a'nations dposes
Revis6es - TotalInitialesRenouve1eshevjses
29
510
280
2,361
1,897
133
1,432
1,148
6,580
7,255
1,188
826
682
4,777
403
163
236
814
24,0216,93
42,405
273
4,139
2,098
14,104
11,001
3,018
1,917
2,364
8,24 58
1
202
58
13
1,105
r,23
2,594
1,477
8,813
7,273
1 1 800
1440
98
1,916
1,182
399
147
175
617
3,375
2,546
819
14147
591
1,323
1,598
1,907
5,934
47,37231,01411,3714,987
Tableau B. - Nombre de rciamat.Lons actives d'assurance-ch2mage le dernier jour otivrable de NOVI1v1B1-th 1948 et 1947,
selon le genre de rc1arnation, le sexe et la province.
Province
N o v e m b r e - 1 9 4 8
N o v e m b r e - 1947
Rc1amations ordinaires Autres rc1wnations Rc1a'nations ordinaire Autres rciwnations
Total
Homines
Fnmes
Total
448
129
1,002
693
6,651
6,486
1,365
603
640
3
468
315
, 512
298
10
4
1,379
154
Hommes Femmes
Total
Homme
Femrnes
403
6,567
2,646
16,588
14,309
3 1 682
2,162
2,627
10,571
288
5,712
2,129
11,142
9,201
2,578
1,696
2,034
7,976
115
855
517
5,2446
5,108
1,104
466
593
2,595
s 1 71(1
(9
n oft I tIII •:76/•
870''cLccc
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Total - I ''"'-"•''''I '"'
I.27cA
16,799
lie du Prince Edouard
Nouvelle Ecosse .....
Nouveau Brunswick
Quhec ..............
Ontario .............
Mnitoha ............
Saskatchewa'i ........
Alberta .............
Colombie Bri tannic,ue.
577
5,570
3,956
26,570
20,502
4,668
2,999
2,618
16,250
24,568
3,263
19,919
14,016
3,303
2,396
1,978
12,915
3,335
11
2
416
227
895
194
6
3
1,378
143
1
52
88
617
104
4
1
1
11
Total klornrnesFemme
2
491
268
1,360
246
71
5
312
158
2
383 108
258
10
720 640
226
20
60
11
5312
110
48
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-
2,913 2,025 888
-5Table C. - Persons Signing the Live Unemployment Eegister by Number of Days
Cont1nuou1y on the Register, Sex and Province, as of NOVJ1BR 30,
1 9 4 8.
Number of aysoninucusIythe Regi ster
Province and Sex- I AII-III
Total
712
1324
49-72 over
25-48
under
1
580
450
130
281
236
45
58
46
12
86
60
26
51
34
17
34
25
9
70
49
21
Ncva Sectia.........6,038
4,984
Male
Female
1,054
1,742
1,563
179
667
571
96
1,023
832
191
879
705
174
515
398
117
1,212
915
297
New Brunswick
Male
Female
4,271
3,L90
781
1,599
1,426
173
492
417
75
606
491
115
589
455
134
321
238
83
664
463
201
Quebec.............. 28,082
20,814
Male
Female
7,268
9,024
7,597
1,427
3,299
2,730
569
4417
3,195
922
4,819
3099
1,420
2,110
1,236
874
4,713
2,657
2,056
Ontario.............20,800
Male
14,210
Female
6,590
7,292
5,577
1,715
2,223
1,682
601
2,875
1,948
927
3,346
2,056
1,290
1,592
868
724
3,412
2,079
1,333
Manitoba............. 4,678
Male
3,309
Female
1,369
1,907
1,539
368
570
407
163
668
447
22].
530
299
231
291
151
140
712
466
246
Saskatchewan ......... 3,003
Male
2,399
Female
604
1,411
1,252
159
360
311
49
410
327
34].
234
107
184
91
93
297
184
113
Alberta...............3,997
Male
3,356
Female
641
1,165
1,005
160
1,492
1,430
62
472
368
223
343
250
107
145
157
83
British Columbia ...
