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They also differ in their respective approaches to meeting needs. But in all cases the family remains central, especially in those functions relating to the nurture of children. Nevertheless, old age pension is still insurance-based and proportional to contributions. Examples are the development of the federal Canada Child Tax Benefit, which provides a cash benefit each month to all lower-income parents in Canada for their children’s needs, and the Saskatchewan Employment Supplement, which helps low-income working parents in Saskatchewan with child care and other employment-related costs.

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