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This tool includes federal, Ontario, and some City of Toronto benefits. Benefits for other provinces and municipalities are not currently listed.

The Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Retirement Pension provides a monthly, taxable amount to replace part of your income when you retire, for the rest of your life.

When your parent, spouse, or common-law partner dies, you may be eligible for the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) Survivor's Pension through the Government of Canada.

The amount you will receive depends on:

The Canada Pension Plan Disability (CPPD) benefits are payments available to people who have contributed to the CPP and who are not able to work regularly at any job because of a disability. These benefits are not designed to pay for things like medications and assistive devices.

There are 3 types of benefits:

The Canada Workers Benefit (CWB) (formerly Working Income Tax Benefit) is a refundable tax credit to help eligible working low-income individuals and families who are already working and encourage low-income residents to enter the workforce.

The Child Disability Benefit is a monthly, tax-free benefit for families who care for a child under age 18 with a severe and prolonged physical or mental disability.

The benefit amount is determined based on:

The Climate Action Incentive (CAI) payment is made of two parts:

  1. a basic amount ($154) and
  2. a 10 percent supplement for residents of small and rural communities.

This payment may reduce your amount payable or increase your refund when you file your income tax and benefit return.

This information is for individuals receiving Ontario Works or the Ontario Disability Support Program Income Support. See "Assistive Devices Program (ADP)" for more information about the benefit.

The Assistive Devices Program (ADP) helps people with long-term physical disabilities pay for certain equipment and supplies, like wheelchairs and hearing aids.

This information is for individuals receiving Ontario Works or the Ontario Disability Support Program Income Support.

You and your family could get help with the cost of:

Individuals who are eligible for the Disability Tax Credit and the Canada Workers Benefit (CWB) may be eligible to receive the The Canada Workers Benefit (CWB) disability supplement.

The Disability Tax Credit (DTC) is a non-refundable tax credit that helps persons with disabilities or their supporting persons reduce the amount of income tax they may have to pay. The goal is to provide some help with disability costs, since these are unavoidable expenses.