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Data on new recipients of CPP Disability benefits by gender, age group and the year when these new benefit recipients came into pay from 1993 to 2021.
Data on new recipients of CPP Retirement benefits by gender, age or age group and the year when these new benefit recipients came into pay from 1987 to 2021.
Data on the number of recipients of CPP Retirement, Disability and Survivor benefits by gender for the month of June from 1981 to 2022.
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) calculates Canada Pension Plan (CPP) monthly maximum benefit amounts for new beneficiaries. CPP monthly maximum new benefit amounts are for recipients starting to receive benefits in a particular month and year. Thereafter, most benefits are indexed annually according to the Consumer Price Index. As of 2019, the CPP is being gradually enhanced every month.
CPP and OAS Annual Statistics Tables contain historical data on CPP and OAS, average monthly benefits and net payments in fiscal years. For a more detailed report on CPP and OAS Annual Statistics Tables, see THE ANNUAL CPP & OAS STATS BOOK 2021 to the following web site:
Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Contributors Tables are released annually and provide historical statistics on the number of contributors by place of residence and the distribution of contributors by earnings. Although the release is annual, the data are two years in arrears. This is due to ongoing updates of the Canada Revenue Agency T4 files prior to issuing. In order to ensure client confidentiality, an 'X' has been placed where the number of clients receiving a particular benefit is equal to or below 9.
The Community Policing Partnerships (CPP) Program has ended on March 31, 2022 and will no longer be available beginning in 2022-23 fiscal year. This dataset contains names of grant recipients and allocations under the Community Policing Partnership Program since 2016/17. The program assists municipalities and First Nations salary-related costs of hiring additional police officers.
This statistical table illustrates the changes in the number of survivors who are receiving a survivor benefit from the beginning to the end of the fiscal year 2013-14. ‘Additions’ include survivors who have started receiving a survivor benefit. ‘Deletions’ include those who have stopped receiving a survivor benefit. ‘Adjustments’ include adjustments for transactions completed after year-end with an effective date before March 31.
This statistical table illustrates the number of pensions and survivor pensions in pay. The ‘Pensions’ column includes immediate annuities, disability retirement benefits, and annual allowances payable to former contributors. The ‘Survivor Pensions’ column includes spouse or common-law partners, children, and students.
The Maximum Pensionable Earnings and Canada Pension Plan (CPP) rates and amounts for the tax years 1966 to 2021.