Your employer does not have to pay you for the days you cannot
work because you are sick.
You can take unpaid leave up to twenty-six (26) weeks per year
if you are sick or were in an accident, provided you have worked
for the same employer for at least three (3) months.
You must tell your employer as soon as possible if you are taking
sick leave, and explain why.
You can ask for employment insurance benefits for up
to fifteen (15)
weeks if you cannot work because you are sick. For more information,
contact your nearest Employment Insurance office and ask about
sickness benefits. See Section 8.3 for contact information.
You can take up to ten (10) unpaid days per year off work to look
after the care, health, or education of:
BenefitsA payment made under a private or government program.