A-13.1.1, r. 1 - Individual and Family Assistance Regulation

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138. For the purpose of calculating a benefit, the following liquid assets are excluded:
(1)  liquid assets that a dependent child accumulates through personal work;
(2)  liquid assets owned by a dependent child if they are managed by a tutor, a liquidator of a succession or a trustee before the rendering of accounts and were placed in a term deposit that does not allow ready access to the funds;
(3)  sums from a registered education savings plan and sums from loans and bursaries that an adult or dependent child receives as a student if used for the purpose for which they were obtained within 6 months of their withdrawal or receipt, as the case may be;
(4)  the cash surrender value of a life insurance policy;
(5)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in an employment-assistance or social assistance and support measure or program and sums paid by a third party and recognized as such by the Minister;
(6)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in a specific program or as reimbursement for expenses related to participation in the Aim for Employment Program;
(7)  sums from a succession up to the amount of the debts and charges for which the adult or dependent child is liable;
(8)  sums withdrawn from a registered retirement savings plan to be used under the Home Buyers’ Plan provided the sums are immediately deposited in a separate account in a financial institution and used for the purposes of the plan before 1 October of the year following the withdrawal;
(9)  sums paid by an institution or an organization to a person discharged from a psychiatric hospital centre to allow the person to purchase certain items of everyday use;
(10)  sums from income, earnings or benefits for the month in which the sums are taken into account to reduce the benefit;
(11)  for the month in which they are received, sums paid to compensate for physical or mental impairment;
(12)  for the month in which they are received, sums received as income tax refunds;
(13)  sums accumulated in a registered disability savings plan, including sums paid into the plan in the form of Canada Disability Savings Bonds and Canada Disability Savings Grants, for the benefit of an independent adult or a family member who may dispose of them in the short term, according to the terms and conditions applicable to that plan;
(14)  sums paid under the Réussir l’intégration program established by the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities;
(15)  financial assistance or an indemnity received for extra temporary housing, food and clothing costs under a financial assistance or compensation program established under the Civil Protection Act (chapter S-2.3); and
(16)  for the month of its receipt, financial assistance granted under a program established by the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail to favour enrolment in a training program leading to a profession deemed a priority by the Commission.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 138; O.C. 456-2008, s. 8; O.C. 861-2008, s. 12; O.C. 159-2013, s. 10; O.C. 330-2015, s. 13; 1085-2017O.C. 1085-2017, s. 12; S.Q. 2019, c. 1, s. 17.
138. For the purpose of calculating a benefit, the following liquid assets are excluded:
(1)  liquid assets that a dependent child accumulates through personal work;
(2)  liquid assets owned by a dependent child if they are managed by a tutor, a liquidator of a succession or a trustee before the rendering of accounts and were placed in a term deposit that does not allow ready access to the funds;
(3)  sums from a registered education savings plan and sums from loans and bursaries that an adult or dependent child receives as a student if used for the purpose for which they were obtained within 6 months of their withdrawal or receipt, as the case may be;
(4)  the cash surrender value of a life insurance policy;
(5)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in an employment-assistance or social assistance and support measure or program and sums paid by a third party and recognized as such by the Minister;
(6)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in a specific program or as reimbursement for expenses related to participation in the Aim for Employment Program;
(7)  sums from a succession up to the amount of the debts and charges for which the adult or dependent child is liable;
(8)  sums withdrawn from a registered retirement savings plan to be used under the Home Buyers’ Plan provided the sums are immediately deposited in a separate account in a financial institution and used for the purposes of the plan before 1 October of the year following the withdrawal;
(9)  sums paid by an institution or an organization to a person discharged from a psychiatric hospital centre to allow the person to purchase certain items of everyday use;
(10)  sums from income, earnings or benefits for the month in which the sums are taken into account to reduce the benefit;
(11)  for the month in which they are received, sums paid to compensate for physical or mental impairment;
(12)  for the month in which they are received, sums received as income tax refunds;
(13)  sums accumulated in a registered disability savings plan, including sums paid into the plan in the form of Canada Disability Savings Bonds and Canada Disability Savings Grants, for the benefit of an independent adult or a family member who may dispose of them in the short term, according to the terms and conditions applicable to that plan;
(14)  sums paid under the Réussir l’intégration program established by the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities;
(15)  financial assistance received as extra temporary housing, food and clothing costs under a general financial assistance program or a compensation or specific financial assistance program established under the Civil Protection Act (chapter S-2.3); and
(16)  for the month of its receipt, financial assistance granted under a program established by the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail to favour enrolment in a training program leading to a profession deemed a priority by the Commission.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 138; O.C. 456-2008, s. 8; O.C. 861-2008, s. 12; O.C. 159-2013, s. 10; O.C. 330-2015, s. 13; 1085-2017O.C. 1085-2017, s. 12.
