Financial & Other Assistance at Datadigr

InterGov
Maybe the fastest way to get information about government financial assistance programs is to go to this well-designed page and hop through some links to the government department you're looking for. It took us less than 2 minutes to go from this page to (for instance) the BC Ministry of Human Resources page. We tried the same thing starting at some other sites and it took considerably longer.

Human Resources Development Canada
Guide to Programs & Services.

Employment Insurance
All the details about Employment Insurance

HRDC (again)...
Directly to Income Support: student loans, pensions, employment insurance and so on.

Canadian Legal Information Centre
This site links to info about (among other things) child support, bankruptcy, business law and so on. Very good site.

Human Resource Office for Employers in Canada
This is the best site we've seen for getting (for any province) information on labour standards, hiring practices, wage regulations etc. This is a terrific resource for employees, too.

The rest of the links focus on British Columbia residents.

Ministry of Human Resources: BC
This is the government department responsible for most income assistance programs in BC, and much more. If you need help, check this site.

Applications for Legal Aid
This is a list of the offices in British Columbia that can take applications for legal aid. Call the office nearest you for more information and office hours. You can use the map to see the locations of our offices. If you are not sure where your local Legal Aid office is, check our community index.

Canadian Legal Information Centre
This site links to info about (among other things) child support, bankruptcy, business law and so on. Very good site.

Human Resource Office for Employers of BC
Recruitment and hiring, pay issues,safety, labour relations, layoffs and terminations, training and development, and the WCB. The site was built for employers, but it's full of good info.

Worker's Compensation Board of BC What it says.

British Columbia Student Assistance Program (BCSAP)
Guidelines and eligibility as well as info on other programs for targeted student groups.

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