16,404
13,058
3046
5,162
4,245
917
2 1 305
1 1 931
374
2 1 684
2,137
547
2,685
2,027
658
1,122
821
301
2,446
1,897
549
87,853
29,583
11026
12 2 941
13,608
66,070
21,783
24,440
5,143
9,525
2 0 001
9,802
3,139
9 1 432
4,176
Prince Edward Island
Male
Female
Male
Female
TOTAL
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MALE
F)1ALE
83
365
74
93
6026 13,869
3,911
2,415
8,960
4,909
Tnh1e.0 C. - Personnes cignant la registre actif du chmage selon le nombre de
.lours dti nscr iption continue cu registre, le sexe et In province,
eu 30 NOV1,BRE1948.
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-
-
Province et sexe -
Nombre
Total
Tnr{on
dejcurs
coii!iueauregisc
73 et
6 et7-1213-24
moms
j
25-48
5886
4660
1226
51
34
17
34
25
9
70
49
21
J I
49-72
plus
Lie du Prince Edouard 580
Hommes 450
Fevnmes130
281
236
45
Nouvelle cose 6,034
Fiommes
4,984
1,742
1 1 563
179
667
571
96
1,023
832
191
879
705
174
515
398
117
1,212
915
297
4,271
3,490
/4
781
1,599
1,426
173
92
417
75
606
491
115
589
4 55
134
321
238
83
664
463
201
Qwbec............... 28,082
Hommes
20,814
Fernmes
7,268
9,024
7,597
1,427
3,299
2,730
569
/4,117
3,195
922
4,819
3099
1,420
2,110
1,236
874
4,713
2,657
2,056
Ontario.............. 20,800
Hommes
14,210
Femmes
6,590
7,292
,577
1,715
2,283
1,682
601
2,875
1,948
927
3,346
2,056
1,290
1,592
868
724
3,412
2,079
1,333
Manitoba .............
Honmes
Femmes
4,678
3,309
1,369
1,907
1,539
368
570
407
163
668
447
221
530
299
231
291
1i
140
712
466
246
3askatchewan .........
iiommes
3,003
2,399
604
1,411
1,252
159
360
311
49
410
327
83
341
234
107
184
91
93
297
1814
113
Alberta..............
3,997
3,356
641
1 1 165
1,005
160
1,492
1,430
62
472
365
107
368
223
145
157
83
74
313
250
93
Colombie Britanniciue. 16,404
13,058
Hommes
3,3146
F emme
5,162
4,245
917
2,305
1,931
374
2,684
2,685
2,027
658
1,122
821
301
2,446
1,897
549
12,941 13,608
9,802 9,432
3,139 4,176
6,326
13,869
8,960
4,909
1,054
Nouveau Brunswick ...
Hommes
Femnies
Femmes
Hommes
Femmes
TOTAL -
11,526
87,853
HOMMES66,070
FE.iM ES
21,783
24,440
5,143
9,525
2,001
2,137
547
3,911
2,415
Table D. - Dicpcition of Initial (I), Renewal (R) and Revised (Rev.) Claims;
Special Requests not Granted 1 ; Claims Referred to Courts of Referees and
Claims Pending at the end of the Mcrith of N0VE1]3ER 1918 and 1947.
C 1 a i in s Adjud I ca t e d ______ Claims
JspeciaiReferred
Total
Prey. Disposed Entitled to Benefit Not Entitled to Requests to Courts Pending
notof
of
Benefit Granted Referees
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Que.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
391
4,123
3,042
18,881
18,435
3,252
1,985
1,988
11,314
Total
63,408
IRRev.IRktevRev.Rev.IItRev.