138. For the purpose of calculating a benefit, the following liquid assets are excluded:
(1)  liquid assets that a dependent child accumulates through personal work;
(2)  liquid assets owned by a dependent child if they are managed by a tutor, a liquidator of a succession or a trustee before the rendering of accounts and were placed in a term deposit that does not allow ready access to the funds;
(3)  sums from a registered education savings plan and sums from loans and bursaries that an adult or dependent child receives as a student if used for the purpose for which they were obtained within 6 months of their withdrawal or receipt, as the case may be;
(4)  the cash surrender value of a life insurance policy;
(5)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in an employment-assistance or social assistance and support measure or program and sums paid by a third party and recognized as such by the Minister;
(6)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program;
(7)  sums from a succession up to the amount of the debts and charges for which the adult or dependent child is liable;
(8)  sums withdrawn from a registered retirement savings plan to be used under the Home Buyers’ Plan provided the sums are immediately deposited in a separate account in a financial institution and used for the purposes of the plan before 1 October of the year following the withdrawal;
(9)  sums paid by an institution or an organization to a person discharged from a psychiatric hospital centre to allow the person to purchase certain items of everyday use;
(10)  sums from income, earnings or benefits for the month in which the sums are taken into account to reduce the benefit;
(11)  for the month in which they are received, sums paid to compensate for physical or mental impairment;
(12)  for the month in which they are received, sums received as income tax refunds;
(13)  sums accumulated in a registered disability savings plan, including sums paid into the plan in the form of Canada Disability Savings Bonds and Canada Disability Savings Grants, for the benefit of an independent adult or a family member who may dispose of them in the short term, according to the terms and conditions applicable to that plan;
(14)  sums paid under the Réussir l’intégration program established by the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities;
(15)  financial assistance received as extra temporary housing, food and clothing costs under a general financial assistance program or a compensation or specific financial assistance program established under the Civil Protection Act (chapter S-2.3); and
(16)  for the month of its receipt, financial assistance granted under a program established by the Commission des partenaires du marché du travail to favour enrolment in a training program leading to a profession deemed a priority by the Commission.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 138; O.C. 456-2008, s. 8; O.C. 861-2008, s. 12; O.C. 159-2013, s. 10; O.C. 330-2015, s. 13; 1085-2017O.C. 1085-2017, s. 12.
138. For the purpose of calculating a benefit, the following liquid assets are excluded:
(1)  liquid assets that a dependent child accumulates through personal work;
(2)  liquid assets owned by a dependent child if they are managed by a tutor, a liquidator of a succession or a trustee before the rendering of accounts and were placed in a term deposit that does not allow ready access to the funds;
(3)  sums from a registered education savings plan and sums from loans and bursaries that an adult or dependent child receives as a student if used for the purpose for which they were obtained within 6 months of their withdrawal or receipt, as the case may be;
(4)  the cash surrender value of a life insurance policy;
(5)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in an employment-assistance or social assistance and support measure or program and sums paid by a third party and recognized as such by the Minister;
(6)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program;
(7)  sums from a succession up to the amount of the debts and charges for which the adult or dependent child is liable;
(8)  sums withdrawn from a registered retirement savings plan to be used under the Home Buyers’ Plan provided the sums are immediately deposited in a separate account in a financial institution and used for the purposes of the plan before 1 October of the year following the withdrawal;
(9)  sums paid by an institution or an organization to a person discharged from a psychiatric hospital centre to allow the person to purchase certain items of everyday use;
(10)  sums from income, earnings or benefits for the month in which the sums are taken into account to reduce the benefit;
(11)  for the month in which they are received, sums paid to compensate for physical or mental impairment;
(12)  for the month in which they are received, sums received as income tax refunds;
(13)  sums accumulated in a registered disability savings plan, including sums paid into the plan in the form of Canada Disability Savings Bonds and Canada Disability Savings Grants, for the benefit of an independent adult or a family member who may dispose of them in the short term, according to the terms and conditions applicable to that plan;
(14)  sums paid under the Réussir l’intégration program established by the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities; and
(15)  financial assistance received as extra temporary housing, food and clothing costs under a general financial assistance program or a compensation or specific financial assistance program established under the Civil Protection Act (chapter S-2.3).
