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Government of Canada
Gouvernement du Canada
STATISTICAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION OF THE
UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ACT
RAPPORT STATISTIQUE SUR L'OPERATION DE LA
LOl D'ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE
SEPTEMBER - 1949
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SEPTEMBRE
UNE
PUBLICATION
DU
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PUBLICATION
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
LO1 D'ASSURANCE-CHOMAGE
SEPTEMBER
-
1949 - SEPTEMBRE
(Compiled from Material supplied by the Unemployment Insurance Commission)
(Publié d'après la matière fournie par Ia Commission d'Assurance-Chomage)
Published by Authority of the Rt. Hon. C. D. Howe Publié par ordre du très hon. C. D. Howe
Miriistre du Commerce
Minister of Trade and Commerce Prepared in the Unemployment Insurance Section, Préparé dans Ia Section de Iassurance-chomagc
Labour and Prices Division.
Division du Travail et des Prix
Dominion Bureau of Statistics, Ottawa
Bureau fédéral de la statistique, Ottawa
1100- 4-I 1-49 Price: 25 cents a copy. Prix: 25 cents l'exemplaire.
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T A B L E OF CONTENTS Pagt
Eplanatory Text ......................................................2
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 and Province .......
4
Table C. - Persons Signing the Live Unemployment Register by Number of
Days Continuously on the Register, Sex 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
Reas onsfor Non-Entitlement................................7
Table F. - Number of Persons Commencing the Receipt of Benefit on Initial
and Renewal Claims; Number of Dayst Benefit Paid and Amount
of Benefit Paid by Province ................................
8
Table G. - Number of Persons Receiving Benefit; Number of Benefit Days
Paid and Amount of Biefit Paid by Province, for Week ending
Third Friday of theMont,h..................................9
T A B L ED E S M A T I E R E S
Texte Explicatif ................................................ 2
Tableau A. - Nombre de rclamations dposes aux bureaux locaux dans
chaque province, selon is genre de rclanation ...........
4
Tableau B. - N0mbre de rclainations actives d' assurance-ch?,inage le
dernier jour ouvrable dii mois, salon le genre de
rEclamation, le sexe at la province ......................
4
Tableau C. - Personnes signant le registre actif du ch2mage selori le
nombre de jours d' inscription continue au registre, le
sexe at la province ......................................
5
Tableau D. - Rg1ement des reclamations initiales, renouveles at
revises; demandes speciales rejetes; r4clamattons soumises
aux tribunaux arbitraux, at reclamations pendantes 'a la
findu mois ..............................................6
Tableau E. - Réclainants n' ayant pas droit 'a la prestation dans chaque
province, at principales raisons de l'inadmissibilit. ....7
Tableau F. - Nombre de personnes qui commencent 'a recevoir des preatations
sur r6clamation initiale at reclamation renouveiee; nombre
de jours indenniss at montant des prostations verses par
p rovince .................................................8
Tableau G. - Nombre de prestataires; nombre de jours indannis6s at
montant des prestations verses; par province, pour la
sexnaine finissant le troisi'eme vendredt du mois ..........
STATISTICAL REPORT ON THE OPERATION OF ThE UNkPL1OYIk2T IN SURAMC9 ACT
September - 19 49
A total of 59,080 ölaims for Unemployment Insurance benefit
was filed in local offices of the Unemployment Inairance Coiseion
during September compared with 57,750 in August and 33,036 during
September 1948. Included in thase totals are 7,145 revised claims ( i.e.
reconsiderations of existing olaima) during September, 7,459 in August
and 4,893 in September last year. Thus, initial and renewal claims,
representing mainly new cases of recorded unemployMent among inaur'ed
persons, totalled 51,935 in September, 50,291 in August and 28,143 in
September 1948.
At September 30th, ordinary claims on the live unemployment
register numbered 83025 (59,567 male and 23,958 female) as against
80,813 (57,349 male and 23,464 female) at August 31st and 4.6,761
(28,326 male and 16,435 female) at September 30th last year. Ordinary
claims are those filed by claimants who have separated from their
former employments (although they may hold email subsidiary jobs). In
addition, there were at September 30th 11,570 (9,116 male and 2,454
female) "other claimants" on the live unemployment register compared
with 13,066 (10,638 male and 2,428 fsna.1s) on August 31st and 2,252
(1,688 male and 564 femals) on $eptember 30, 1948. "Other claimants"
are largely short-time claimat, i.e. those who have been put on
short time at their picoes of employment.
Claimants on the live unemployment register at September 30th
are classified, in Table C. a000rding to the number of days they have
been continuously on the register since the 1at initial or renewal
claim was filed in each case. For purposes of establishing the number
of day8 on the register only joyr of proven unetnplcyment are counted.
Thus, Sundays, days of non-availability and sickness and odd days of
employment are not counted. An initial claim that immediately foilcw&
the terminaticn of a claimant' a benefit year is not taken into consideration since it does not interrupt a continuous period on the register.
