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Appendix 4
Additional Statistical Information

These additional statistical tables supplement the information contained in this report. They provide information on low income and labour market participation trends and are on the NCB website at: www.nationalchildbenefit.ca.

Table 1a: Post-tax LICOs – Income thresholds, by family size and community size, 2005
Community size
Rural areas Urban areas
Size of family unit Less than
30,000 Reference a is located after the table
30,000 to
99,999
100,000 to
499,999
500,000 and
over
1 person 11,271 12,899 14,389 14,571 17,230
2 persons 13,718 15,700 17,514 17,734 20,969
3 persons 17,082 19,548 21,808 22,083 26,112
4 persons 21,310 24,388 27,207 27,550 32,576
5 persons 24,266 27,772 30,982 31,371 37,095
6 persons 26,912 30,799 34,360 34,792 41,139
7 or more persons 29,557 33,827 37,737 38,212 45,183
  • Reference a from the above table Includes cities with population between 15,000 and 30,000 and small urban areas (under 15,000).
    Source from the above table Source : Special tabulations based on Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
    Reference from the above table Note : LICOs represent 1992 base year.
Table 1b: Pre-tax LICOs – Income thresholds, by family size and community size, 2005

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Community size
Rural areas Urban areas
Size of family unit Less than
30,000 Reference a is located after the table
30,000 to
99,999
100,000 to
499,999
500,000
over
1 person 14,313 16,283 17,795 17,906 20,791
2 persons 17,818 20,270 22,153 22,290 25,884
3 persons 21,904 24,920 27,234 27,403 31,821
4 persons 26,596 30,257 33,067 33,272 38,635
5 persons 30,164 34,316 37,504 37,735 43,819
6 persons 34,021 38,703 42,298 42,561 49,420
7 or more persons 37,877 43,090 47,093 47,384 55,022
  • Reference a from the above table Includes cities with population between 15,000 and 30,000 and small urban areas (under 15,000).
    Source from the above table Source : Special tabulations based on Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
    Reference from the above table Note : LICOs represent 1992 base year.
Table 1c: Post-tax LIM – Income thresholds, by family size and composition, 2005

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Number of Childrens
Number of adults 0 1 2 3 4
1 14,604 20,446 24,827 29,208
2 20,446 24,827 29,208 33,589 37,970
3 26,287 30,668 35,050 39,431
4 32,129 36,510 40,891
5 37,970 42,352 46,733
6 43,812
  • Source from the above table Source : Special tabulations based on Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
Table 2: LICOs & LIM – Number and percentage of families with children under 18 below the low-income thresholds, by family type, Canada 1984 to 2005

