O-2.1, r. 2 - By-law determining the amount of income from the sale of furs

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1. For the purposes of paragraph 30.4.4 (a) (i) of the Income Security Program for Cree Hunters and Trappers, fur income included in the expression “other income” is that income which exceeds the amount of the exemption per beneficiary unit which is determined in the following manner:
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| | |
| | Category of beneficiary unit |
|Harvesting territories |_________________________________________________________|
| | | | |
| | Individual | Unit without | Unit with dependant|
| | |dependant children| children |
|_______________________|_________________|__________________|____________________|
| | | | |
| A - EASY ACCESS | $818 | $1,636 | $2,181 |
|_______________________|_________________|__________________|____________________|
| | | | |
| B - AVERAGE ACCESS | $1,091 | $3,272 | $4,363 |
|_______________________|_________________|__________________|____________________|
| | | | |
| C - DIFFICULT ACCESS | $2,181 | $4,362 | $5,999 |
|_______________________|_________________|__________________|____________________|
For the purposes of the first paragraph, the term “individual” refers to an unattached person 18 years old or over living with his parents, grandparents or adult children.
O.C 1507-92, s. 1.