Rates

Effective from: July 1, 2019

Attendance Allowance

Grade Amount
1 $1,890.32
2 $1,701.37
3 $1,134.23
4 $756.21
5 $302.55

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Caregiver Recognition Benefit

A monthly payment increased annually by the Consumer Price Index. The current payment is $1,024 per month.

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Veterans Independence Program

This PDF chart shows the maximum VIP amounts.

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Clothing Allowance

Grade Amount
1 $214.21
2 $171.32
3 $128.54
4 $85.65
5 $76.10
6 $61.86
7 $57.10
8 $47.56
9 $38.10
10 $23.75

The Clothing Allowance is provided if you are receiving a disability benefit for a condition that causes wear and tear on your clothing or requires you to wear specially-made clothing.

Pain and Suffering Compensation

Extent of disability (%) Monthly benefit Lump sum amount
5 57.50 18,708.48
20 230.00 74,833.92
40 460.00 149,667.84
60 690.00 224,501.76
80 920.00 299,335.68
100 1150.00 374,169.60

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Income Replacement Benefit

This income replacement provides 90% of your gross pre-release military salary while you are participating in Rehabilitation services. This ensures a pre-tax income of at least $48,600 per year.

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Canadian Forces Income Support

Maximum per month
Veteran or Survivor Veteran with Spouse/Partner Additional amount for each dependent child Orphan
$1,637.44 $2,440.22 $363.05 $778.21

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War Veterans Allowance

Maximum per month
Veteran or Survivor Veteran or Survivor (blind) Veteran with Spouse/Partner Veteran with Spouse/Partner (both blind) Additional amount for each dependent child Orphan
$1,637.44 $1,698.23 $2,440.21 $2,500.80 $259.70 $778,21

Important note to Veterans and qualified civilians:

If you had wartime service and your income is higher than the maximum level because you or your spouse/common-law partner receive OAS benefits, in certain cases, you may qualify for treatment benefits.

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Disability Pension

  Monthly Rate Additional Monthly Amounts
Class Single Spouse One Child Second Child Each Other Child
1 $2,856.76 $714.19 $371.38 $271.39 $214.26
5 $2,285.41 $571.35 $297.10 $217.12 $171.41
10 $1,571.22 $392.81 $204.26 $149.26 $117.84
15 $857.03 $214.26 $111.41 $81.42 $64.28
20 $142.84 $35.71 $18.57 $13.57 $10.71

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Exceptional Incapacity Allowance

Grade Amount
1 $1,512.29
2 $1,260.21
3 $1,008.17
4 $756.21
5 $504.11

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Additional Pain and Suffering Compensation

Grade Monthly amount
1 $1,500.00
2 $1,000.00
3 $500.00

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Critical Injury Benefit

The Critical Injury Benefit is a $74,659.06 tax-free lump-sum award to address the immediate impacts of the most severe and traumatic service-related injuries or diseases sustained by Canadian Armed Forces members.

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Death Benefit

The death benefit is a one-time, tax-free amount of $ 374,169.60 paid to a spouse or common-law partner and any dependent children if a CAF member dies while in service.

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Education Training Benefit

This program offers funding for college, university, technical education or short-term programs.

Years of Service
(authorized paid days)
Maximum Amount
6 years $40,960
12 years $81,920

You can use $5,120 of this benefit to participate in one-time courses aimed at certification, professional designations, or professional development.

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