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 138; O.C. 456-2008, s. 8; O.C. 861-2008, s. 12; O.C. 159-2013, s. 10; O.C. 330-2015, s. 13.
138. For the purpose of calculating a benefit, the following liquid assets are excluded:
(1)  liquid assets that a dependent child accumulates through personal work;
(2)  liquid assets owned by a dependent child if they are managed by a tutor, a liquidator of a succession or a trustee before the rendering of accounts and were placed in a term deposit that does not allow ready access to the funds;
(3)  sums from a registered education savings plan and sums from loans and bursaries that an adult or dependent child receives as a student if used for the purpose for which they were obtained within 6 months of their withdrawal or receipt, as the case may be;
(4)  the cash surrender value of a life insurance policy;
(5)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in an employment-assistance or social assistance and support measure or program and sums paid by a third party and recognized as such by the Minister;
(6)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program;
(7)  sums from a succession up to the amount of the debts and charges for which the adult or dependent child is liable;
(8)  sums withdrawn from a registered retirement savings plan to be used under the Home Buyers’ Plan provided the sums are immediately deposited in a separate account in a financial institution and used for the purposes of the plan before 1 October of the year following the withdrawal;
(9)  sums paid by an institution or an organization to a person discharged from a psychiatric hospital centre to allow the person to purchase certain items of everyday use;
(10)  sums from income, earnings or benefits for the month in which the sums are taken into account to reduce the benefit;
(11)  for the month in which they are received, sums paid to compensate for physical or mental impairment;
(12)  for the month in which they are received, sums received as income tax refunds;
(13)  sums accumulated in a registered disability savings plan, including sums paid into the plan in the form of Canada Disability Savings Bonds and Canada Disability Savings Grants, for the benefit of an independent adult or a family member who may dispose of them in the short term, according to the terms and conditions applicable to that plan; and
(14)  sums paid under the Réussir l’intégration program established by the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 138; O.C. 456-2008, s. 8; O.C. 861-2008, s. 12; O.C. 159-2013, s. 10.
138. For the purpose of calculating a benefit, the following liquid assets are excluded:
(1)  liquid assets that a dependent child accumulates through personal work;
(2)  liquid assets owned by a dependent child if they are managed by a tutor, a liquidator of a succession or a trustee before the rendering of accounts and were placed in a term deposit that does not allow ready access to the funds;
(3)  sums from a registered education savings plan and sums from loans and bursaries that an adult or dependent child receives as a student if used for the purpose for which they were obtained within 6 months of their withdrawal or receipt, as the case may be;
(4)  the cash surrender value of a life insurance policy;
(5)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in an employment-assistance or social assistance and support measure or program and sums paid by a third party and recognized as such by the Minister;
(6)  sums paid by the Minister as additional expenses related to participation in the Youth Alternative Program or a specific program;
(7)  sums from a succession up to the amount of the debts and charges for which the adult or dependent child is liable;
(8)  sums withdrawn from a registered retirement savings plan to be used under the Home Buyers’ Plan provided the sums are immediately deposited in a separate account in a financial institution and used for the purposes of the plan before 1 October of the year following the withdrawal;
(9)  sums paid by an institution or an organization to a person discharged from a psychiatric hospital centre to allow the person to purchase certain items of everyday use;
(10)  sums from income, earnings or benefits for the month in which the sums are taken into account to reduce the benefit;
(11)  for the month in which they are received, sums paid to compensate for physical or mental impairment;
(12)  for the month in which they are received, sums received as income tax refunds; and
(13)  sums accumulated in a registered disability savings plan, including sums paid into the plan in the form of Canada Disability Savings Bonds and Canada Disability Savings Grants, for the benefit of an independent adult or a family member who may dispose of them in the short term, according to the terms and conditions applicable to that plan.
O.C. 1073-2006, s. 138; O.C. 456-2008, s. 8; O.C. 861-2008, s. 12.