I don't know what it's like in the US.
In Canada most people need between 420 and 700 insurable hours of work in their qualifying period to qualify. This depends on the unemployment rate in their region at the time they file their claim. It could be as much as 910 hours though.
Regular benefits are paid from 14 to a maximum of 45 weeks. The number of weeks of benefits is determined based on the unemployment rate in your region and the amount of insurable hours you have accumulated.
If you voluntarily quit your job without just cause, you will not be paid regular benefits. If you are fired due to your own misconduct, you will not be paid regular benefits.
Maternity benefits are payable to the birth mother or surrogate mother for a maximum of 15 weeks. Parental benefits are payable either to the biological or adoptive parents while they are caring for a new-born or an adopted child, up to a maximum of 35 weeks. Parental benefits can be claimed by one parent or shared between the two partners but will not exceed a combined maximum of 35 weeks. So that means the mother can take 15 weeks, plus 35 weeks, for a total of 50 weeks Employment Benefits.
So it's probably best if you call them tomorrow and ask if you have any more benefits that you qualify for.