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Post-tax LICOs Pre-tax LICOs Post-tax LMI
Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families
Year N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) %
1984 236 45.5 277 9.1 524 14.7 282 54.4 394 13.0 689 19.3 230 44.3 278 9.2 518 14.5
1985 232 45.6 266 8.7 506 14.1 270 52.8 356 11.7 635 17.7 227 44.5 256 8.4 492 13.7
1986 202 40.0 248 8.1 456 12.7 242 47.9 334 10.9 584 16.2 204 40.4 250 8.1 462 12.8
1987 216 41.7 236 7.7 455 12.6 258 50.0 311 10.2 575 16.0 215 41.7 240 7.8 459 12.8
1988 209 39.2 195 6.3 411 11.2 251 47.1 279 9.0 540 14.7 221 41.4 209 6.7 437 11.9
1989 198 35.7 195 6.3 398 10.8 247 44.6 267 8.6 521 14.2 205 37.0 219 7.1 430 11.7
1990 257 41.5 219 7.1 480 12.9 326 52.6 312 10.2 645 17.4 260 41.9 229 7.5 495 13.3
1991 265 41.6 251 8.2 522 14.0 326 51.2 349 11.4 683 18.4 251 39.3 236 7.7 492 13.2
1992 288 39.9 240 7.8 533 14.0 368 51.0 344 11.2 719 18.9 267 37.0 224 7.3 497 13.0
1993 300 39.9 289 9.5 597 15.6 394 52.5 402 13.2 808 21.1 264 35.2 231 7.6 504 13.1
1994 279 40.4 286 9.3 576 15.1 348 50.4 392 12.7 754 19.8 238 34.4 243 7.9 492 12.9
1995 289 41.9 334 10.6 629 16.3 361 52.4 434 13.8 805 20.9 246 35.6 259 8.2 512 13.3
1996 339 46.0 343 10.9 687 17.6 408 55.4 463 14.7 878 22.5 314 42.6 271 8.6 591 15.1
1997 322 43.2 327 10.4 655 16.8 391 52.3 431 13.7 828 21.3 311 41.6 263 8.4 579 14.9
1998 281 37.0 273 8.8 562 14.6 362 47.6 381 12.3 751 19.4 286 37.5 236 7.6 529 13.7
1999 252 34.2 261 8.4 520 13.5 330 44.7 359 11.6 697 18.1 259 35.1 235 7.6 502 13.0
2000 229 30.8 258 8.3 489 12.7 301 40.4 345 11.1 649 16.8 230 30.9 251 8.1 484 12.5
2001 208 27.9 212 6.9 421 11.0 285 38.2 323 10.5 610 15.9 227 30.4 240 7.8 468 12.2
2002 233 31.6 201 6.5 437 11.4 319 43.1 318 10.3 639 16.7 261 35.4 221 7.2 485 12.7
2003 229 31.8 209 6.8 443 11.7 301 41.8 307 10.0 613 16.2 255 35.5 225 7.3 485 12.8
2004 223 30.5 212 7.0 435 11.6 301 41.3 315 10.4 616 16.4 253 34.7 238 7.9 491 13.1
2005 190 24.4 207 6.9 399 10.5 280 36.0 298 9.8 581 15.2 227 29.1 228 7.5 458 12.0
  • Source from the above table Source: Special tabulations based on Survey of Consumer Finance and Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
    Reference from the above table Note: LICOs represent 1992 base year. There is a small number of families which are neither single- nor two-parent. Thus, the total number of families is greater than the sum of the single- and two-parent families.
Table 2a: LICOs & LIM – Number and percentage of children under 18 below the low-income thresholds, by family type, Canada 1984 to 2005

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Post-tax LICOs Pre-tax LICOs Post-tax LIM
Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families
Year N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) % N (000's) %
1984 417 49.9 588 10.5 1,026 15.8 488 58.4 829 14.7 1,342 20.6 406 48.6 617 11.0 1,046 16.1
1985 414 50.5 577 10.2 1,004 15.5 471 57.4 755 13.4 1,242 19.1 403 49.1 567 10.1 983 15.1
1986 355 44.0 510 9.0 873 13.4 412 51.2 694 12.3 1,120 17.2 350 43.5 534 9.4 902 13.9
1987 383 46.5 493 8.7 884 13.5 454 55.1 656 11.6 1,120 17.1 379 45.9 534 9.4 921 14.1
1988 369 43.5 407 7.2 788 12.0 434 51.1 568 10.0 1,018 15.5 384 45.2 456 8.0 853 13.0
1989 349 40.4 400 7.0 762 11.5 424 49.1 548 9.6 987 14.9 359 41.5 462 8.1 835 12.6
1990 439 44.4 470 8.3 921 13.7 551 55.8 658 11.6 1,223 18.3 445 45.1 503 8.9 962 14.4
1991 475 46.3 519 9.1 1,007 14.9 575 56.1 726 12.8 1,316 19.5 447 43.6 495 8.7 954 14.1
1992 501 43.3 511 9.0 1,022 14.9 632 54.6 712 12.6 1,357 19.8 453 39.2 471 8.3 936 13.7
1993 538 43.7 598 10.7 1,152 16.7 696 56.5 819 14.6 1,536 22.3 462 37.5 494 8.8 973 14.1
1994 487 43.7 589 10.2 1,099 15.8 595 53.4 809 14.0 1,432 20.6 411 36.9 527 9.1 960 13.8
1995 524 46.8 684 11.8 1,222 17.5 640 57.1 881 15.2 1,539 22.0 435 38.8 539 9.3 989 14.2
1996 570 49.2 718 12.3 1,304 18.6 684 59.0 952 16.3 1,654 23.6 515 44.4 576 9.9 1,107 15.8
1997 550 47.2 683 11.8 1,242 17.8 653 56.0 884 15.2 1,548 22.1 518 44.4 554 9.6 1,082 15.5
1998 492 40.5 577 10.1 1080 15.5 622 51.2 802 14.0 1,436 20.6 491 40.4 515 9.0 1,017 14.6
1999 441 37.1 550 9.6 1001 14.4 565 47.6 765 13.3 1,343 19.3 452 38.1 506 8.8 969 13.9
2000 406 34.4 546 9.5 955 13.8 514 43.5 732 12.8 1,251 18.1 393 33.3 533 9.3 930 13.4
2001 366 31.0 467 8.2 835 12.1 489 41.3 699 12.2 1,191 17.2 392 33.1 533 9.3 927 13.4
2002 428 35.1 409 7.3 839 12.2 569 46.7 664 11.8 1,238 18.0 479 39.3 454 8.1 937 13.7
2003 398 34.2 447 7.9 850 12.5 529 45.4 671 11.9 1,207 17.7 453 38.8 490 8.7 949 13.9
2004 407 34.2 470 8.4 877 13.0 539 45.4 670 12.0 1,210 17.9 461 38.9 519 9.3 981 14.5
2005 351 28.1 434 7.9 788 11.7 504 40.3 626 11.4 1,134 16.8 419 33.6 476 8.7 898 13.3
  • Source from the above table Source: Special tabulations based on Survey of Consumer Finance and Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
    Reference from the above table Note:LICOs represent 1992 base year. There is a small number of families which are neither single- nor two-parent. Thus, the total number of families is greater than the sum of the single- and two-parent families.
Table 3a: Post-tax LICOs – Percentage by which family income is below or above the low-income thresholds, by family type, Canada, 1984 to 2005