During September 58,643 claims were disposed of at adjudicating
centres, including 878 referred to Courts of Referees and to the Umpire
for further consideration end 352 special requests not granted (e.g.
reouests for dependency rate of benefit, antedating, extension of the
two-year period). Of The remaining 57,413 cases, in which the main
consideration was entitlement to benefit, 45,774 were considered
entitled to benefit and 11,639 not entitled to benefit.
Chief reascns for non-entitlement as given by adjudicating
officers were : "insufficient contributions while in insurable
employment" 4,051 cases, "voluntarily left employment without just
cause" 3,474 cases, "refused an offer of work and neglected an
opportunity to work" 1,175 cases, "not capable of and not available
for work" 782 cases, "discharged for misconduct" 659 cases.
RAPPORT STAflSTI(1E SUR L'OPERATION DE LA LOl D'ASJIWICE-QIONAGE
Septembre - 1 9 4 9
En septembre, 59,080 reclamations de prestations d' assurance-ch2mage sont (Jépc4O8 aux bureaux beaux de la Commission d'assurancechmage, on coinparaison de 57,750 en aoit at 33,036 an septembre 1948.
Ce total comprend las reclamations revisées (c' est-à--dire is reconsidération do réclamations déjà existantes) out se chiffrent par 7,145 an
aeptembre, 7,459 an aoit at 4,893 en septe!nbre 1' en dernier. Ain1, lea
reclamations initiales at renouvelCes, qui représentent aurtout des
nouveaux CBS enregistrés do chmage parmi lea peroonnes aasuréee, a' é1vent i 51,935 an septenbre, 50,291 an aotit at 28,143 on saptembre 1948.
Lea reclamations ordinairos inscrites au registre actif du
ch,mage s'é1vent 'a 83,525 (59,567 hommes at 23,958 fmnmes) le 30
aeptembre, contra 80,813 (57049 hommee at 23,/64 fene) au 31 aot
at 44,761 (28,326 hommes at 16,1+ 35 feinmes) le 30 septembre 1948. Los
rclamations ordinaires sont celles qu'ont dCposées las reclamants
qui ont quttt4 lenrs anci.ens emplois (hten qu'ocoupéa peut-trs dens un
emplol do moindre importance). En plus, 1.1 y a 11,570 (9,116 hommes
at 2,454 femmes) "autres réclamations" macrites au registre actif du
ohmage is 30 aeptembro, an comparaison de 13,066 (10,638 hommos at
2,428 fommes) au 31 aoCt at 2,252 (1,688 hommes at 564 femmea) 1. 30
ssptobre 1948. Lea "autres reclamations" riont aurtout ciépoeéea p' dOS
p.rsonnea an ohnnage partial, c'est-'a-dire oe11et qui tavail1ent I
Lempo rCduit dens las étabiiaasnenta oi Shea aont employees.
La tab1eu C classe lea personneb inscritop su registre actif
du oh2imag. 1. 30 septembre, ci' apr'eo le nombre do joura d' inscription
oontinue eu regictre depuic ha derni'ero réc].esnation initials ou renouv.16.. D.ns le relevé du nombre do jours figurant au regiatre, on
no tient compte qua des jours do chmage prouvé. Ainsi, on y fait
abstraction des dtinanches, des jours d'indisponibilité at do maladis,
ini aua des quelques joura d'enpbol occasionnel. On ne tient pas
compte d'une récbamation initiale qul suit immCdiatement la fin d'une
annCe do prestation d 1 un réclamant, puisciu'elie n'interrompt pus is
eontinuité de ispériode déjà lnøcrite su registro.
En septenbre, lea centres d'adjudicatton disposent do 58,643
réclamations, dont 878 sont renvoyées aux tribunaux arbitraux at
1' arbitre pour étude ultérleure at 352 demandes spécialsa rej etées
(dsnandee relatives aux prestations suppiémentaires pour caux qui ont
des personnes
charge, demandes relatives 'a 1' antidats at 'a 1' extension
do ha periods de deux ens). Sur las 57,413 autres reclamations, oà
la decision viait apécialenient l'admissibthité eux prectationa,
45,774 sont considéréea comme ayant droit 'a is preatation at 11,639
coems n'y ayant pas droit.
'a
'a
Lea principales raisons d'inadxnicibi1ité 'a is prestation,
données par lea adjudicateurs, sont: "contributions insuffisantes dana
un snploi assurabie", 4,051 cas; "mnploi quitté volontairement at sans
During September benefit payments amounted to $3,671,773 as
compensation fcr 1,611,461 benefit days compared with total paymente of
$3,717,000 for 1,650,997 compeiisated days in August and $1,694,139
for 871,967 compensated days in September 1948.
