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STATISTICAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION OF THE
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ACT
RAPPORT STATISTIQUE SUR L'OPERATION DE LA
LOl D'ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE
JUNE - 1949 - JUIN
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DOMINION BUREAU OF STATISTICS
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND COMMERCE
BUREAU FEDERAL DE LA STATISTIQUE
MINISTERE DU COMMERCE
STATISTICAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION OF THE
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ACT
RAPPORT STATISTIQUE SUR L'OPERATION DE LA
LOl D'ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE
JUNE - 1949 - JUIN
(Compiled from Material supplied by the Unemployment Insurance Commission)
(Publié d'apres Ia matière fournie par Ia Commission d'Assurance-Chomage)
Published by Authority of the Rt. Hon. C. D. Howe
Minister of Trade and Commerce
Prepared in the Labour and Prices Division
Unemployment Insurance Section
Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa
Price: 10 cents a copy.
19-40 10
Publié par ordre du três hon. C. D. Howe
Ministre du Commerce
Préparé dans Ia Division du Travail et des Prix
Section de Lassurance-chomage
Bureau fédéral de Ia Statistique, Ottawa
Prix: 10 cents Iexemploire.
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Number cf Clairn Filed in the Local Offices in Each
1rovince by Type of Claim .................................4
b. Number of Live Unemploent Inirance Claims on the Lv&t
Working Day of the Month, by Type of Claim, Sex and Province 4
C. - Persons Eigning the Live Unemplcyuent Register by Number
cf Days Ccntthuoucly on the Register, Sex and Province .... 5
'1rV)ispcsitton
of Initial, Renewal and Revised Claims; ipecial
Requests not Granted ; Claims Referred to Courts of Referees
and Claims Pending at the end of the Month ................6
Claimants not Entitled to Benefit in EpCh Province with
Chief Reasons fcr Non-Entitlement .........................7
€ I .Ni.,mber of Persons Receiving Benefit; Number Commencing the
heceipt of Benefit on Initial and Renewal Claims; Number of
Ennfit ?id and Amount of Benefit Paid by Province..8
V A B L E D E SM A T I E R E S
l
exte bxjict........................................................ 2
'1 n - 1 eru A. - N0mbre de reclamations dCposes au.x bureau.x locau.x dans
ehaque province, selon le genre de r6clamaticn 1
- Nc,mhre de rCclamations actives d'assurance-chmage le
clernier jcur ouvrable du mois, solon le genre de
rCclamation, le sexe et la province ....................
4
Tnbleau C.Personnes signant le registre actif du chBmage selon le
nombre cie Jours d' inscription continue au registre, le
sexe et la province .................................... 5
Tbleau D. - Rglnent des rCclnations initiales, renouvelCes et
revises; demandes spCcieles rejetCes; rCclamations
souinises aux trihunaux arhitraux, et reclamations
pendantes 'a la fin du mois .............................
6
Tableau E. - RCclwnants n'ayant pac droit 'a la prestaticn danc chaque
province, et principalea raisons de l'inadmissihilit ... 7
Tatleau F. - Nombre de prestataires; nombre do ceux qui cominencent 'a
recevoir (105 prestations cur reclamation initiale et
rCclamation renouvelCe; nombre do jours inciunniss et
montant des prestations verseec par province ............8
June
A tutai oi i4 ciarn for Unempi.oyment inSurance bnei Lt
was filed in local offices of the Unemployment Insurance Commission durio,
June, compared with 63,692 in May and 39,644 in June 1948. Since, however,
8,331 of the claims registered in June, 11,017 of those in May and 8,101
June last year were revised claims (i.e. reconsiderations of existing c1o;.
initial and renewal claims, representing mainly new cases of recorded unemployment ornong insured persons 9 numbered 14,783 in June, 52,675 in Ma,:
taale reJ€.
in totals.
to w pLoy
jeOt
as soane in Newfoundland End are not inciodei
Ordinary claims on the live unemployment register at June 30th
totalled 80,391 (55,945 male and 24,446 female) as against 95,832 (69,13
male and 26,700 female) at Usy 31st and 56,509 (36,917 male and 19,592
female) at June 30, 1948. At one point in time, these figures represent te
number of insured persons who are known to have separated from their fcr-ner
employment and are on claim. At the same time there were 14,834 (l0,90'Y
male and 3,927 female) "other claims" on the live unemployment register
at June 30th compared with 19,529 (15,874 male and 3,655 female) at May 3jt
and 5,111 (3,918 male and 1,193 female) at June 30th last year. "Other cli,rn
are largely short-time claims, i.e. those filed by lnm'od :'rr-i''ibo have
been put on short time a• their places of employment.
