Information about Employment Insurance (EI) and related programs, how to apply for EI online, how to submit a report, and instructions for employers on how to submit a worker's Record of Employment.
Includes information about temporary financial assistance for unemployed Canadians and for various other circumstances as well as EI initiatives, publications and regulations.
Apply online, restart or end an existing claim, instructions and lists of information you will need to complete your claim and a "how-to" video.
Submit your EI report online every two weeks and instructions and information about your rights and responsibilities.
Information about your rights and how to recover outstanding wages, vacation, severance and termination pay from a past employer.
Programs and initiatives aimed at helping unemployed and underemployed Canadians get the education, training and skills they need.
Includes information for employers about how to submit a Record of Employment (ROE) – the single most important document used in establishing a claim for EI.
Includes tools and information on how to apply for a social insurance number (SIN), replace your card, or amend your SIN record.
Includes information on EI economic regions.
Working while on claim pilot project
Employment Insurance recipients can work while receiving benefits. Find out more about the Working While on Claim pilot project.
Connecting Canadians with available jobs
This initiative is designed to better equip you with the tools you need to find work in your local area that matches your skills.
My Service Canada account
My Service Canada account provides convenient and secure access to your Employment Insurance, Canada Pension Plan, and Old Age Security information online.