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a payment under the 1986-1990 Hepatitis C Settlement Agreements, unless the payment is compensation for loss of income or loss of support under section 4.02 or 6.01 of the Transfused HCV or Hemophiliac HCV Plans, a payment under the Pre-1986/Post-1990 Hepatitis C Compensation Agreement unless the payment is compensation for past loss of net income or past loss of services in the home as set out in section 2.05, 2.06 or 4.04 of that Agreement, "non-exempt income" means income received by an applicant or recipient for which no exemption applies and which is used in determining eligibility but does not include partially exempt income, and which may be obtained by means of payments under the Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security benefits, Veterans Allowance, compensation under the Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Act , employment insurance benefits, and pensions to the applicant or recipient or to his or her dependent from other sources, payments which are monetary in nature or which are quantifiable in monetary terms including payments which are by way of arrears and which are received as child or spousal maintenance or support by the applicant or recipient under a private agreement, a domestic contract or a court order, board and lodging income assessed based on 20% of the receipts of board and lodging income from a boarder who is not a relative and that receipt shall not be less than an amount contemplated by subsection (1)A person shall, in accordance with section 13 of the Act, pursue all other financial resources available to him or her or his or her spouse or cohabiting partner as a condition of eligibility for income support.An applicant who is not entitled to income support according to subsection (3) may be reconsidered on the date on which his or her income during the past 60 days has decreased to the level set out in subsection (3).(1)For the purpose of determining eligibility for services under this section, "person with a disability" means a person who, because of a persistent and permanent physical, sensory, speech, communication, psychological, psychiatric, developmental or other disability, demonstrates significant challenges in accessing education, training or employment.Notwithstanding subsection (1), where the definition in that subsection limits a persons ability to participate in the Labour Market Agreement for Persons with Disabilities, the Labour Market Agreement for Persons with Disabilities shall apply.
where licensed child care is unavailable or does not meet the needs of the particular child as determined by an officer, up to 0 for the first child and up to 0 for each additional child for private unlicensed child care; for an applicant or recipient who is receiving the guaranteed income supplement, an amount of 5, but where an applicant and his or her spouse or cohabiting partner are both receiving the guaranteed income supplement, an amount of ; for an applicant or recipient boarding with non-relatives who requires additional support due to a persistent and permanent social impairment as certified by an approved professional, an additional amount up to 2; Where an applicant or recipient with dependants is hospitalized or admitted to an emergency shelter approved by the minister, that applicant or recipient may receive or continue to receive income support under subsection (1) or sections Notwithstanding paragraph (2)(b), the minister may, in certain circumstances, extend the time period for which the recipient referred to in that subsection may receive income support under subsection (1) or section for a recipient who has been receiving income support continuously for at least 90 days, an amount for municipal taxes and fees levied by a municipality, local service district or regional service board retroactive to the date the recipient began receiving income support; and an applicant who was receiving a level of income equal to the level of income support for which he or she may have been eligible for the 3 months preceding the request for vision care, plus the cost of vision care.
Where income support is required because of a disaster in the community as determined by the minister, the officer may grant the income support that is necessary to meet the needs of the person related to the disaster.
The amount of income support payable to a recipient shall be reviewed by an officer periodically in order to determine the continued eligibility of the recipient and may also be reviewed at the request of the recipient.
Special needs assistance for vision care for an eligible applicant or recipient covers no more than one eye examination every 36 months except where there is a medically verified eye disease or condition, then more frequently than every 36 months.
an applicant who was receiving a level of income equal to the level of income support for which he or she may have been eligible for the 3 months preceding the request for vision care, plus the cost of the vision care.
Where the income described in the support trust has not been used in the manner prescribed in subsection (1), it shall be considered non-exempt income and deducted from the income support for which a recipient is considered eligible in a manner determined by an officer.