If so, it would be far less expensive simply to provide a generous supplement to the National Child Benefit System, phased out much more slowly than the present system as family income rises.
What does NCB stand for?
NCB stands for National Child Benefit (Canada)
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We have 135 other meanings of NCB in our Acronym Attic
- Naked City Bootlegs (DVD bootlegs of the band KISS)
- Nano Carbon Ball (deodorization)
- Nano-Cluster Bodensee (nanotechnology; Switzerland)
- Narcotics Control Bureau
- Narragansett Community Band (Templeton, MA)
- National Camps for the Blind (Canada)
- National Cargo Bureau
- National Center for Biodefense
- National Central Bank (finance, European Union)
- National Central Bureau
- National Children's Bureau
- National City Bank
- National Coal Board (UK)
- National Codification Bureau
- National College of Business (various locations)
- National Commercial Bank (Saudi Arabia)
- National Competitive Bidding
- National Computer Board (Republic of Mauritius)
- National Confederation of the Blind (Delhi, India)
- National Cooperative Bank
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Ontario Child Benefit will be sent out with the Canada Child Tax Benefit and the National Child Benefit Supplement.
47) To be sure, while the proportion of funds directed towards children would be significantly less than those of health, for example, nonetheless, by 2002, the list of initiatives undertaken featuring children and youth included the National Child Benefit (NCB), the Early Childhood Development Agreement and new measurement and reporting on the learning readiness of children, Aboriginal Head Start on reserves, SchoolNet, as well as financial assistance to the provinces and the territories for the Official Languages in Education Program and the Youth Employment Strategy, and finally, the establishment of Centres of Excellence dealing with children's development and well-being.
THUNDER BAY The National Child Benefit (NCB), which is delivered jointly by federal, provincial and territorial governments along with some First Nations, was introduced in 1998 as a form of income support for low-income families.
Earlier, the Manitoba government fully restored the National Child Benefit Supplement, ending the clawback of this benefit from families participating in income assistance.
Even though the number of low-income families with children has dropped from 16 percent in 1996 to 11 percent in 2000, the federal government through its National Child Benefit program will supplement low-income families by $965 million per year by 2007.
The National Child Benefit (NCB), introduced by Ottawa in 1998, has similar objectives.