-'
In Table C, claImants on the live unemp1e;iL..
30th are classified according to the number of days they have been continueu:
on the register since the most recent initial or renewal claim was filed. A
few days of employment, sickness or non-availability that do not interfere
with a claimant' a regular reporting to the office, are not considered as
breaking a continuous period on the register. Sundays and regular statitory
holidays are not counted and an initial claim that immediately follows the
termination of a claimant' s immediately preceding benefit year is ignored.
During June, 55,011 claims were disposed of at adjudicating
centres, including 369 special requests not granted (i.e. requests for
dependency rate of benefit, antedating, extension cf the two-year period and
cancellation of a benefit year) and 929 claims referred to courts of referees
and the umpire for further consideration. Of the remaining 53,713, in which
the main consideration was entitlement to benefit, 42,080 were consi0ered
entitled to benefit and 11,633 not entitled to benefit-
Chief reasons as given by adjudicating officers for nor
entitlement to benefit were "insufficient contributions while in insuratie
employment" 3,804 cases, "voluntarily left employment without just cause "
3,018 cases, "refused an offer of work and neglected an opportunity to
work" 1,581 cases, "not capable of and not avaielble for work" 911 cases.
RAPPORT STATISIIVUE SUR L'OPERATION DE
J u i n -
LA LOl D'ASSUR/NCE-C}1OMAG
1919
Un total de 53,114 rc1aniation& do prestations d'asourancechomage scnt dposes aux bureaux locaux de la Commission d' asaurance-ch2rntage
en juin, contre 63,692 en mai et 39,644 en jun 1948. Toutefois, 8,331 dos
rdclamaticns d€posüa en •juin, 11,017 en mai et 8,101 en juin Fan dernier
sont des r4c1ainaticns revises qui proviennent dii rexamen de r6cl&xnaticna
dejà existentes. Lea rc1axnations iriitiales et rencuvel6es, qui repraentent
principa1ent des nouveaux cas do chinage parmi lea personnea assur€es, so
chiffrent par 44,783 en juiri, 52,675 an mal et 31,543 en jun 1918.
Comme 1 1 exp1icue le rapport dtavril, leo chiffree entre
parenthses dons tous los tableaux indiquent le secours mix chmeurs 'a
Terre-Neuve et ne sont pas compria dane lea totaux.
Lea rc1amations crdinairea macrites RU registre actif de
ch2,mage s'1'event i 80,391 (55,945 hommea et 24,446 ;emmes) le 30 jim, en
comparaison do 95,832 (69,132 hommes et 26,700 lemmes) le 31 mal et 56,509
(36,917 hommes et 19,592 femmea) le 30 juin 1948. A un certain moment, coo
chiffres indtouent le noiihre de perscnneo aaaurces qul ont A6 spar6es de
leur empici et oul ont dposE une rc1eznation. En outre, 14,834 (10,907
hcmmea et 3,927 femmes) tlautres r6clamations" sont inscrites au registre
ectLf de chmage le 30 juin, en ccmparaison de 19,529 (15,874 hommes et
3,655 femmes) le 31 mai et 5,111 (3,918 hommes et 1,193 femmes) le 30 jun
l'an dernier. Lea "autres r4clamaticns" sont surtcut d6pokew par des personnes
en chmage partiel, c'eat-I-dire cellos qul travaillent 'a tempo rduit dane
lea 4tablissements oü elba sont employes.
Le tableau C classe lea perscnnes macrites au registre actif
de chmage be 30 juin, d' apr'es le ncmhre de jours d' inscription continue au
registre depuis la derni'ere rcbaanaticn initiale ou renouve1e. Quelques
jeuro d' enploi, de maladie ou d' indisponihi1it, qul no nuisent pas mix
visites rgu1i'eres des rc1amants aux bureaux, ne sont pas ccnsidr€eo comrne
brisont la p5riode d'lnscription continue au registre. Le& dimanchea et lea
congés statutairea ne sont pas ccmpts et tine r6clomoticr inW-lp nil suit
immédiotement la fin d'une enne de prestations eat 1a1soe do 60.
En juin, los centres d'ad.judication disposent de 55,011 rc1smations, y compris 369 rc1amations spcia1es rejetdes (demandea relative aux
prestations supp1mentaires pour ceux qui cnt des personnes 'a charge, 'a
1' anti-date, 'a 1' extension de la priode do deux ans et 'a 1' annulation d'une
anne de prestationa) et 929 rc1amations renvoyes aux tribunaux arbitraux.