In the week of September 10 to 16, a total of 65,443
beneficiaries was paid $848,957 for 372,196 compensated unemployed days
as against 62,705 beneficiaries paid $813,027 for 361,497 days during
the week of August 13th to 19th-. Thus, the average duration of the
unemployment compensated in the week of September 10 to 16 was 5.7
days compared with an average of 5.8 days in the week of August 13 to
19. The average amount of benefit paid was $12.97 both in the week
ending September 16th and in the week ending August 19th while the
average amount of benefit paid per compensated day of unemployment was
$2.28 in the week ending September 16th as against $2.25 in the week
ending August 19th.
Tables A to G 1 following, present data respecting the number
of claims filed apd their disposition; the persons signing the live
unemployment regiater by type of claim and by number of days continuously
on the register by sex; chief reasons for non-entitlement to benefit;
number of day& benefit paid and amount of benefit paid, by province,
for the month of SEPTBER 1949, with comparative figures for September
1948 and number of beneficiaries, days' benefit paid and amount of
benefit paid for the week ending with the third Friday in the month.
1. - For a more complete explanation
of the administrative procedures
out of which these data emerge, see
the Appendix on page 3 of the July
1949_issue.
-3cas;
"refus
d'une offre do travailler ou negligence
juste cause", 3,474
do saisir une occasion de travailler", 1,175 cas; "incapable do
travailler ou indisponible", 782 cas; "congeclie pour inconduite",
659 cas.
En septembre, le total des prestations atteint $3,671,773 pour
1,611,461 jours do chmage indemnise, en comparaison de $3,717,000
pour 1,650,997 jours do chomage indennise en aoit et $1,694,139 pour
871,967 jours do chmage indemnis en septembre 1948.
Durant la semaine du 10 au 16 septembre, 65,443 personnes
reoivent des prestations au montant do $848,957 pour 372,196 jours do
chomage indemnise, en comparaison do 62,705 personnes qui tcuchent
$813,027 pour 361,497 jours do cth2nnage indemnise durant la semaine du
13 au 19 aoiit. Ainsi,.la duree incyenne de ch2mage indemnisé durant la
semaine du 10 au 16 septembre est de 5.7 jours, en comparaison do
celia do 5.8 jours durant la semai.ne du 13 an 19 aot. L1e montant
moyen do prestations pay4es est do $12.97 tant pour la semaine terminee
le 16 septembre que pour cello terminCe le 19 aot; le montant rnoyen
do prestations payees par jour do chBmage indemnise est do $2.28
durant la semairie termtne le 16 septembre et $2.25 durant la semaine
termtrnce le 19 acit.
Los tableaux A 'a G 1 qui suivent, offrent des aonnées
concernant le nornbre de rciamations d4pos6es et leur rg1ement; le
nombre de personnes ayant signe le registre actif de l'assurance-chZnnage,
solon le genre de r6clamation et solon le nombre do jours d'inscription
continue wi registre, par sexe; los principales causes d'inadmissibilite
aux prestations; le nombre do jours indemnisés et le montant des prestations versees, par province, pour le mois de SEPTEMBRE 1949 avec
chiffres comparatifs de septembre 1948, ainsi quo le nombre de prestataires, le nombre de jours indemnises et le montant des prestations
versees durant la semaine terminCe le troisime vendredi dii mois.
Voir l'appendice i la page 3 du
rapport de juillet 1949 pour une
explication plus détaille do la
m4thode administrative do calculer
los donnees.
Table_A.
F roy.
the Local Offices in Each Province by Type of Claim, SEPTWBa 1949 and 1948.
September
1948
1949
ClaimsFiled
Clai ma
Filed
1 sea
37
3
5
29
(368)
(355)
(2,022)
(1,299)
18
176
18
74
93
65
157
65
2,808
3,847
996
1,893
1,525
429
1,459
353
1,218
282
987
552
1 9 763
1,035
2,535
224
21 0 288
2,612
10,681
5,921
11,963
6,713
1,778
2,982
9 1 989
5,426
2,181
4,608
4,060
1,321
16,941
9,334
1,051
1,502
708
2,050
330
669
343
451
891
521
224
146
666
313
196
157
1,221
207
147
405
193
1,833
829
489
9,482
4,558
1,614
935
3,989
4,641
2,475
552
7,145I 33,03617,03411,109
20,054
4,89359,08031,881
-
i_=
Nfld.
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.B.
Que.
Ont.
Man.
Sask.
Alta.
B.C.
Total
- Number_of Claims Filed 1 in
S e p t e m b e r -
I
Table B. - Number of Live Unp1oymerit Insurance Claims on the Last Working Day of SETEBER 1949 and 1948, by
Type of Claim, Sex and Province. ______
Septjriibej:__b
--_Se p
Prov.Ordinary Claims
Other Clajm
1_Other Claims
Ordinary Claims
Fenile
Mele
Total
ota1 Male Female
52
7
Nfld.
45
(127)
(4,108)
(783) (783)
(4,235)
416
121
1
281
1
88
1
1
193
P.E.I.
