Employment and Assistance Appeal Tribunal
The Employment and Assistance Appeal Tribunal (Tribunal) was established with the proclamation of the Employment and Assistance Act, 2002.
The Employment and Assistance Appeal Tribunal hears appeals of the Ministry of Social Development reconsideration decisions that refuse, reduce or discontinue income, disability assistance or a supplement under the Employment and Assistance Act and the Employment and Assistance for Persons with Disabilities Act, and Ministry of Children and Family Development reconsideration decisions that refuse, reduce or discontinue a subsidy under the Child Care Subsidy Act.
This site was created to provide basic information to the public and to members on the Employment and Assistance Appeal Tribunal and its responsibilities and procedures. Users of the site should find the information they need to understand the role of the Tribunal and how they can access services if desired.
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