Government Programs Canada for Financial Assistance

Financial services to help with food, utilities and rent in Canada

When looking for financial relief or assistance, many Canadians turn to one of the government programs or alternative options available for help.

These programs are available to those experiencing financial hardship that might have difficulty making ends meet for a variety of reasons.

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There is also the option of visiting the Government of Canada’s income assistance program to check whether you might be eligible for financial help. There are many programs that exist which include unemployment insurance, disability benefits, and immigration loan programs.

For those that are already receiving benefits there are social assistance loan options that can be an option when unexpected expenses come up and a need for funds occurs.

For further information you can visit:

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/services/benefits/income-assistance.html 

For more information about Unemployment Insurance you can visit:

https://www.canada.ca/en/services/benefits/ei.html

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