295
118
5,332
4,381
1,580
1,462
2,862
860
3,722
723
N.S.
138
951
585
5,088
2,156
1,502
N.B.
27
4,043
285
201
84
1,045
654
175
148
23,052
8,141
1,286
9,687
4,011 2,725
31,193
666
288
15,327
Que.
378
5,640
22,039
14,531
7,508
812
82
230
Ont.
312
11,499
6,534
3,464 2,652
4,965
1,809
1,524
6
1,127
1,205
12
8
2032
Men.
3,333
3
3
4
786
1
1
2
517
987
470
2
1
Sask..
1,419
633
3
1,282
1,450 1,450
Alta.
1,107
641
1,937
466
2
267
655
269
12,716
622
5 0 263
B.C.
771
2,087
17
3,373
91
9 1 343
149
74
7,350
-
-
-
Total
(
83,525
59,56723,958
11,5709,1162,454
1. - In this and the following tables figures in parentheses
These are not included in thtals.
44,76128,326
16,435
2 1 252
1 1 688564
are for unemployment assistance in Newfoundland.
Tableau A. - Nombre de rc1amations dposes 1 aux bureaux locaux dane chaque province, aelori le genre de
rclamaticn, SEPTF.YBRE 1949 et 1948.
f 949 ___________
em b" - : -____,--_------_,
Septembre
1.948
--
t-.-Prov.
Reclamatjona
deoseea
Reclamations -,---deposees
TotalInitiales
Renouveles
Revisées
Total
Initiales
Renouve1es
Revis*ea
37 29
T.-N.
3
5
(2,022)(1,299)
(368)
(355)
I.P.E.
17o 93
18
157
18
74
65
65
3,8471,893
2,808
996
N.E.
429
1,525
1,459
353
282
987
N.B.
2,5351,218
1 1,763
552
1,035
224
21,28811 9 963
6 9 713
10,681
2,612
5,921
1,778
2,982
5,426
2,181
4,608
Orit.
16,9419,334
9 1 989
4,060
1,321
2,0501,051
1,502
708
451
330
Man.
669
343
891 521
146
666
196
3 ask.
157
224
313
1,8331,221
klta.
207
147
405
829
489
193
9,4824,558
3 1 989
4,641
1,614
C.B.
552
935
2,475
59,080
31,881
20,054
7,145
17,034
11,109
13036
4,893
-
-
-
-
-
-
--
.----
-
-
-
-
-
-
Nombre de rclamations actjves d' assursrice-chmage le dernier jcur cuvrable de SEPTiMBRE 1949 et
1948, selon le genre de rc1emation, le aexe et La province.
___________________________
____
__ ___
___
___
1948
RéclthñItTciiøidTnaiies
}téclamaticns or'1Thi[resAutres
Pray.
Tmat1cns
-T Autreszc1amatIna
Totii
Hommes
hTC
Yine
fl6s
ta1homme&
5245
T.INH
7f-(127)
(783)
(783)
(4,235) (4,108)
416
121
1
1
281
88
I.P.E.
1
1
295
193
5,332
4,381
951
1,580
118
2 0 862
860
,462
N.E.
3,722
723
585
138
5,088
84
2,156 1,502
N.B.
201
4,043
148
27
1,045
285
654
175
I4,011
8,141
31,193 23,052
2,725
1,286
378
666
288
Qu6.
15,327 9,687 5,640
22,039 14,531
7,508
3,464
2,652
812
11,499
Ont.
312
230
82
6,534 4,965
Man.
6
1,809
1,127
1,205
3,333
12
8
2,332
1,524
3
3
4
786
1
1
2
517
6 ask.
633
987
470
2
1,419
1
3
1,282
Alta.
641
1,937
1,450
1,450
1,107
466
267
2
655
269
12,716 9,343
C.B.
622
5,263 2,087
771
3073
91
17
149
7,350
74
Total
9,116
11,570
44,761 28026_16,435
2,2521,688
83,525 59,567
23,958
2,454
564
1.
Id, et aux tableaux suivants, lea figures entre parenth'eses ont trait au secoura aux chmeurs a Terre-Neuve.
Ceux-ci ne figurent pas dane lea totaux.
Tableau B.
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-
-
-
-
-
-
-.5Table C. - Persons Signing the Live Unnployment Register by Number of Days
Continuously on the Register, Sex and Province, as of SETE1R 30th,
1949.
N umber ofDays Continuouslyonthe Reger
Province and bex
TotU6 and
7-1213-214
25-4849-72
over
under
T
N ewfoundland
M1
Fna.Le
6
3
3
10
8
2
(165)
(7)
(329)
(6)
(722)
(17)
(729)
(39)
(2,062)
(53)
61
47
14
30
20
10
55
37
18
61
43
18
53
30
23
157
118
39
6,912
5,843
1,069
1031
1027
204
725
615
110
1,074
933
141
1 1 280
1,080
2)0
782
695
87
1,520
1,193
327
5073
4,244
1,129
1,158
916
242
461
362
99
609
484
125
962
762
2)0
684
530
154
1,499
1,190
309
52
45
7
U.
