1.6 million Canadians with disabilities can expect a $600 one-time payment

1.6 million Canadians with disabilities can expect a $600 one-time payment
The Government of Canada will be issuing a $600 one-time payment to disabled people to help cope with extra expenses incurred during the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to be eligible for this automatic payment, you must have confirmed the following:

you have an existing valid Disability Tax Credit (DTC) certificateyou are eligible and applied for the DTC by September 25, 2020you are a beneficiary as at July 1, 2020 of:Canada Pension Plan DisabilityQuebec Pension Plan Disability PensionOne of the disability supports provided by Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC)Disability PensionDisability AwardPain and Suffering CompensationCritical Injury BenefitRehabilitation Services and Vocational Assistance ProgramIncome Replacement BenefitCanadian Forces Income Support”

We are announcing that approximately 1.6 million persons with disabilities will start receiving the one-time payment of up to $600 on October 30, 2020. Learn more: https://t.co/BPemVGp8cy pic.twitter.com/QqRRBuLTf5— Accessible Canada (@AccessibleGC) October 5, 2020
1.6 million Canadians with disabilities can expect a $600 one-time payment

For more, please visit the COVID-19 benefits and services portal.

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