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https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/forms-publications/forms.html

Oct 1, 2019 ... - Registered User of Combustible Waste under the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act 2019-03-15 B400-6 Fuel Charge Return Schedule - Registered Air Carrier under the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act 2019-03-15 B400-7 Fuel Charge Return Schedule - Registered Specified Air Carrier under the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act 2019-03-15 B400-8 Fuel Charge Return

J. S. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2017-sstadis-159.html

Oct 2, 2019 ...] This is an application for leave to appeal the decision of the General Division of the Social Security Tribunal of Canada (Tribunal), issued on February 15, 2016, which refused to extend the 90-day time period in which to appeal the reconsideration decision of the Minister of Employment and Social Development (Respondent) denying the Applicant disability benefits under

J. M. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adei-2018-sst-496.html

Sep 23, 2019 ... in accordance with the General Division’s decision. [15] In his application for leave to appeal, the Claimant has not identified any reviewable errors, such as an error of jurisdiction, or any failure by the General Division to observe a principle of natural justice. He has not identified errors in law, nor has he identified any erroneous findings of fact which

N. M. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2016-sstadis-361.html

Sep 16, 2019 ..., 2016 SSTADIS 361 Reasons and decision [1] The Appeal Division refuses to rescind or amend its decision of June 15, 2016. Introduction [2] The Applicant applies to the Appeal Division of the Social Security Tribunal of Canada, (the Tribunal), to rescind or amend its decision June 15, 2016, (the Application). In this decision, the Appeal Division refused leave

V. B. v Canada Employment Insurance Commission

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/gdei-2019-sst-572.html

Sep 19, 2019 ... that, at the hearing, the Applicant himself acknowledged that those documents were not new facts relating to the July 20, 2018, General Division decision. [15] The Tribunal is of the view that, through his application to rescind or amend the General Division decision, the Applicant is attempting to re-argue his original position or present his case because he disagrees

W. M. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2016-sstadis-475.html

Sep 19, 2019 ... were not given sufficient weight in the General Division’s determination. [15] The General Division is tasked with weighing the evidence before it. It did so. It found that in light of the evidence regarding the absence of psychiatric care, or involvement in long- term counselling or medication, it was unable to find that the Applicant’s stress and anxiety

Minister of Employment and Social Development v. T. F.

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2016-sstadis-73.html

Sep 25, 2019 ... to appeal the decision of the General Division dated October 15, 2015. The General Division conducted an in-person hearing on October 8, 2015 and found the Respondent to have a severe and prolonged disability, with a deemed date of disability of April 2010. The General Division determined that payment of a disability pension should commence effective August 2010

K. M. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2017-sstadis-213.html

Oct 3, 2019 ...) that was not before the General Division. [15] My task is to determine whether, on the basis of the evidence that was before the General Division, the General Division committed an error falling within the scope of subsection 58(1) of the DESD Act that has a reasonable chance of success. As noted above, an appeal to the Appeal Division is not an opportunity for an applicant

L. K. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2017-sstadis-275.html

Oct 7, 2019 ... refers to a letter dated January 15, 2016, that was before the General Division: This letter [of January 15, 2016], by general practitioner Dr. Nadeem Jaffri, indicates [the Applicant’s] medical condition of tendonitis in the left shoulder is not improved and in fact, is chronic. Based on this medically accurate information, I strongly feel the appeal decision

P. G. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/sst-2017-sstadis-265.html

Oct 7, 2019 .... GattellaroFootnote 3 and that are similar to arguments that were already presented to the General Division last year. [15] For appeals submitted more than one year after reconsideration, the law is strict and unambiguous. Subsection 52(2) of the DESDA states that in no case may an appeal be brought more than one year after the reconsideration decision was communicated

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