Sur lea 53,713 rc1amationa oui restent ci la dcision visait spciala
leinent l'admissihilit6, 42,080 scnt consid6r6es comme ayant droit
prestation et 11,633 comnie My ayant pea droit.
'a
Lea priricipales raisons d' inadmissibi1it 'a la prestotion,
telles nue donnes par lea adjudicateurs, ont: "contributions inauffisantes
dens un emplol assuratl&', 3,804 cas; "emploi quitt vobontairement et sans
raison valeble", 3,018 cas; 'refuo d'une offre de travailler ou negligence
de saisir une occasion do travailler", 1,581 cas; "incapable de travailber
cu indisponible't, 911 cas.
- 3 -
A total of 111,811 persons received one or more benefit
payments during June ainountthg to $4,113,254 for 1,855,753 days of compensated unnp1oyment compared with 150,747 persons paid $5,511,135 for
2,474,08 0 compensated days in May and 75,767 persons paid $2,599,716 for
1,350,735 compensated days during June 1948. Thus the average duration of
the unemployment compensated was 16.6 days in June, 16.4 days in May and
17.8 days in June last year. The average amount of benefit paid per
beneCiclary was $36.79 in June, $36.56 in May and $34.31 in June 1948. The
average amount of benefit paid per compensated day of unemployment was
$2.221 in June, $2.23 in May and $1.92 in June last year.
Tables A to F2 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 JUNE 1949, with comparative figures for June 1948.
For an explanation of the changes in daily benefit
rates, see the penultimate paragraph in the report
for November 1948.
2. - For a more complete explanation of the institutional
backrcund of the various tables and of their contents,
see the June 1947 report in this series.
n total de 111,811 personnes roivent une Cu pluaieurs prestations au montant de $4,113,254 en juin pour 1,855,753 jours de chmage indemen comparaison de 150,747 personnes qul touchent $5,511,135 pour
,474,080 iours do ch2mage indnnisé en ma! et 75,767 persennea qul reoivent
2 ,599,716 pour 1,3502735 jours do ch2mage indnnisé en juin 1948. Ainsi,
l.a durée moyenne de chomago indmiaé eat do 16.6 jours en juin, 16.4 jours
en mel et 17.8 jours en juin l'an dernier. Le montant moyen de preatatlonc
'ry6ea par prestataire eat do $36.79 en juin, $36.56 an mal et $34.31 en
.uin 1948. Le montant moyen de prestations payées par jour de chmage indemniet de V.221 en juln, $2.23 en ma! et $1.92 en juin l'an dernier.
Los tableaux A 'a F 2 qui suivent, offrent des donnes concernant
le rc'mbre de rc1emations dposea et leur rg1enzent; le nombre do personnes
ayant sign6 le registre actif do 1' essurance-chmage, selon le genre de
rc1amation et solon le nombre de jours d 'inscription continue su registre,
par sexe; lea principales causes d'inadmissibi1it aux prestations; le
nombre do jours indemniss et le moritant des prostatioria veraea, par
province, pour 10 mois de J(JIN 1949, avec chiffrea comparatif a do juin 1918.
I. - L'avant dernier a1ina du rapport do novembre 194 8
donne tine explication des changements des taux quotidlons
des prestations.
2. - Pour une explication plus compl'ato de la structure et du
contenu des diffrents tableaux voir le rapport do JUIN 1947,
faisant partie de la présente série.
Table A. - Number of Claims Filed in the Local Offices in Each Province by Type of Claim, JUNE 1949 and 1948.
June-1948
June-1949
C
1
a
im aFi1 ad
Prov.
F11 ed
C1aima
Total
Initial
Renewal
p.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Qua.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
60
(2,297)
217
3,725
2,731
16,953
18,065
2,155
826
1,222
7,160
49
(1,925)
103
1,575
1,351
8,959
11,065
1,093
426
661
3,628
6
(143)
90
1,705
845
5,276
4,314
561
227
315
2,534
Total
53,114
28,910
15,873
Nfld.
-
Revised
Total
Initial
Renewal
Revised
5
(229)
24
445
535
2,718
2,686
501
173
246
998
160
2,747
1,806
12,120
9,078
1,911
710
1,119
9,993
69
1,413
832
6,208
4,690
760
322
599
6,677
46
903
628
2,584
2,459
407
167
204
2,575
431
346
3,328
1,929
7 44
221
316
7 41
8,331
39,644
21,570
9,973
8,101
Table B. - Number of Live Unemployment Insurance Claims on the Last Working Day of JUNE 1949 and 1948, by Type
of Claim, Sex and Province.
n e -1949
J u n e
Other Claims
IOrdinary Claims
Ordinary Claims _Other Claims
Prov.
