Child and spousal support, by annual caseload, by province and territory (New Brunswick)
Related tables: Civil courts and family law.
|Cases enrolled on April 1||13,810||13,955||13,910||13,770||13,550|
|Cases enrolled on March 31||13,950||13,905||13,770||13,550||12,595|
|Notes: Child and spousal support cases are limited to those enrolled in Maintenance Enforcement Programs. Results do not reflect all support cases in the jurisdiction. |
As a result of rounding methodology, some small differences can be expected in the corresponding values between tables.
In New Brunswick, new enrolments are slightly undercounted because on occasion the enrolment record is not received by the survey.
1. All re-enrolments during the fiscal year are counted. If a case re-enrolls multiple times, each re-enrolment is included in the count.
2. All closures during the year are counted. If a case is closed multiple times, each closure is included in the count.
Source: Statistics Canada, CANSIM table 259-0001.
Last modified: 2017-05-04.
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