Net income level where the recipient is not eligible to receive the Canada workers benefit 

2021 tax year
  Canada (excluding Alberta, Quebec, and Nunavut) Quebec Nunavut Alberta
Family with children $42,197 $35,071.24 $57,550 $42,920
Family without children $42,197 $44,003.93 $57,550 $42,920
Single with children $42,197 $20,984.83 $57,550 $42,920
Single without children $32,244 $28,391.25 $57,550 $32,317

Net income level where the recipient is not eligible to receive the disability supplement

2021 tax year
  Canada (excluding Alberta, Quebec, and Nunavut) Quebec Nunavut Alberta
Family with children $46,997  $38,676.29  $64, 217 $47, 720
Family without children $46,997  $47,608.98 $64, 217 $47, 720
Single with children $46,997  $24,589.88 $64, 217 $47, 720
Single without children $37,044 $31,996.30 $64, 217
$37, 117

For residents of Canada, including residents of Alberta and Nunavut, but excluding residents of Quebec:

  • Family refers to single parents (including separated, divorced and widowed parents), and married or common-law couples with or without eligible dependants
  • Single refers to single individuals (including separated, divorced and widowed individuals) with no eligible dependents

For residents of Quebec:

  • Family with children refers to married or common-law couples with eligible dependents
  • Family without children refers to married or common-law without eligible dependents
  • Single with children refers to single individuals (including separated, divorced and widowed individuals) with eligible dependents
  • Single without children refers to single individuals (including separated, divorced and widowed individuals) without eligible dependents

 

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