-
I
TotalMaleFemale TotalMale FemaleTotalMaleFemale
Nfld.
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Qua.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
Total
73
718)
1
(3
490
5,282
5,248
27,799
21,797
3,920
1,550
1,877
12,355
66
(3,541)
348
4,305
4,299
19,746
14,130
2,164
934
1,276
8,677
7
(174)
142
977
949
8,053
7,667
1,756
616
601
3,678
-
-
-
(372)
12
1,304
490
4,609
5 1 325
30
17
2,889
158
(372)
1,219
391
2,491
3,760
24
16
2,889
117
(-)
12
80,391
55,945
24,446
14,834
10,907
332
4,970
2,855
17,687
14,271
3,091
1,289
1052
10,462
252
3,945
2,198
11,513
8,223
1,506
778
1,007
7,495
3,92756,509
36,917
85
99
2,118
1065
6
1
41
80
1,025
657
6,174
6,048
1,585
511
545
2,967
Total Male Female
2
618
215
1,632
758
21
9
1,737
119
19,592 5,111
1
591
136
794
564
4
7
1,732
89
1
27
79
838
194
17
2
5
30
3,918 1,193
Tableau A. - Nombre de rc1amations dpoes aux bureaux looix dana chaque province, selon le genre de
r6claination, .TUIN 1949 et 1948.
Jui n-194 8
Juin-1949
dpo&ea
Rc1aations
Prov.
dposeS
Rc1amations
Revisées
Initiale5 Renouvel6es
RencuvelEes - Revises- Total
Initiales
- __Total
6
5
60
49
T.-N.
(229)
(143)
(2,297)
(1,925)
46
45
69
160
90
24
103
217
I.P.E.
431
903
2,747
1,413
1,705
445
3,725
1,575
N.E.
346
628
832
1,806
535
845
1,351
2,731
N.B.
3,328
6,208
2,584
12,120
2,718
5,276
8,959
16,953
1,929
4,690
9,078
2,459
2,686
11,065
4,314
18,065
Ont.
407
744
760
501
1,911
561
1,093
2,155
Man.
221
167
322
710
173
227
426
826
Sask.
316
204
1,119
246
599
661
315
1,222
A].ta.
741
6,677
2,575
9,993
998
3,628
2,534
7,160
C.B.
8.101
OA1.1.
2L.670
9.973
Total5j,J14O,"iU
Tableau B. - Nombre do r5clamations actives d' assurance-ohmage le dernier jour ouvrable do JUIN 1949 et 1948,
selonlegenrederc1aination, lesexe atlaprovince.
Juin-1948
J u i n - 1 9 4 9
Reclamationsordinaires
AutresrCclamations
Prov. Rc1amat1onscrdiriaires Autresrtc1ama.t1ons
TotalH 0mmesFertmes TotalHommesFemmes
TotalHpmmesFemmesTotalHommesFemmes
7
66
73
T.-.N.
(372)
(372)
(-)
(3,718)
(3,544)
(174)
1
2
1
80
252
332
12
12
142
348
490
I.P.E.
27
618
591
4,970
3,945 1,025
1,219
85
977
1,304
5,282
4,305
N.E.
136
79
657
215
2
1
198
2,855
99
391
490
5,248
949
4,299
N . B.
838
1,632
794
11,513 6,174
2,118
17,687
2,491
4,609
19,746
8,053
27,799
Que.
194
8,223
758
564
14,
271
6,048
1
3,760
1
565
7,667
14,130
5025
21,797
Ont.
17
21
4
1,506
1,585
6
3,091
1,756
30
24
2,164
3,920
Man.
2
511
7
9
778
1,289
1
16
17
616
1,550
934
Sask.
5
1,737 1,732
1,007
1,552
545
2,889
2,889
601
1,276
1,877
Alta.
89
30
2,967
119
10,462
7,495
41
117
3, 678
8,677
158
12,355
C.B.
56,50936,917 19,592 1 5 1 111 3,9181,193
3,927
10,907
24,446
Total 1 80,391
14,834
55,945
O1\
g
'.,,-,-,-.
Table C. - Persons Signing the Live neL:ot21otr b Num:':x of
Continuously on the register, Sex and Province, as of JUNE 30, 1)4j.
