his review of the conference paper, Felice Martinello and the Institutional Reviewer from Statistics Canada for their review of an earlier draft, and we would like to acknowledge Caroline Weber’s contributions in the earlier versions of this paper. The article represents the views of the authors and does not reflect the opinions of Statistics Canada. For correspondence, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgNon-Standard Employment Contracts, P. 2 Differences in Benefits Within Non-Standard Employment Contracts This paper examines benefits coverage among regular full-time, regular part-time, temporary full-time, and temporary part-time workers and asks whether there are significant differences in benefits coverage within non-standard workers, i.e. those in the latter three categories. Statistics Canada’s Workplace and Employee Survey (1999) data is used for the analysis. Results suggest that regular full-time workers are more likely to receive benefits than all others, followed by those in regular part-time and temporary full-time employment contracts. As expected, temporary part-time workers have the lowest benefit coverage, suggesting that they are the most marginalized within non-standard employment. Non-Standard Employment Contracts, P.