November -i9 48
I178
87
1
58
3
3
19
3
25
123
142
110
67
11
306
50
702
1,200
43
258
1,598
25
241
50
772
66
1,024
1,182
509
83
9
144
1,684
486
107
242
4,004
479
2,867
1,086
7,788
840
5,465
508
3,753 1,142
234
205
2,623
95
7,052
509
6,357
1,057
12
177
121
16
461
107
752
991
1,283
75
198
832
41
11
361
50
31
263
855
33
69
575
581
6
20
32
326
47
32
52
139
163
852
123
228
52
1,862
3,773 1,488
99
4,702
504
364
3,503
F
-
:
25,49019,780
3,504
9,769
Novernber-1
228
P.E.I.
3,941
N.S.
1,842
N.B.
11,398
Que.
9,406
Ont.
Man.
2,255
£ak.
1,113
Alta. 11,657
B.C. I --6,613
110
1,561
836
4,013
4,444
835
348
628
2,881
50
947
456
2,295
2,151
610
266
448
1,510
13
330
59
775
392
192
46
76
371
45
801
401
2,525
1,578
403
292
339
1,174
1,742
9
47
3
91
24
507
134
61
87
69
131
1,988
342
793
15,280
5,459
995
2
114
34
894
422
82
34
46
88
2
24
11
70
22
14
5
9
52
3
73
21
319
263
58
35
42
106
184
1,506
1,047
4,097
3,127
1,065
852
1,138
4,233
7
335
156
1,436
632
253
131
124
768
10
133
2
842
503
80
51
20
114
1
Total38,453 115,656 8,733 2,254 7,858 1,1071,71620992017,249
3 1 842 1,755
1. - Includes such requests as rnte-dating, extension of the two-year period and cancellation of benefit year.
_J
Tableau D. - R'eglement des r€c1amations initiale (I), renouve1es (It) et revises (Rev.);
denandes spcia1es rejetesl;
r4elEnatjons soujnises aux tribunaux arhitraux, et reclamations pendantes 'a la fin du !uois,
NOVFJ&BRE 1948 et 191+7.
P roy
Total
des
rc1amations
reglees
1
U.LUI
---
Ayant droit
.1.
'a
u
it
..
Qua.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
C. B.
Total
391
4,120
3,0142
18,881
18,435
3,252
1,985
1,988
11,314 63/408
855
852
4,702
5,165
6,357
991
575
514 2
3,503
25
258
144
1,086
1,057
198
69
163
504
25,490
19,780
3,504
123
1,200
1,024
'a
la prestation
prestation
178
1,598
1,182
7,788
7,052
1,283
-
N'ayant pas droit
la
11
DemanYe-s tion5sa1t
spécia]es inises
rej etées triim ix i.
Rev.
Rev.11
R
Rev.
3
110
66
486
509
107
50
1
142
83
840
508
121
33
47
364
32
43
9
107
95
16
11
6
228
52
f7691,7421,988
342
1,474
507
134
61
87
69
131
2
114
34
894
422
82
34
46
88
2
24
11
70
22
14
5
9
52
7,858
1,107
1,716
209
920
Rev.
IR
N o v e m b r e-1
I .1-' .I.
N. E.
N. B.
-
I
94
58
702
509
2,867
2,623
4.61
361
326
1,862
II
Pendantes
It
i
Rev.
8
3
67
87
3
3,753
752
832
581
3,773
19
306
241
1,684
1,142
177
263
139
1,4.88
205
12
41
32
123
793 115,280
5,459
995
3
1184
73
21
1319
263
58
135
42
106
1,506
1,047
4,097
II3,127
1,065
4,233
7
335
156
1,436
632
253
131
124
768
10
133
2
842
503
80
51
20
114
1117,249
3,842
1,755
25
242
234
75
31
20
99
U726
r
772
4,004
11
50
50
479
N o v e m b r e
I .P .E.
N. E.
N. B.
Que.
228
3,941
1,812
11,398
Orit.
Man.
S ask.
Alta.