10
1
(4,891)
(127)
(884)
(5)
417
295
122
Nova Scotia
MaLe
Female
New Brunswick
Male
Female
(Male)
'Fena1e)
Prince Ndward laland
Male
Fnale
2
2
-
8
8
-
15
14
1
Cuebec
Male
Female
35,204
25,777
9,427
8,097 4,264
6,283 3,298
1,814
966
5,182
3,825
1,357
6,294
4,564
1,730
3,823
2,722
1 1 101
7,544
5,085
2,459
Ontario
Male
Female
25,503
17,183
8020
69 977
5,075
1,902
2,941
2,135
806
3,441
2,378
1,063
3,867
2,390
1,477
2,421
1,494
927
5,856
3,711
2,145
Manitoba
Male
Fema.Le
3,339
1,812
1,527
777
420
357
258
138
120
407
198
209
496
215
281
313
157
156
1,088
684
404
Saskatchewan
Male
Female
1,421
787
634
333
186
147
124
76
48
188
108
80
229
120
109
145
63
82
1402
234
168
3,387
2,732
655
1,885
1,694
191
206
147
59
257
150
107
302
192
110
183
116
67
554
433
121
13,487
99965
3,522
2,471
1,829
642
1,813
1,397
416
1,844
1,399
445
2,325
1,657
668
1,480
1,003
477
3,554
2,680
8714
23001 10,824
17,787 8,190
5,514 2,634
13,063
9,515
3,548
15,826
11,031
4,795
9 1 892
6,818
3 1,074
22,189
15042
6,847
Alberta
Male
Female
British Columbia
Male
Female
TOTAL
MALE
FALE
-
95,095
68,683
26,412
-5-.
Tableau C. - Pereonnes signant le regiatre actif du ch&aage selon le noabre de
jours d' inscription continue au registre, is sexe at ia province,
au 30SPTBRE, 1949.
Nobre de joura d' inscription continue an registre
Province at aexe6 at
et
Total 7-1213-24 25-1.8 49-7273plus
Terre-N euve
10
8-.
52
11
6
2
15
barnes
8
8
10
2
3
14
45
Fwne
1
1
2
7
3
-
-
-
(Hommes)
(Frnea)
(729)
(39)
(2 1 06
(53)
61
43
18
53
30
23
157
118
39
1,074
933
141
1,280
1,080
200
782
695
87
1,520
1,193
327
461
362
99
609
484
125
962
762
200
684
530
154
1,499
1,190
309
8,097
6,283
1,814
4,264
3,298
966
5,182
3 0 825
1057
6,294
4,564
1,730
3,823
2,722
1,101
7,544
5,085
2,459
25,503
17,183
8,320
6,977
5,075
1,902
2,941
2,135
806
3,41.1
2,378
1,063
3,867
2,390
1,477
2,421
19494
927
5,856
3,711
2,145
3,339
1,812
1,527
777
420
357
258
138
120
407
198
209
496
215
281
313
157
156
1,088
684
404
Saskatchewan
1,421
787
634
333
186
147
124
76
48
188
108
80
229
120
109
145
63
82
402
234
168
Alberta
Hommea
3,387
2,732
655
1,885
1,694
191
206
147
59
257
150
107
302
192
110
183
116
67
554
433
121
13,487
9,965
3,522
2,471
1,829
642
1,813
1,397
416
1 2 844
1,399
445
2025
1,657
668
1,480
1,003
477
3,554
2,680
874
95,095
68,683
26,412
23,301
17,787
5,514
10,824
8,190
2,634
13,063
9,515
3,548
15,826
11,031
4,795
9,892
6,818
3,074
22 0 189
15,342
6,847
(4,891)
(127)
(884)
(5)
(165)
(7)
(329)
(6)
()
(17)
417
295
122
61
47
14
30
20
10
55
37
18
Nouvelle Ecosse
Homrnee
Fanmes
6 0 912
5,843
1,069
1,531
1,327
204
725
615
110
Nouveau Brunswick
Homnies
Femmes
5073
4,244
1,129
1,158
916
242
Quebec
Homnies
Fearnes
35,204
25,777
9,427
Ontario
Hommes
Femmee
lie du Prince Edouard
Hoarnes
Fearnee
Manitoba
Hommea
Femmes
Horniiies
Femmos
Frnnee
Co1oibierit.nnique
Hommee
Pauses
TOTAL
HOMMES
FEMES
Table D. - Disposition of Initial (I), Renewal (it) and Revised (Rev.) Claims; Special Requests not Granted 1 ;
Claims Referred to Courts of Referees2 and Claims Fending at the end of the Month of SEPTBER 1949
id 19L8.
ciaimaT
C 1 aIm a
A d j u d i c a t e d
Total
0
1Referedto
Pending
C(*11t& of
Not Entitled to
Prov. Dposed - Entitled to Benefit
Requests
Referees
not
of
Benefit
Granted
Rev.
