# How much you can get

The CCR amount you receive depends on your family situation and the province you reside in. The CCR is not subject to a reduction based on income.

The CCR includes a rural supplement of 10% of the base amount for residents of small and rural communities. Starting in April 2024 for the 2023 base year, the rural supplement will be increased to 20% of the base amount. Note that this increase is pending Royal Assent and will be implemented once it is received.

## Estimate your payment for the 2023 base year

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The CCR is **not** available in your province or territory. For more information, refer to: Who is eligible

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$405 plus $67.50 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$270 plus $135 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $67.50 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$405.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$270.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$337.50 plus $56.25 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$225 plus $112.50 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $56.25 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$337.50.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$225.**

The rural supplement is 20% of the base amount. Note that this increase is pending Royal Assent and will be implemented once it is received.

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Alberta.

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$270 plus $45 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$180 plus $90 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $45 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$270.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$180.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$225 plus $37.50 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$150 plus $75 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $37.50 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$225.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$150.**

The rural supplement is 20% of the base amount. Note that this increase is pending Royal Assent and will be implemented once it is received.

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Manitoba.

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$171 plus $28.50 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$114 plus $57 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $28.50 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$171.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$114.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$142.50 plus $23.75 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$95 plus $47.50 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $23.75 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$142.50.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$95.**

The rural supplement is 20% of the base amount. Note that this increase is pending Royal Assent and will be implemented once it is received.

The rural supplement for New Brunswick in April 2024 will include a retroactive amount for the 2022 base year (July and October 2023 and January and April 2024). The supplement in July 2024 will return to normal.

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of New Brunswick.

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$268.20 plus $44.70 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$178.80 plus $89.40 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $44.70 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$268.20.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$178.80.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$223.50 plus $37.25 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$149 plus $74.50 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $37.25 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$223.50.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$149.**

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$185.40 plus $30.90 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$123.60 plus $61.80 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $30.90 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$185.40.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$123.60.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$154.50 plus $25.75 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$103 plus $51.50 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $25.75 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$154.50.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$103.**

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Nova Scotia.

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$252 and $42 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$168 plus $84 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $42 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$252.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$168.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$210 plus $35 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$140 plus $70 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $35 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$210.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$140.**

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Ontario.

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$165 plus $27.50 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$110 plus $55 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $27.50 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$165.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$110.**

The rural supplement is included in the above base amounts, as all residents are eligible.

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Prince Edward Island.

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$338.40 plus $56.40 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$225.60 plus $112.80 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $56.40 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$338.40.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$225.60.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$282 plus $47 per eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$188 plus $94 for the 1st eligible child under the age of 19 and $47 per each additional eligible child under the age of 19.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$282.**

Your estimated **quarterly** payment for the 2023 base year would be **$188.**

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Saskatchewan.

## Full text

Select your province of residence to determine the **quarterly payment** for the 2023 base year.

## Alberta

The base amount for Alberta is:

- $225 for an individual
- $112.50 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $56.25 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $112.50 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement is:

- $45 for an individual
- $22.50 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $11.25 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $22.50 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Alberta.

## British Columbia

The CCR is **not** available in your province or territory. For more information, refer to: Who is eligible

## Manitoba

The base amount for Manitoba is:

- $150 for an individual
- $75 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $37.50 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $75 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement is:

- $30 for an individual
- $15 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $7.50 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $15 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Manitoba.

## New Brunswick

The base amount for New Brunswick is:

- $95 for an individual
- $47.50 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $23.75 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $47.50 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement is:

- $19 for an individual
- $9.50 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $4.75 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $9.50 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement for New Brunswick in April 2024 will include a retroactive amount for the 2022 base year (July and October 2023 and January and April 2024). The supplement in July 2024 will return to normal.

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of New Brunswick.

## Newfoundland and Labrador

The base amount for Newfoundland and Labrador is:

- $149 for an individual
- $74.50 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $37.25 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $74.50 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement is:

- $29.80 for an individual
- $14.90 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $7.45 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $14.90 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Newfoundland and Labrador.

## Northwest Territories

The CCR is **not** available in your province or territory. For more information, refer to: Who is eligible

## Nova Scotia

The base amount for Nova Scotia is:

- $103 for an individual
- $51.50 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $25.75 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $51.50 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement is:

- $20.60 for an individual
- $10.30 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $5.15 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $10.30 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Nova Scotia.

## Nunavut

**not** available in your province or territory. For more information, refer to: Who is eligible

## Ontario

The base amount for Ontario is:

- $140 for an individual
- $70 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $35 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $70 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement is:

- $28 for an individual
- $14 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $7 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $14 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Ontario.

## Prince Edward Island

The base amount for Prince Edward Island is:

- $110 for an individual
- $55 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $27.50 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $55 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement is included in the above base amounts, as all residents are eligible.

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Prince Edward Island.

## Quebec

**not** available in your province or territory. For more information, refer to: Who is eligible

## Saskatchewan

The base amount for Saskatchewan is:

- $188 for an individual
- $94 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $47 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $94 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

The rural supplement is:

- $37.60 for an individual
- $18.80 for a spouse or common-law partner
- $9.40 per eligible child under the age of 19
- $18.80 for the first eligible child in a single-parent family

For more information, go to the Calculation sheet for residents of Saskatchewan.

## Yukon

**not** available in your province or territory. For more information, refer to: Who is eligible

For more information on the rural supplement, go to Find out if you qualify for the supplement for residents of small and rural communities.

You can use the Child and family benefits calculator to estimate the benefits and credits you may be entitled to.

For past CCR amounts, go to CCR amounts for the previous base years.

If you have a tax debt with the CRA, the CCR will be applied to amounts owing for income tax balances or amounts owing to other federal or provincial government programs.

The CRA does not charge or give interest on any CCR overpayments or underpayments.

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