C. B.
1,113
1,657
6,613
9,406
2,255
110
1,561
835
348
628
2,881
50
947
456
2,295
2,151
610
266
448
1,510
13
330
59
775
392
192
46
76
371
15,656
8,733
2,254
836
4,013
444.14
45
801
401
2,525
1,578
403
292
339
1
3
91
2/.
852
1,138
1. - Y compris dnandes d' antidate, de prolongation de la periode de deux ans et d' annulation de 1' annCe de
prestation.
'4
Table E. - Claimants not Entitled to Benefit in Etch Province turing N0Vi1EEIt
1948 and 1947, with Chief Reasons for Ncn-Entitlement.
I HT
Reasons for
Year CANADAf Non-Entitlement Insufficient Contrihutions while in
insurable employment
1948
1947
5564
4004
Not unemployed
1948
1947
558
712
1
Not capable of and 1948
not available for 1947 1
work
Loss of work
pea 1beur
l•J•I*I•
I I
u)1
I
Zra
45472
40549
361
274
1598
1086
1339
705
301
234
215
119
172
193
604
129
56
6
21
223
403
125
19
18
30
21
131
2
24
133
28
-
6081 43 29 238 196 34 13 16 38
5311
244 138 293 9 30 1814
1
7
1
191
358
21
24
83
182
50
23
360
660
234
224
22
27
255
2149
194.8
1'1,'7
261
434
Refused offer of
work and neglected
opportunity to
work
1948
1947
1162
1396
Discharged for
nil sconduct
1948
1947
581
347
Voluntarily left
empicymerit
without just
cause
1 948
1947
3745
2840
12
6
Other Ieasons
19148
1947
1020
4.17
1
1948 113499
1947 10691
48
19
-
-
-
25
-
-
356
393
79
71
30
41
19
43
1.5
82
245
197
203
141
10
8
20
10
23
19
22
19
1149
100
1025
?Y
1078
568
196
155
115
72
141
147
7714
567
37
15
41
9
313
108
322
91
51
14
30
10
32
10
193
160
62 954
50 1006
658
459
4193
3926
3640
2134
689
546
4144
405
454
2454
1693
-
-
-
-
-
TOTAL
I.
-
413
lableau E. - Rc1amants
n'ayant pac draft 'a la prestation dens chaque province
en N0VEBRE 1948 et 1947, et priricipales raisons de l'inadmissibilité.
Raisons de
1' inadmiesibi1ite'
.
Ann6e ICANADA
Contributions insuf—
ernploi. assurable
1948
•
z
45
40
472
549
361
274
1598
1086
1339
705
301
234
215
119
172
193
1061
804
1
29
56
6
21
223
403
125
19
18
30
21
131
2
24
133
28
60814329
531
1
24
4
238
1963413
30
293
9
16
18
14
5564
4004
1947
'
z
-4
19l8
0'
zi
0
c
Non en chmage
558
1947 1712
dispcnihle
1947
Perte de travail
due
un diff6rend
cuvrier
1948
261 -1 -19121
1947434 -71
35824
---48
25 --19
1948 1162 - 83 50 360
1947 13961 82 23 660
356
393
79
71
30
41
19
43
185
82
203
41
10
8
20
10
23
19
22
19
'a
Refuse uie offre
de travail et
laisse passer une
-
138
1
occasion de
travailler
Cont, di pour 1948t5812
34
inconduite 19473472 24
Emploi quitt
vo1oritirement 1 9483745
sans raison19472840
valable
Autres raisons 1948
12 255 149 1025 1078 196 115 141 774
6 249 100 976 568 155 72 147 567
1020
417
-15
137
41
9
313
108
322
91
51
14
30
10
32
10
193
160
1948 13499
194710681
62954
50 1006
658
459
4193
3926
3640
2134
689
546
444
413
405
454
2454
1693
1947
jrpj,
22 245
27 197
Table F. - Number of Persons Receiving benefit;
Number Commencing the Receipt of Benefit on Initial and Renewal Claims;
Number of Day' S Benefit Paid and Amount of benefit Paid;
by Province, NOV4BER 1948 and 1947.