Rev.
Rev.
R
Rev.
R
I
I
Rev.
September_-_1949
1
22
2
2
1
3
23
6 -3
37
Nfld.
(196) (245)
(419)
(27)
(744)
(96)
(19)
(778)
(7)
(9)
(1,624)
(269)
6
2
1
26
2
-11
184
23
70
13
3
P.E.I.
69
48
40
466
368
266
87
1,484
19
1,272
97
'
I
l
579
N.S.
3,844
24
18it
160
326
201
1,024
403
55
24
54
N.B.
2,583
804
362
311
132
it
1,374
21,831
3,485
2,769
583
Qua.
9,657
824
6,154
1,350
2,818
908
661
2,217
472
253
6,813
1,187
233
124
Ont.
4,755
16,482
12
62
it
121
281
133
274
73
25
Man.
119
1,895
674
541
1
20
12
58
21
2
136
215
24
Sask.
353
59
141
869
22
22
50
t
47
256
33
15
265
Alta.
1,764
900
374
114
1,228
661
23
1,110
3,418 526
99j
99
B.C.
341285
9,154
3,352
I
1
Total
58,643
24,11317,825
Sept ernbe r
P.E.I.
N.S.
N.H.
Qua.
Ont.
Man.
156
2,777
1,781
10,839
9,742
1,466
670
Sask.
AltS.790
B.C.4,440
Total
922
695
3,636
3,070
457
199
292
1,618
60
917
515
2,490
3,670
369
175
181
1,368
7,805
1,666
2,168
352
878
9,043
3,672
777
1 9_48
30
71
187
465
292
97
673
2,344
1,322
609
213
94
62
119
60
148
748
175
3
101
61
501
296
63
25
25
215
8
119
87
848
528
196
68
56
225
1
15
9
62
42
8
2
3
15
3
51
25
285
205
66
20
25
76
24
388
188
1,888
1,736
189
117
140
797
8
139
100
688
514
69
39
27
323
1
42
3,836
-
25
330
104
6
33
14
126
681
5,681 1,290
157
756
1,907
I 5,475
2,135
1,964
1. - Includes such requests as antedating, extension of the two-year period and cancellation of benefit year.
2. - Includes claims referred to the Umpire.
32,661
10,933
9,745
0'
rableau D. - Rg1nent dea rc1amationa initialea (I), rerouve16ea (R) et reviaea (Rev.); dndes apéci1ea
rejetea1 ; rc1arnations aoiaes aux tribunaux arbitraux2 , et 2éo1a*at1ons pendantes 'a la fin du
mois_de_5'1BRE_1949_et_1948.
Prov.
Total
desrclamationa
réglées
--
T.-N.
Seek.
Alta.
C.B.
37
(1,624)
184
3,844
2,583
21,831
16,482
1,895
869
1,764
9,1541
Total
58,643
I.P.E.
N.E.
N.B.
Q.
Out.
Man.
6
(778)
70
1,484
804
5,57
6,813
674
353
900
3,352
24,113
156
2,777
1,781
10,839
9,742
1,466
670
790
4,44.0
14
922
695
3,636
3,070
457
199
292
1,618
(19)
1
19
24
132
124
12
2
15
23
I
PI Pendantos
Rev.
R
I
I22
1
23
3
(96)
(1.19)
(269)
26
13
69
266
1,272
579
1,024
201
403
, ,154
i,3502,769
2,217
1,187
4,755
281
119
541
141
59
215
256
114
374
3,418526
1,110
(7)
2
87
54
c83
472
73
21
33
341
7,805
1,666
2,168
352
878
9,043
3,672
777
3
101
61
501
296
63
25
25
215
8
119
87
848
528
196
68
56
225
1
15
9
62
42
8
2
3
15
3
51
25
285
205
66
20
25
76
1388
P188
24
8
139
100
688
514
69
39
27
323
1
42
25
330
104
6
33
14
126
17,825
eptembre
I.P.E.
N.E.
N.B.
Qué.
Out.
Man.
Saak.
Alta.
C.B.
R4clamations 8011mises aux
+ r.,naux
arbitraux
Rev.
jugées
Rc1arnations
____________
Demandes
N' ayant pea droit
Ayant droitla
apeciales
la prostation
prostation
rejeee
______________________
Rev.
R
Rev.
Rev.
I
R
1
S e p tern b r e9 4 9
60
917
515
2,490
3,670
369
175
181
1068
3,836
-194
7
187
97
673
609
94
62
60
175
2
(9)
3
97
55
824
661
133
58
50
285
2
(27)
40
18
362
253
62
20
22
.
i
3
(71.4.) (196) (245)
6
2
23
48
466
368
24
160
326
3,485 1,374
311
908
233
II2,818
121
274
25
12
136
24
22
47
265
1,228
66199
8
30
465
292
2,344.
