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Employment Insurance, June 2014

Press Release –

Following a decline in May, the number of people receiving regular Employment Insurance (EI) benefits was little changed in June at 501,900.

The number of beneficiaries fell notably in Ontario and New Brunswick, while increasing sharply in British Columbia.

The change in the number of regular EI beneficiaries reflects various situations, including people becoming beneficiaries, people going back to work and people no longer receiving regular benefits.

Chart 1
Little change in the number of regular Employment Insurance beneficiaries in June

Chart description: Little change in the number of regular Employment Insurance beneficiaries in June

CSV version of chart 1

Provincial and metropolitan area overview

In Ontario, the number of beneficiaries fell for the second consecutive month, down 3.2% in June. There were declines in 14 of the 15 metropolitan areas in the province, ranging from 13.6% in Windsor to 1.6% in Brantford. The number of beneficiaries in Toronto fell for the third consecutive month, down 2.2% to 54,500. St. Catharines–Niagara (+2.1%) was the lone metropolitan area in the province to record more beneficiaries in June, offsetting the decline of the previous month.

The number of people receiving benefits in New Brunswick declined by 2.5% in June, as the province posted a second consecutive monthly decrease. At the same time, there were fewer beneficiaries in Saint John, also for the second month in a row.

The number of beneficiaries declined for the second consecutive month in Quebec, down 1.6% in June. The Québec metropolitan area posted a notable decrease of 11.4% for the month. However, there were more beneficiaries in the other five metropolitan areas of the province, with increases ranging from 5.1% in Gatineau to 1.0% in Saguenay. In Montréal, 58,200 people received benefits in June, up 4.0%.

There was a small decline of 1.2% in the number of people receiving benefits in Nova Scotia, with Halifax posting fewer beneficiaries.

In British Columbia, the number of beneficiaries increased by 9.8% after having trended down since the fall of 2013. All four metropolitan areas in the province reported more beneficiaries in June. In Vancouver, the number of people receiving regular benefits totalled 22,600 in June, up 10.8%, partly offsetting the decline the previous month.

There was a small increase in the number of people receiving benefits in Prince Edward Island (+1.4%) in June. This follows a downward trend observed in the province since the fall of 2013.

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