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Low-income families: % below LICO Non low-income families: % above LICO
Year Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families
1984 0.343 0.328 0.337 0.896 1.292 1.254
1985 0.350 0.289 0.318 0.897 1.332 1.292
1986 0.331 0.292 0.311 0.858 1.339 1.291
1987 0.320 0.283 0.301 0.932 1.357 1.315
1988 0.318 0.265 0.293 0.894 1.377 1.326
1989 0.301 0.304 0.301 0.984 1.418 1.370
1990 0.317 0.319 0.319 0.889 1.390 1.333
1991 0.327 0.304 0.315 0.844 1.329 1.271
1992 0.315 0.360 0.336 0.799 1.369 1.291
1993 0.302 0.281 0.292 0.769 1.330 1.249
1994 0.301 0.313 0.308 0.816 1.300 1.236
1995 0.291 0.297 0.295 0.848 1.315 1.256
1996 0.287 0.306 0.298 0.804 1.315 1.251
1997 0.306 0.333 0.322 0.803 1.369 1.294
1998 0.307 0.294 0.302 0.845 1.426 1.341
1999 0.292 0.307 0.301 0.894 1.493 1.404
2000 0.273 0.285 0.280 0.943 1.588 1.489
2001 0.277 0.307 0.292 0.997 1.646 1.543
2002 0.276 0.297 0.286 0.940 1.665 1.556
2003 0.280 0.278 0.280 0.970 1.681 1.575
2004 0.281 0.299 0.290 0.951 1.770 1.644
2005 0.285 0.334 0.310 1.123 1.716 1.612
  • Source from the above table Source: Special tabulations based on Survey of Consumer Finance and Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
    Reference from the above table Note: LICOs represent 1992 base year. This table describes both the "depth" of poverty among low-income families with children under 18 and the "height" of non-poverty among the non low-income families. Because the LICOs are indexed annually by the change in the cost of living, changes in income relative to the LICOs represent changes in "real" income. Thus, this table shows whether low-income families are getting more or less poor over time and whether non low-income families are getting wealthier over time.
Table 3b: Pre-tax LICOs – Percentage by which family income is below or above the low-income thresholds, by family type, Canada, 1984 to 2005