Number ofD 37 5 Continuously on the Register
Province and Sex
7-12
Totali 6 and
13-241 25-h8
19-;;1 73 and
under
'over
1
J
] II
N ewfoundland
Male
Female
(Ma]. e)
(Female)
Prince Edward Island
Male
Female
Nova Scotia
Male
Female
2
2
6
5
1
193
143
c-
(131)
(372)
(548) (1,324)
73
66
7
43
42
1
(3,916)
(1,389)
(171+)
(83)
502
348
154
77
22
34
18
6,86
1,032
880
391
55
-
(9)
(18)
52
(40)
69
37
32
63
46
17
51
35
16
190
14:1
1,067
907
160
1,292
1,140
152
851
689
162
1,95:
1,570
38
1,076
879
197
794
646
148
1,718
1,299
415
5,588
3,716
1,872
3,607
1,037
8,710
6,123
2,587
3,921
2,419
1,502
2,523
1,505
4,303
152
338
53
4,690
1,048
917
804
113
472
410
62
761
Quebec
Male
F nala
32,408
22,237
10,171
6,047
4,210
3,469
4,987
1,837
2,343
1,126
1,712
Ontario
Male
Female
27,122
17,890
6,726
4,810
1,916
3,646
2,431
1,215
3,482
1,060
New Brunswick
Male
F em ale
5,524
1,062
5,738
9,232
(is)
(24)
652
109
3,275
2,422
2,570
1,018
( -)
I C,
'4 1
6,824
2, 521
Manitoba
Male
Female
2,188
1,762
3,950
609
295
314
174
67
107
126
177
233
303
536
424
229
195
1,904
1,23
666
Saskatchewan
Male
Female
1,567
950
617
260
154
106
98
55
43
154
112
42
270
157
113
149
79
70
636
393
243
Alberta
Male
Female
4,766
4,165
601
960
839
121
310
271
39
421
356
65
696
582
114
1,639
1,576
63
740
541
199
12,513
8,794
3,719
1,887
1,530
881
1,422
980
442
2,099
1,307
792
1,548
1,072
476
4,676
3,220
1,456
95,225
18,558
9,495 12,672
6,636 8,872
2,859
3,800
15,560
11,589
8,404
27,351
18,828
British Columbia
Male
Female
TOTAL
MALE
FA ALE
66,852
28,373
357
13,619
4,939
196
303
10,493
5,067
3,185
8,523
Tableau C. - Personnes signant le registre actif du chmage selon le nombre do
jours d'inscription continue an registre, le sexe et la province,
au 30 JUIN 1949.
Nombre dejours d'inscription continueauregistre
Province et sexe
Total
os
7-12
2
2
13-24; 25-48
6
5
1
Terre-Neuve
Hommes
Fnmes
73
66
7
43
42
1
(Hcmmes)
(3,916)
(174)
(1,389)
(83)
(131)
(9)
(372)
(18)
502
348
154
77
55
22
52
34
18
69
37
32
Fenimes
6,586
5,524
1,062
1,032
880
152
391
338
53
Nouvew.i Brunswick
Hoinmes
Fetnmes
5,738
4,690
1,048
917
804
113
Hoinnies
Fenirnes
32,408
22,237
10,171
Ontario
Homes
Feuimes
-
19
14
5
49-72
3
3
-
f
plus
-
-
-
(548) (1,324)
(140)
(24)
(152)
(-)
63
46
17
51
35
16
190
141
49
1,067
907
160
1,292
1,140
152
851
689
162
1,953
1,570
383
472
410
62
761
652
109
1,076
879
197
794
646
148
1,718
1 1 299
419
6,047
4,210
1,837
3,469
2043
1,126
4,987
3,275
1,712
5,588
3,716
1,872
3,607
2,570
1,037
8,710
6,123
2,587
27,122
17,890
9,232
6,726
4,810
1,916
3,646
2,431
1,215
3,482
2,422
1,060
3,921
2,419
1,502
2,523
1,505
1,018
6,824
4003
2,521
Manitoba
Honimes
Fenimes
3,950
2,188
1,762
609
295
314
174
67
107
303
126
177
536
233
303
424
229
195
1,904
1,238
666
Saskatchewan
Hommes
Femmes
1,567
950
617
260
154
106
98
55
43
154
112
42
270
157
113
149
79
70
636
393
243
Alberta
Homes
Femmes
4,766
4,165
601
960
839
121
310
271
39
421
356
65
696
582
114
1,639
1,576
63
740
541
199
Colonihie I3ritannique
12,513
Homines
8,794
Femmes1 3,719
1,887
1,530
357
881
685
196
1,4.22
980
442
2,099
1,307
792
1,548
1,072
476
4,676
3,220
1,456
9,495 12,672
6,636 8,872
3,800
2,859
15,560
10,493
5,067
11,589
8,404
3,185
27,351'
18,828
8,523
(Femmes)
lie du Prince Edouard
Hommes
Fexnmes
Nouvelle Ecosse
Hoinmes
Québec
TOTAL
H0MMS
FI7!M ES
95,225
66,852
28,373
18,558
13,619
4,939
Table D. - Disposition of Initial (I), Renewal (R) and Revised (Rev.) Claims; Special Requests not 'rante&;
Claims Referred to Courts of Referee and Claims_rending at the end of the Month of JUNh 1949 and 1948.