1,322
213
119
148
748
TotalI 32,661 110,933 9,745 1,96415, 681 1,290 2,135
1,888
1,736
189
117
148
797
I
15717565, 475 1,907 - 681
1. - Y compris dandes d' antidate, do prolongation de la période do deux axis atid' ennulation do 1' année de prestat
2. - Reclamations acumises 1''rbitre.
a'
Table E. - Claimants not Entitled to Benefit in Each Province during SEPTJJABER 1949 and 1948, with Chief Reasons
for Non-&tiUeent.
I
Chief Reasofl8 fbr
Ont.
Year CANADA INfld.IP.E.L' N.S. N.B.
Qua.
Mazi.
Sak.
Alta. B.C.
Non-Entit1enent
Insuffi dent Contributiors 'whj]e j
insurable employment
1949
1948
Not unemployed
1949
1948
307
860
Not capable of and
not available for
work
1949
1948
I782
Loss of work due to
a labour dispute
1949
1948
176
458
Refused offer of
work and neglected 1949
1948
opportunity to work
1,175
1055
Discharged for
1
J
I
4,051 16 (317)
2,132
(4)
-
14
17
-
376
249
283
152
1,553
750
896
508
22
10
13
63
347
161
163
23
27
224
228
327
201
8
71
429
51
23
-
(8)
-
594
3
-
26
42
24
-
-
_____________
-
-
-
121
91
64
43
151
51
57'
271
4
18
1
38
3
28
21]
54
10
21
15
28
20
7
51
1
-
-
21
-
-
-
(1)
1
4
42
65
9
53
458
504
338
312
67
159
51
49
19
47
19(
16;
(7)
1
1
40
48
23
29
352
234
200
118
12
2
4
5
7
7
2C
21
1949
1948
659
465
1949
19/48
3,474
2 1 738
7
(36)
9
18
175
199
113
142
1 1 165
1,048
1,046
656
188
159
65
48
98
73
6o
39
Other Reasons 1949
1948
1,015
504
2
(62)
3
1
58
40
43
24
290
153
331
165
41
33
13
14
33
3
201
71
11,639 25 (3)
9,106
31
41
763
685
512
440
4,176
3,693
3050
20 146
487
472
220
212
339
229
1 0 73E
1,18
misconduct
Voluntarily left
employment without
just cause
WTPIL
-
1949
1948
-
Tableau E. - R6c1eant& & ayant pa& droit 'a La pretation th*ns chaque province en SEPTERE 1949 et 1942, et
principelee raleon: de 1'inadi:ibi1ite.
Ann*e
CANADA
1949
1948
4,051
2,132
1949
1948
307
860
782
disponible
1949
1948
Perte de traVail
due 'a ur. difTrend
ouvrier
1949
1948
176
Refuse unu offro do
trevail et 1aie
1949
1 1 175
1055
1 1 inadmissibilitd
Contribution:
eriplol e.eurable
N Oflomage
passer une
OCCaSIOn
de travailler
CongdIé pour
1948
T.-N.II.P.E.I_N.E.
16 (317)
(4)
-
14
17
-
-
(8)
-
594
3
-
-
()
458
Ont.lMan.
896
508
121
91
64
43
151
51
577
271
22
42
10
13
63
347
161
163
4
18
1
38
3
28
43
211
26
42
23
27
224
228
327
201
54
10
21
15
28
20
76
51
8
71
429
51
23
-
-
-
-
-
21
6
-
1
4
42
65
9
53
458
504
338
312
67
159
51
49
19
47
('i)
1
1
40
48
23
29
352
234
200
118
12
2
4
5
7
7
21
9
18
188
159
65
48
98
73
608
395
3474
2,738
7
(36)
175
199
113
142
1,165
1,048
1,046
656
Autresraisons
1949
1948
1015
504
2
(6358
1
40
13
24
290
153
331
165
1949
1948
11,639
9,106
-
1
(1)
1949
1948
TOTAL
C. B.
1,553
750
volontairement san
raison valable
*.ita.
283
1949
1948 1
-
J
152
inconduite
659
465
Sask.
376
249
24
-
-
-
N.B.
25 (435)
31
41
763
685
512
440
4,176 3,350
3,693 2,146
4113
33
14
487
472
220
212
190
162
20
33201
71
3
339
229
1,736
1,188
-8Table F. - Number Commencing the Receipt of Benefit on Initial and
Renewal Claims;
Number of Days' befit Paid and Mount of Benefit Paid;
by Province, SPTBEh 1949 and 1948.