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Low-income families: % below LICO Non low-income families: % above LICO
Year Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families
1984 0.404 0.324 0.359 0.928 1.318 1.286
1985 0.418 0.306 0.355 0.900 1.359 1.320
1986 0.398 0.313 0.350 0.861 1.393 1.345
1987 0.388 0.306 0.342 0.988 1.444 1.404
1988 0.388 0.284 0.333 0.918 1.468 1.416
1989 0.365 0.314 0.338 1.055 1.525 1.478
1990 0.371 0.315 0.344 1.007 1.527 1.475
1991 0.386 0.313 0.348 0.927 1.471 1.413
1992 0.368 0.341 0.355 0.876 1.502 1.428
1993 0.352 0.301 0.327 0.842 1.467 1.390
1994 0.366 0.325 0.345 0.886 1.455 1.387
1995 0.356 0.323 0.339 0.947 1.476 1.418
1996 0.365 0.316 0.340 0.883 1.473 1.409
1997 0.379 0.304 0.342 0.849 1.523 1.444
1998 0.362 0.304 0.334 0.903 1.601 1.510
1999 0.347 0.303 0.326 0.944 1.646 1.554
2000 0.333 0.314 0.323 0.976 1.746 1.639
2001 0.328 0.297 0.311 0.993 1.757 1.647
2002 0.327 0.280 0.304 0.963 1.777 1.669
2003 0.340 0.284 0.313 0.968 1.791 1.681
2004 0.339 0.311 0.325 0.945 1.890 1.761
2005 0.322 0.338 0.330 1.197 1.794 1.700
  • Source from the above table Source: Special tabulations based on Survey of Consumer Finance and Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
    Reference from the above table Note: LICOs represent 1992 base year. This table describes both the "depth" of poverty among low-income families with children under 18 and the "height" of non-poverty among the non low-income families. Because the LICOs are indexed annually by the change in the cost of living, changes in income relative to the LICOs represent changes in "real" income. Thus, this table shows whether low-income families are getting more orless poor over time and whether non low-income families are getting wealthier over time.
Table 3c: Post-tax LIM – Percentage by which family income is below or above the low-income thresholds, by family type, Canada 1984 to 2005

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Low-income families: % below LMI Non low-income families: % above LMI
Year Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families
1984 0.319 0.324 0.324 0.951 1.366 1.325
1985 0.333 0.300 0.315 0.930 1.380 1.337
1986 0.309 0.292 0.300 0.877 1.383 1.334
1987 0.302 0.274 0.287 0.935 1.391 1.346
1988 0.301 0.266 0.285 0.893 1.356 1.308
1989 0.306 0.295 0.300 0.923 1.354 1.305
1990 0.292 0.309 0.301 0.887 1.383 1.326
1991 0.298 0.282 0.290 0.903 1.437 1.370
1992 0.287 0.365 0.323 0.845 1.465 1.377
1993 0.264 0.272 0.268 0.837 1.457 1.364
1994 0.277 0.302 0.289 0.848 1.451 1.365
1995 0.275 0.294 0.285 0.867 1.467 1.386
1996 0.237 0.306 0.271 0.900 1.492 1.416
1997 0.256 0.357 0.305 0.896 1.541 1.455
1998 0.270 0.276 0.274 0.899 1.541 1.449
1999 0.281 0.319 0.301 0.901 1.531 1.440
2000 0.277 0.278 0.278 0.905 1.590 1.486
2001 0.286 0.282 0.284 0.925 1.580 1.478
2002 0.280 0.281 0.281 0.882 1.584 1.484
2003 0.286 0.278 0.283 0.903 1.603 1.503
2004 0.291 0.290 0.288 0.852 1.660 1.542
2005 0.295 0.310 0.303 1.033 1.558 1.470
  • Source from the above table Source: Special tabulations based on Survey of Consumer Finance and Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2004.
    Reference from the above table Note: This table describes both the "depth" of poverty among low-income families with children under 18 and the "height" of non-poverty among the non low-income families. Because the LMI is set with reference to median family income, changes in income relative to the LMI describe shifts in the income distribution and not changes in inflation-adjusted ("real") incomes.
Table 4: LICOs & LIM – Average market income of low-income families with children under 18 as a percentage of the low-income thresholds, by family type, Canada, 1984 to 2005

