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Employment Insurance

Employment insurance beneficiaries refers to the number of individuals who recently lost their job, are available to work, but are currently unemployed.

Data on this page is seasonally-adjusted.

Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table 14-10-0011-01(Employment Insurance program, beneficiaries receiving regular income benefits). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Highlights

  • Saskatchewan had 15,360 regular EI recipients, down 630 (-3.9%) from a year ago. Saskatchewan's percentage change ranked ninth among provinces. Nationally, there was a decline of 4.6%.
  • The number of regular EI beneficiaries declined by 8.9% (-1,524) from January to July of this year.

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Adapted from Statistics Canada, Table 14-10-0011-01(Employment Insurance program, beneficiaries receiving regular income benefits). This does not constitute an endorsement by Statistics Canada of this product.

Released: September 19, 2019 Next Update: October 24, 2019

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