C 1 aimsAd j u d i cate d
IClaims
Total
SeciaIReferred
Disposed
Entitled to Benefit Not Entitled torequests to Courts Pending
Benefitnotof
-
Pro v.
ey.RReLReYL_LRey2ff_Ihhey.
l9 _±
N fid.
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Que.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
41
(1 1 753)
219
3,728
2,891
17,595
19,004
2,362
894
1,387
i!22
.0
3
3
5(
(101)
(127)
2)
19
93
25
286
4'9
1,541
437
378
794
1,322
2,063
4,712
,598
3,861
1,444
331
533
192
140
86
217
200
297
147
2,161 __47 21 ,042
11
(967)
72
1,134
1,040
7,570
9,372
939
1338
607
2,436
4,3497 1 335
n e - 1 948
14,212
Total
.1
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Que.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
161
2,863
2,081
13,159
9,752
2,189
7.9
1,265
9 1 568
49
804
613
4,389
3,715
653
220
496
4,731
Total
41,787
15,670
U
44
868
680
2,203
2,122
385
136
174
2.212
17
236
159
1,355
671
222
72
153
316
25
641
351
2,553
1,709
290
129
221
1,676
8,8243,2017,595
1
(-)
3
104
57
418
487
64
18
24
246
1
40
3
(1
231)
(72)
(116)
(9)
1
2
6
37
3
26
484
248
50
40
21
16
140
407
37
90
311
1,058
400
3,195
167
684
t308
316
2,924
284
17
67
69
55
20
10
36
5
135
21
16
46
14
209
28
1,246
101
132
449
8,961 2,737 979
1,422 2,876 i 369
2
(8)
5
108
148
1,109
767
217
70
77
373
1
12
80 129
42
173
479 1,603
300913
58 450
28130
18131
221
263
1
(39)
-
-
6 7
4362
31 32
168
409
71251
26
105
529
23 49
116
33
30
474
255
1,916
1,625
1.7
125
144
1,508
5 12
16268
76 46
692
391
421
219
4' 14
31 23
44 22
202
523
1,227 3,804 406f1,060 jj 6,224 2,001 997
1. - Includes such requests as antedating, extension of the two-year period and cancellation of benefit year.
2. - Includes claims referred to the Umpire.
Tableau D. - R'eglnent des rclamations initia1e (I), renouve1es (R) et revisées (Rev.); dnandes spciales
rejetes1 ; rclamations soujnises aux trth.maux arbitraux 2 et rc1amations pendantes 'a la fin dii
mols de JuN 19L9 et 1q18.
Reclamations
jugées
R4c1aTotal
$011des
Demandes t
Pendantes
Imises
aux
N'ayant pas droit
rdclamala
Ayarit droit
'spécialea
Prov.
1tri-bunaux
tions
rejetes
prestation
la prestation
arbitraux__
regleea
Rev.
R
Rev.
I
R
Rev.
Rev.
R
Rev.
I
I
J u i n- 1949
20
1
1
11
1
2
40
41
3
3
3
T.-N.
(8)
(502)
(1,23l)
(967) (101)
(116)
(127)
(72)
(9)
(1,753)
(-)
(39)
I.P.E.
219
2
6
72
19
37
93
3
3
25
5
286
108
26
50
248
N.E.
3,728
479
40
1,134 1,541
104
484
378
21
N.B.
16
140
2,891
57
37
1,040
4 37
407
794
148
1,
2,063
418 1,109
90
311
1,058
7,570 44,712
400
Que.
1,322
17,595
3,195
308
684
767
167
Ont.
316
9,372 3,861
2,924
2,598
19,004
1,444
487
69
217
Man.
192
17
284
331
67
2,362
939
533
64
55
18
8944
86
140
20 1 i135
Sask.
