23 October 2016
Morally, work should be a right. In reality, few people go their whole working lives without resorting to employment insurance.
Loss of contracts, loss of customers, company restructuring resulting in layoffs– temporary when lucky but too often permanent. While looking for another job, you still need to buy groceries.
In the vast majority of cases, a simple application is all you need to receive EI benefits. But for whatever reason, there are often problems and benefits can be denied.
You can challenge such a decision employment insurance. First, seek review of the decision to employment insurance and thereafter, it is possible to appeal this decision to the General Division of the Court of social security.
If you need help in your file, here are some organizations that can help you :
- Le Mouvement action-chômage de Montréal http://macmtl.qc.ca/
6839A, rue Drolet, bur. 306, Montréal Tel: 514 271-4099
- Action-chômage Québec
RC1-155 boul. Charest Est, Québec QC G1K 3G6 Tel. : 418 523-7117
- Mouvement Action Chômage Lac-Saint-Jean http://maclacstjean.com/
275 boul. Dequen Nord, Alma QC G8B 5N8 Tél: 418 662-9191
- Action Chômage Kamouraska
355 Avenue Bouchard, Saint-Pascal, QC G0L 3Y0 Tel: 418 492-7494
- Mouvement Action Chômage Pabok Inc (Gaspésie)
410 boul Rene-Levesque O, Chandler, QC G0C 1K0 Tél: 418 689-2030