Number Commencing Benefit
Number
Receiving
Province
Benefit
- - -
Total
Persons
r
itiai
1aims
- Number
of days'
Benefit
Renewal
aid
Claims
Amount of
Benefit
Paid (in
Dollars)
1 948
N ovember
80
87
167
Prince Edward Island
293
860
1,400
2,260
Nova Scotia .........
3,643
561
1,290
2,517
729
New Brunswick
9 1 849
6,223
3,626
Quebec .............. 20,401
6,468
3,596
10,064
Ontario............. 18,979
927
714
1,641
Manitoba............ 3,354
378
1,711
897
Saskatchewan
519
1,111
768
343
.............2,910
Alberta
8,466
2,208
11,152
10,674
British Columbia
5,392
85,190
43,887
373, 556
290,788
53,193
26,663
32,487
195,708
10,52.4
178,401
91,461
747,378
599,328
107,696
54,429
68,639
425,527
12,366
i,1-06,864
2,283,383
4,924
99,342
32,197
255,884
196,519
50,055
19,565
31,754
123,540
8,850
208,340
63,648
439,885
383,536
95,807
36,798
62,921
255,612
-
Total
64,960
-
L!
Prince Edward Island
248
4,113
Nova Scotia .........
New Brunswick
1 626
Quebec.............. 13,916
Ontario ... .......... 11,695
........
Ma nitoba
3,046
Saskatchewan
1,213
Alberta.
.2,216
British Columbia
7,033
...
............
.
37,953
mber
!
103
1,834
753
5,091
4,558
1,230
560
848
2,687
25,587
_-
194
80
1,178
523
3,447
3,088
764
344
515
1,648
7
23
656
230
1,644
1,470
466
216
333
1,039
lotal -_[_ 4510617,66411,5876,077813,780 1,555,397
1at1eau F. - Nombre de prestataires;
noihre de ceux qui commencent a recevoir des preststions stir
r4c1zimtion initiale et r€c1arntion renouvc?1e;
nombre de jours indemnists et montant aes prestations versées
par province, N0VABRE 1914.8 et 1947.
Nombre
de
prestata.ires
Province
de ceux q;;;;;;:
Nornhre
recevoir de prectationS_ Nornbre
de jours
tSur rc1a- !Sur rc1a- indemnimatior
mation reTotal
11r;t,islenouve1e
'Montant
ides prosItatbons
1Versüs
N c v e rn b r e-1948
lie du Prince Edcuard
293
Nouvefle Ecosse
3,643
Ncuveau Hrunswick
2,517
Quhec............... 20,401
Ontario.............. 18,979
M rnit.oha
3,354
Soskatchewnn......... 1,711
Alberta. ............. .2,910
Colombie Britennique. 11,152
......
Total -
......
j6496O
167
2,260
1,290
98149
87
1,400
729
6,223
6,468
927
10,064
1,641
897
519
768
1,111
10,6748,466
37,953
25,587
80
860
561
3,626
3,596
714
378
343
2,208
5,392
10,524
85,190
178,401
91,461
43,887
747,378
373,556
599,328
29 0,788
107,696
53,193
26,663
54,429
32,487
68,639
195,708425 9 527
12, 366110664
2,283, 383
Novembre - 1 9 4 7
lie du Prince Edouvrd 24810380234,9248,850
Nouvelle Eccse4,1131,8341,17865699,342208,340
Nouveau Brunswick 1,62675352323032,19763,648
qu4hec ...............13,916 5,0913,4471,644255,884439,885
Ontario ..............11,695 4,558 3,0881,470196,519 383,536
Manitoba ............ .3,0461,23076446650,055 95,807
askatchewcin ........
.,213
1
560342.21619,56536,798
Alberta ...............2,216 84851533331,75462,921
Colombie Britanniaue7,0332,6871,6481,039123,540 255,612
Ictal -45,10617,664 11,5876,077813,7801,555,397
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