217
70
10
338
36
5
21
200
16
77
Alta.
297
607
147
1,387
46
24
14
209
246373
28
132
1,2446
C.B. 101
6,890
2,436 2,161472
1,042
449
'a
'a
--
-
1
55,011
rota].
Jun
I.P.E.
N.E.
N.B.
Que.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
C.B. -
161
2,863
2,081
13,159
9,752
2,189
749
1,265
9,568
7,335
2301914,2124,349
44
49
868
804
680
613
4,389 2,203
3,715 2,122
653
385
136
220
4496
174
4,731 2,212
-
171
2361
1591
1,355
rota].
671
222
72
153
316
1,422
2,876
369
929
8,961
12
129
173
1,603
913
450
130
131
263 k
6
43
31
168
71
26
5
23
33
7
62
30
474
u255
1,916
1,625
147
1125
144
1,508
2,737-- 979
1948
25
641
351
2,553
1,709
290
129
221
1,676
1
80
42
479
300
58
28
18
221
L395_J211QJ _hQ
32
409
251
105
29
49
116
5
162
76
692
421
47
31
44
523
h9
de prolongation de laperiode de deux ens et d' annulatiort de 1' année de
prestatlon.
2. - Reclamations renvoyees aux tribunaux arbitraux.
1. -
Y compris demandes d' antidate,
12
68
46
391
219
14
23
22
202
222
0'
Table E. - Claimants not Entitled to Benefit in Each Province During JUNE 1949 and 1948, with Chief Reasons for
Non-Entitlement.
-1 l
I
Chief Reasons fcr
Man.Sask.Alta. B.C.
Non-Entitlement Y ear CN ADA N fid. I.P.E.I. N . S. N . B.
Insufficient Contri- 19493,804 19 (436)15249304
u ions W 1 e in
19483,599
15420230
insurab
leempoynent
l
- --- -1949
-25107
(3)
Not unemployed
473!-Not capable of and
1949
911
- (10)1339
not available for
1948
713
work
Loss of wcrk due tc
a labour dispute
1949
1948
3426
1,125
1,223
1,039801
134
4—
75
821
127235586
7.116496
118783
59
119
663969105-27 - -26 -92_-
12
1 9
34
1
102
23
-63
1-
Refused offer of
work and neglected 19491 0 581 - ( 1)55420632415975548255
opportunity to work 194820473
78247 1 94466832777109
12
Discharged for 19495411 (1)-3122232206271228
misconduct 1948412
2321221112332621
I
Voluntarily left employment without19493,0182 (21)1117193
just Ca ise
I
:9839741584966
2, 'J_
I
Other Reasorr' 19499631 (38)16248202346722113197
374 -L 21 25l- --1949 11,633
23 (510) 336916423,590 - 3,852612228301 1,661
TOTAL
1948 12,626388505664,635 2,922798287370 12,160
Tableau E. - Réclarnant !i ayant pas droit 'a la prestation dens chaque province en JUIN 1949 et 1948, et
principales raisons de 1'inadmisibi1it.
Rsisons de
l'inadmissibilit4 Anne
elCANADA T.N.I.P.E.1 N.E. N.B. Qu(LOut.Man.Sask.
-------"4-------• ---
•-- ---.-.-.. f
.L.-_-..-._.
Contributions irsuf1 1 125
fiantes dons un 1949330 804 1 19 (436)15249 304
420
230
1,039
15
3099
1948
ern;;loi_assurable 1 1 22318770
th3T
10775228107
(3)-25
Non en chmage 1949
61
- 122821 I23840
153
19482937
$-
------f. --- 1 ------- ---Incapable do
travailler et non 1949911 -(10)133927235586 : 19
338222932543722
disponible 1948713
26
_
ouvrier
1L
r
Refuse une offre de
travail at laisse 19491,581 -(i)5542063214159755
944'668327:77
78247 1
passer urie occasion
19482,473
de travailler
-----------------------+- --------t -------+-"- -Congédiê pour 19495411 (1)-312223220627
2321221112332
inccnduite1948412
---------Emploi qui tt
19493,0182 (21)111719398397415849
volontairement sans
7167981,0407 22179_[35
raison vab1e
l9
r
7221
9631 (38)16248202346
1949
rea ralscns
Aut
261
10776
31
31
' 8
L
612
228
TOTAL 194911,633 23 (510)33691 I 642 3,590 3 1 852798287
4,635 2,922 194812,626] 138850[566
J 2,690
L 637
C.B.
