Dec 3, 2017 – You can register if you operate your own business, or if you work for a corporation but cannot access EI benefits because you control more than 40% of the corporation's voting shares. You must also be either a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada. However, some individuals who work …

Dec 3, 2017 – You can register, with the Canada Employment Insurance Commission through Service Canada if you: operate your own business, or if you work for a corporation but cannot access EI benefits because you control more than 40% of the corporation's voting shares; and; are either a Canadian citizen or a …

If you live in BC , you can access business support and income support to help you start a business. To be eligible, you must: Be on EI , or have recently made claims through EI; Be underemployed or unemployed; Be entitled to work in Canada; Have completed the program orientation and plan to work full-time in your …

While I was on EI, I purchased a small business. For the first two months I was volunteering at my own business, I was being trained by the previous owner. I was also collecting EI. I did not receive any income from my business. After the two months I decided the business wasn't going to work for me, so I sold it again.

As a small business owner, Johnny could have avoided that situation if he had just signed up for EI special benefits. If you are self-employed, you don't … The Canada Employment Insurance Commission handles this program, and you can apply through your My Service Canada Account. To sign up, open your account and …

If you are collecting EI due to the loss of a job, you may work and continue to receive benefits, but you must notify the government about your earnings and the number of … For benefits programs such as the Canada child benefit or the working income tax benefit], the Canada Revenue Agency maintains details on income …