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Eligible parents in Canada could qualify for up to $2,000 from the federal government, simply by opening a savings plan for their kids.

The Canada Learning Bond — also known as the CLB — is money that the feds add to a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) for children from families with a low income.

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This year, the Canada Child Benefit (CCB) is getting a boost and eligible families will be able to get almost $7,000 towards the cost of raising children.

The increase was announced back in July, with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau confirming that qualifying families would be able to get more money from the feds to help with childcare costs for those under the age of 18.

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Canadians who are struggling to pay their rent are set to receive a one-time payment from the federal government this year, as part of a wider plan to make life more affordable in Canada.

Over the summer, the government laid out its Affordability Plan, which it says aims to reduce the impact of inflation on Canadians.

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Check your bank accounts, parents! The Canada Child Benefit (CCB) is getting a boost in 2022 and payments have gone up already.

In a video message shared on Wednesday, July 20, PM Justin Trudeau confirmed that CCB payments had increased effective "today."

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Some Canadians will be getting more government money throughout the year, as the Climate Action Incentive Payment (CAIP) is shifting to a quarterly basis.

Beginning July 15, Canadian individuals and families living in a few key provinces will start receiving the CAIP — a credit meant to offset carbon pricing — in four payments throughout the year.

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