and Family Benefits - Make sure you are receiving
your Child and Family Benefits, Canada Child Tax Benefit
(CCTB), Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) and GST/HST
Fitness Tax Credit - Starting with the 2007 tax year,
the Government of Canada allows a non-refundable tax credit
based on eligible fitness expenses paid by parents to
register a child in a prescribed program of physical activity.
TIP: Summer camps are tax-deductable,
even if private lessons (i.e. music lessons) are not.
Aid - Legal Aid is available to low income individuals
and disadvantaged communities for a variety of legal problems,
including criminal matters, family disputes, immigration
and refugee hearings and poverty law issues such as landlord/tenant
disputes, disability support and family benefits payments.
Insurance maternity, parental and sickness benefits-
Employment Insurance (EI) provides Maternity and Parental
Benefits to individuals who are pregnant, have recently
given birth, are adopting a child, or are caring for a
Families - Ontarians want the best for their families.
Here you can find resources on parenting, staying healthy
and other topics that affect your family’s well-being.
You will also learn more about marriage and divorce, financial
assistance and other services the Ontario Government offers
to help families.