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Post-tax LICOs Pre-tax LICOs Post-tax LMI
Year Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families
1984 0.212 0.405 0.313 0.225 0.427 0.339 0.191 0.381 0.292
1985 0.216 0.472 0.351 0.218 0.454 0.350 0.200 0.420 0.316
1986 0.194 0.437 0.327 0.211 0.426 0.334 0.186 0.401 0.303
1987 0.228 0.467 0.352 0.235 0.442 0.348 0.210 0.438 0.329
1988 0.189 0.428 0.303 0.209 0.443 0.331 0.192 0.411 0.297
1989 0.219 0.417 0.314 0.230 0.415 0.323 0.205 0.413 0.309
1990 0.195 0.419 0.297 0.218 0.427 0.319 0.194 0.402 0.292
1991 0.188 0.388 0.286 0.184 0.389 0.290 0.176 0.378 0.273
1992 0.157 0.336 0.238 0.169 0.368 0.265 0.141 0.289 0.209
1993 0.157 0.341 0.246 0.180 0.354 0.267 0.160 0.295 0.222
1994 0.158 0.325 0.242 0.159 0.347 0.258 0.155 0.283 0.219
1995 0.190 0.382 0.291 0.189 0.378 0.292 0.168 0.321 0.246
1996 0.165 0.369 0.267 0.171 0.363 0.273 0.146 0.325 0.229
1997 0.162 0.414 0.287 0.174 0.367 0.274 0.148 0.354 0.241
1998 0.173 0.335 0.254 0.195 0.353 0.276 0.160 0.285 0.219
1999 0.180 0.386 0.284 0.210 0.381 0.298 0.166 0.349 0.252
2000 0.210 0.380 0.300 0.236 0.372 0.309 0.194 0.349 0.275
2001 0.200 0.325 0.263 0.250 0.377 0.317 0.207 0.338 0.274
2002 0.221 0.381 0.294 0.258 0.417 0.337 0.224 0.360 0.285
2003 0.226 0.391 0.303 0.253 0.404 0.328 0.237 0.372 0.298
2004 0.251 0.381 0.314 0.273 0.399 0.338 0.255 0.382 0.316
2005 0.213 0.327 0.273 0.271 0.365 0.320 0.233 0.332 0.279
  • Source from the above table Source: Special tabulations based on Survey of Consumer Finance and Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
    Reference from the above table Note: LICOs represent 1992 base year.
Table 5: LICOs & LIM – Percentage of low-income families with children under 18 employed for pay during the year, by family type, Canada, 1984 to 2005

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Post-tax LICOs Pre-tax LICOs Post-tax LMI
Year Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families
1984 45.1% 81.4% 64.2% 50.9% 85.5% 70.3% 42.9% 80.5% 63.2%
1985 47.6% 85.6% 67.5% 52.2% 87.1% 71.9% 46.3% 84.0% 66.1%
1986 47.5% 78.3% 64.6% 53.0% 82.3% 69.8% 46.1% 78.3% 64.1%
1987 46.7% 84.0% 66.1% 52.6% 85.5% 71.0% 46.1% 82.9% 65.0%
1988 49.3% 79.5% 64.4% 54.2% 84.0% 69.7% 49.6% 80.6% 64.6%
1989 49.1% 84.5% 66.2% 54.6% 87.2% 70.5% 49.5% 84.7% 67.7%
1990 50.3% 85.9% 66.6% 56.0% 88.7% 71.6% 51.3% 85.2% 66.7%
1991 44.7% 79.7% 61.7% 47.6% 83.0% 65.6% 42.0% 78.6% 59.8%
1992 39.1% 80.2% 57.2% 43.3% 83.7% 62.4% 37.7% 79.0% 56.0%
1993 43.4% 71.1% 56.6% 47.9% 76.0% 61.7% 42.7% 68.5% 54.9%
1994 39.0% 70.6% 54.9% 42.6% 76.1% 59.9% 38.2% 66.0% 52.3%
1995 43.1% 76.9% 60.9% 47.6% 80.9% 65.5% 40.0% 72.2% 56.0%
1996 37.5% 73.4% 55.7% 43.2% 78.7% 62.1% 33.3% 70.6% 50.5%
1997 41.9% 80.1% 61.2% 47.6% 82.0% 65.1% 39.0% 76.1% 56.1%
1998 48.7% 73.8% 61.1% 54.6% 79.6% 67.5% 46.4% 71.5% 57.7%
1999 43.3% 80.2% 61.1% 52.1% 83.4% 67.8% 42.9% 77.1% 59.1%
2000 50.9% 79.0% 65.7% 57.9% 82.8% 71.1% 49.2% 77.3% 64.4%
2001 49.5% 76.6% 63.0% 59.3% 82.9% 71.7% 51.2% 80.3% 66.2%
2002 53.9% 80.0% 65.8% 60.5% 85.7% 72.8% 54.4% 80.4% 66.5%
2003 59.1% 79.4% 68.6% 65.2% 85.4% 74.9% 60.8% 80.7% 69.4%
2004 63.2% 83.0% 72.7% 67.7% 88.0% 78.3% 64.1% 83.5% 73.9%
2005 55.6% 78.1% 67.4% 65.3% 84.0% 74.8% 65.3% 79.7% 68.5%
  • Source from the above table Source: Special tabulations based on Survey of Consumer Finance and Survey of Labour Income Dynamics, Statistics Canada, 2005.
    Reference from the above table Note: LICOs represent 1992 base year.
Table 6: Estimated number of families with children under 18 receiving social assistance, by family type, Canada, March of each year, 1987 to 2005

