Below you can find tables summarizing Benefits at each Workers’ Compensation Board / Commission in Canada.
Key Benefits Information
|Key Benefits Information
This table identifies some of the key benefits information for the current year, including: maximum compensation earnings; percentage of earnings benefits are based on; whether there is a waiting period; whether employer is required to pay worker for day of injury and/or period after injury.
|Waiting Periods - Summary
This table describes the waiting periods in each jurisdiction. The waiting period is the amount of time or the amount of remuneration that a worker is not compensated for following an injury.
Temporary Disability Benefits – Wage Loss Benefits
|Weekly Benefits for Temporary Disability - Summary
This table identifies the percentage of the workers’ earnings that wage-loss compensation is based on. The table also lists the maximum and minimum weekly compensation payments a worker may receive. This table only applies to temporary disability benefits.
|Employment Earnings Considered When Establishing the Compensation Rate
This table describes the worker’s earnings that are taken into account when determining the amount of wage-loss compensation a worker receives.
Permanent Disability Awards
|Permanent Disability Awards
This table identifies permanent disability benefits available at each WCB. These are benefits workers may receive if they are found to have a permanent impairment due to a work injury. This table also includes information on lump sum payments and maximum and minimum monthly payments.
Dependency Benefits and Fatalities
|Dependency Benefits and Fatalities
These tables describe benefits for dependants of fatally injured workers and identify benefits related to workplace fatalities such as immediate lump sum payments, funeral costs; transportation of body and lump sums payable on remarriage.
Healthcare Service Providers Fees
|Healthcare Service Providers - Policy, Report Fees and Treatment Fees
These tables give healthcare service providers' treatment and report fees for: acupuncture; audiologist; chiropractor; dentist; dietitian/nutritionist; hospitals; massage therapy; naturopathy; nurses/nursing; occupational therapy; optometry; physician; physical therapy/physiotherapy; podiatry; prosthetics/orthotics; psychologist; specialist and speech pathologist.
Payment of Compensation Benefits
|Types of Compensation
These tables are quick jurisdictional comparisons of types of compensation payments including: wage or earnings loss, functional impairment, annuities and supplemental benefits.