Supporting Documentation: Transactions in the Employment Insurance Operating Account as per the Public Accounts of Canada

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2006/2007 to 2020/2021

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2006/2007

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $320 million ($382 million in 2006).

2007/2008

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $319 million ($320 million in 2007).

2008/2009

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2009/2010

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2010/2011

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2011/2012

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $382 million ($361 million in 2011).

2012/2013

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $401 million ($382 million in 2012).

2013/2014

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $394 million ($401 million in 2013).

2014/2015

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2015/2016

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $421 million ($398 million in 2015).

2016/2017

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $413 million ($421 million in 2016).

2017/2018

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $394 million ($413 million in 2017).

2018/2019

Note: The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $403 million ($394 million in 2018).

2019/2020

Notes:

  1. Under "Expenses", a new sub-type "Employment Insurance Emergency Response Benefit" was added.
  2. The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $417 million ($403 million in 2019).

2020/2021

Notes:

  1. Under "Revenues", a new sub-type "Funding from the Government of Canada—Employment Insurance Emergency Response Benefit" was added.
  2. The difference between the premium revenue presented and the amount presented in the Government of Canada financial statements is due to the elimination on consolidation of premiums incurred by the Government of Canada, for an amount of $489 million ($417 million in 2020).

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