Separation and divorce
Tax credits and government assistance
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Family, child care, and caregivers deductions and credits (Canada Revenue Agency)
Canada Child Benefit (Government of Canada)
Overview of child and family benefits (Canada Revenue Agency)
Change in custody (Retraite Québec)
Change in conjugal status (Retraite Québec)
Eligibility for the Family Allowance (Retraite Québec)
Application for Family Allowance (Retraite Québec)
Amounts and payment of Family Allowance (Retraite Québec)
CalculAide for Family Allowance payments (Retraite Québec)
Shelter Allowance Program
Shelter Allowance Program (Revenu Québec)
Shelter Allowance Program (Société d’habitation du Québec)
Tax credits for parents
Tax Credit for Children's Activities (Revenu Québec)
Tax Credit for Adoption Expenses (Revenu Québec)
Tax Credit for Childcare Expenses (Revenu Québec)
Tax Credit for Tuition or Examination Fees (Revenu Québec)
Tax Credit for the Treatment of Infertility (Revenu Québec)
Medical Expenses (Revenu Québec)
Expenses for Medical Services not Available in your Area (Revenu Québec)
Québec Education Savings Incentive (Revenu Québec)
Amount for Other Dependants (Revenu Québec)
Amounts for a Child Enrolled in Post-Secondary Studies (Revenu Québec)
Deductions for parents or future parents (Revenu Québec)
Tax Treatment of Support Payments (Revenu Québec)
Social assistance and child support
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