T
116 496
118 783
129
8 663
3
1
102
34
2123
-63
109 212
1228
6 1 21
66 j 511
57 385
13j 197
2073
301 1 1,661
370 2,30
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, JUNE1949 and 1948.
Number Loinmencing Benefit
Numberr-Raceiving
O
On
Pr 0vince
Benefit F Total
Initial
1 Renewal
er.cns
_
----
--------
-
Paid
tClaims
June
Newfoundland
17,205
812
3 1 861
22
(1,368)
101
1,273
1,543
7,554
7,948
1,017
344
584
2,393
111,811
32,211
22,777
45
(2,938)
Prince Edward I sland
575
Nova Scotia .......... 6,344
6,116
New Brunswick
..38,300
Quebec
.............
Ontario............ ..31,152
ManitiDba ............. 5,67
..1,933
Saskatchewan
../4 ,514
Alberta
.......
............
British Columbia
Total
-
25
(1 1.407)
162
2,129
2,097
10,547
10,542
1,491~
542
-
349
Prince Edward I sland
Nova Scotia .........
5,981
3,885
New Brunswick
Quebec............... 23,682
Ontario .............. 18,297
Manitoba..... ..........5,294
Sakathewan ........
1,849
Alberta ...............
3,712
British Columbia
Total
-.
80
2,428
1,342
6,522
5,046
1,079
346
58
1,739
796
1
3
(39)
61
856
554
2,594
477
198
228
1,468
9,434
-
22
689
546
Doliara)
949
787
(82,213)
2,055
(199,065)
10,389
127,047
285,600
21,287
285,851
124,662
644 3,249 1,397,481
498,535 1,101,245
216,920
101,358
79,298
3'7,143
52,783
125,715
2,995
J u n e
Number of Amount of
Benefit
Day&
Benefit
Paid (in
1 9
260,800
597,802
1,855,753
4,113,254
4-A
6,549
118,995
63,590
438,817
324,779
91,247
12,043
239,009
126,410
61,574
4,893
3,449
1,629
742
337
96
32,175
912
3,468
148
1,410
44,563
.2,718
1,060
4,878
230,020
470 0 253
75,767
22,781
16,307
6,474
1,350,735
2,599,716
250
1,597
803,301
628,202
168,956
89,968
MEW
Tableau F. - Nombre de prestataires;
Nombre de ceux qui commencent a recevoir des prestationB 8ur
rclamation initiale at réclnnation renouvelü;
Nombre de jours indniss et montant des prectationa veraea
par province, JUIN 1949 at 1948.
& ontent
Nombre Nonibre de C6UX qui ComrnenCeltN ombre
recevoir desprestations de jours des prosde
prestaindnni- tations
Sur ré- Stir rdProvince
claniation
claniatim
verse es
sea
tairea
Total
initiale renouve1 ee
1
Ui
Terre-N euve .........
lie du Prince Edouard
Nouvelle Ecosse .....
Nouveau Brunswick
Quóbec ..............
Ontario .............
Manitoba ............
Saskatchewan ........
Alberta .............
Colombie Britannique.
45
(2,938)
575
6,344
6,116
38,300
31,152
5,627
1,933
4,514
17,205
25
(1,407)
162
2,129
2,097
10,547
10,542
1,494
542
812
3,861
22
(1,368)
101
1,273
1,543
7,552
7,948
1,017
344
584
2,393
n
3
(39)
61
856
554
2,995
2,594
477
198
228
1,468
-
787
2,055
(82,213) (199,065)
21,287
10,389
285,600
127,047
124,662
285,851
642,249 1,397,481
498,535 1,101,245
216,920
101,358
79,298
37,143
52,783
125,715
597,802
260,800
111,811 32,21122,7779,434 1,855,753 4,113,254
Total -
Juin-1948
lie du Prince Edouard
Nouvelle Ecosse .....
Nouveau Brunswick
Quebec..............
Ontario .............
Manitoba ............
Saskatchewan ........
Alberta .............
Colombia Britannique.
Total
349
5,981
3,885
23,682
18,297
5,294
1 9 849
3,712
12 9 718
80
2,428
1,342
6,522
5,046
1,079
346
1,060
4 1 878
58
1 2 739
796
4,893
3,449
742
250
912
39468
22
689
546
1,629
1,597
337
96
148
1,410
6,549
118,995
63,590
438,817
324,779
91,247
32,175
44,563
230,020
12,043
239,009
126,410
803,301
628,202
168,956
61,574
89,968
470 9 253
-1 75,767 22,78116,3076,474 1,350,735 2,599,716
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