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Single-Parent Two-Parent All Families
Year Estimated N (000's) Estimated N (000's) Estimated N (000's)
1987 277.3 102.0 379.3
1988 284.8 93.3 378.1
1989 289.3 89.8 379.1
1990 309.4 93.0 402.4
1991 349.4 117.2 466.6
1992 408.2 149.0 557.2
1993 441.5 169.7 611.2
1994 465.6 179.9 645.5
1995 472.5 178.6 651.1
1996 454.5 177.4 631.9
1997 429.6 165.0 594.6
1998 402.1 147.3 549.4
1999 347.3 121.5 468.8
2000 306.3 105.7 412.0
2001 255.5 86.6 342.1
2002 237.6 82.1 319.7
2003 219.0 74.9 293.9
2004 214.7 70.5 285.2
2005 206.2 67.6 273.8
2006 200.2 64.5 264.7
  • Source from the above table Source: Social assistance administrative data provided by provinces/territories to Stragegic Policy and Research Branch, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.
Table 7: Federal expenditures on CCTB benefits (the NCB Supplement and the CCTB base benefit) for NCB Supplement recipients, by province/territory, July 2006 to June 2007

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Jurisdiction Families receiving NCB Supplement Children receiving NCB Supplement NCBS Benefits paid
($ millions)
CCTB base benefits paid
($ millions)
Total CCTB paid
($ millions)
Newfoundland and Labrador 28,952 46,044 61.0 58.0 118.9
Prince Edward Island 7,390 12,724 15.5 15.9 31.4
Nova Scotia 49,413 83,943 111.9 107.9 219.8
New Brunswick 41,176 67,588 88.5 85.4 173.9
Quebec 372,378 641,582 813.5 803.7 1,617.2
Ontario 562,310 1,003,115 1,269.5 1,349.4 2,618.9
Manitoba 67,626 140,217 185.5 179.2 364.7
Saskatchewan 59,399 122,563 164.1 153.4 317.5
Alberta 148,635 282,605 348.2 369.9 718.1
British Columbia 202,376 347,397 436.6 459.4 896.1
Yukon 1,424 2,422 2.9 3.2 6.1
Northwest Territories 2,243 4,177 5.3 5.6 10.8
Nunavut 2,926 6,452 8.1 8.5 16.6
Total Reference ais located after the table 1,547,550 2,763,039 3,512.2 3,601.6 7,113.8
  • Reference afrom the above table Includes Canadians living outside of Canada. Totals may not add due to rounding.
    Source: CCTB administrative data from the Canada Revenue Agency.
Table 8: Federal expenditures on CCTB benefits (the NCB Supplement and the CCTB base benefit) for CCTB base benefit recipients, by province/territory, July 2006 to June 2007
Jurisdiction Families receiving NCB Supplement Children receiving NCB Supplement NCBS Benefits paid
($ millions)"
CCTB base benefits paid
($ millions)
Total CCTB paid
($ millions)
Newfoundland and Labrador 56,946 91,317 61.0 91.4 152.4
Prince Edward Island 16,377 29,258 15.5 28.7 44.1
Nova Scotia 99,416 170,365 111.9 170.7 282.5
New Brunswick 83,062 139,269 88.5 138.4 226.9
Quebec 816,627 1,417,187 813.5 1,358.4 2,171.8
Ontario 126,904 2,271,349 1,269.5 2,247.6 3,517.1
Manitoba 133,781 261,972 185.5 270.0 455.5
Saskatchewan 113,188 224,456 164.1 225.9 390.0
Alberta 351,743 662,627 348.2 626.7 974.9
British Columbia 420,913 734,444 436.6 741.4 1,178.0
Yukon 3,313 576 2.9 5.5 8.4
Northwest Territories 4,604 8,961 5.3 8.9 14.2
Nunavut 4,838 10,947 8.1 12.0 20.1
Total Reference a is located after the table 3,376,733 6,032,894 3,512.2 5,928.8 9,441.0
  • Reference afrom the above table Includes Canadians living outside of Canada. Totals may not add due to rounding.
    The source from the above table Source: CCTB administrative data from the Canada Revenue Agency.

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