Commencing Benefit Number of Amount of
Benefit
Days'
10n
JOn
Benefit
Paid
TotalInitial
Renewal
(in Dollars)
P aid
Persona{ciaima
1claims
Number
Province
S e p t e m b e r
-1949
Alberta
British Columbia
16
(914)
105
2,146
1,537
12,689
9,686
1,054
438
909
5,834
12
(706)
61
1,197
739
7,704
6,563
589
279
621
2,895
4
(208)
44
949
798
4,985
3,123
465
159
288
2,939
1,306
(86,898)
9,219
101,282
93074
602,705
440,414
64,480
25,699
42,180
230,202
3060
(211,261)
18,820
231,723
217,041
1059,673
1,000,610
138,624
54,118
99,528
548,276
Total -
34,414
20,660
13,754
1 1 611,461
3 1 671,773
Newfeundland
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
aakatchewan
September
-1948
Manitoba
askatcbewan
Alberta
British Columbia
84
1,395
833
5,072
5,922
745
360
421
2,507
42
812
460
3,240
2,768
428
212
258
1,575
42
583
373
1,832
3,154
317
148
163
932
9,684
5064
139,008
70,418
43,057
80,328
290,148
548,658
239,267
469,506
47,078
87,169
36,897
19,540
21,549
43,196
135,546 - -279,693
Tctal -
17,339
9 1 795
7,544
871,967
Prince Edward Island
Nova Scotia
New Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
1,694,139
8
Tableau F. - Nombre de ceux qui oonitencent a recevoir des prestations our
rc1amation initiale et rc1amation renouve1e;
Nombre de jours indnnisés at montant des prestations ver&es
par province, STMB1E 1949 at 1948.
Nombre de caix quicommencent
a_recevoirdesprestati.ons- Nombre- de
Montant
Province
Sur réjoura
des prosIsurrclaination
clainat
ion
indemnisés
tations
Tota].
I
enouve1e
verséca
j
Terre-Neuve
lie du Prince Edouard
Nouvelle Ecosse
Nouveau Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
saskatchewan
Alberta.
Colombie britannique
Total -
lie du krincc Edouard
Nouvelle Ecosse
Nouveau Brunswick
Quebec
Ontario
Manitoba
Saskatchewan
Alberta
Colombie Britannique
Total -
16
(914)
105
2,146
1,537
12,689
9,686
1,054
138
909
5,834
34,414
84
1095
833
5,072
5,922
745
360
421
2,507
17,339
S e p t e m b r e-194 2
1,306
12
4
(86,898)
(208)
(706)
9,219
61
44
101,282
1,197
949
798
93,974
739
602,705
7,704
4,985
3,123
6,563
440,414
64,480
465
589
25,699
159
279
288
42,180
621
230 1 202
- 2,939
2,895
3,360
(211,261)
18,820
231,723
217,041
1,359,673
1,000,610
138,624
54,118
99,528
548,276
1,611, /61
3,671,773
Sej te rn b r a-1948
42
42
5064
812
583
70,418
460
373
43,057
1,832
290,148
3,240
2,768
239,267
3,154
428
47,078
317
148
212
19,540
258
163
21,549
1,575
932
135,546
9,684
139,008
80,328
548,658
469,506
87,169
36,897
43,196
279 9 693
871,967
1,694,139
20,660
9,795
13,754
7044
S
Table G. - Number of Persons Receiving Benefit;
Number of Benefit Days Paid and Amount of Benefit Paid;
by Province, for Week SEPTdBER 10 to 16, inciusive.
Province
Number
Number of
Receiving
Benefit
Day& Benefit
Paid
Amount of
Benefit Paid
(in Dollars)
32
209
520
(3,470)
(20,602)
(49,850)
429
2,506
5,114
Nov.. Scotia
4,408
23061
53,393
New Brunswick
3,966
22,235
51091
Quebec
23,650
139,161
313,176
Ontario
18,407
101,846
234,253
2,609
14,832
31,351
973
5,710
11,919
Alberta
1,816
9093
22,696
Brit1h Columbia
9,153
52,743
125,144
372,196
848,957
Newfoundland
Prince Edward Island
anitoba
Saskatchewan
TOTAL
-
65,443
-
-9Tableau G. Nombre de prestataires;
Nombre de jours indnnls€s at montant des prestations ver8es;
par province, pour is snainedu 10 au 16 SEFT4BRE, iriclusiveent.
Province
Nombre deNombre de Montant des
prestatairesjoursprestations
iridemnissvers(en dollars
Terre-41 euve
32
(3,470)
209
(20,602)
520
(49,850)
429
2,506
5,114
Nouvelle Ecosse
4,408
23,361
53,393
Nouveau brunswick
3,966
22,235
51,391
Qwbec
23,650
139,161
313,176
Ontario
18,407
101,846
234,253
Manitoba
2,609
14,832
31,351
973
5,710
11,919
Alberta
1,816
9,593
22,696
Colombie Britanniquo
9,153
52,743
125,144
lie du Prince Edouard
Saskatchewan
DTAL -
65,1443 372,196
848,957
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