Most of Ontario to open restaurant patios, malls and hair salons, but Toronto left behind

2021-04-20T12:23:17-04:00

Greater Toronto and the Windsor, Niagara and Hamilton regions, where daily new COVID-19 cases have stayed high, remain exempt from the Stage 2 reopenings that begin Friday. Brian Platt- National Post. June 8, 2020 3:04 PM EDT Canada’s biggest province is allowing restaurant patios, shopping malls, hair salons and many other workplaces to reopen as [...]

Most of Ontario to open restaurant patios, malls and hair salons, but Toronto left behind2021-04-20T12:23:17-04:00

Ontario Announces New List of Businesses That Can Reopen

2021-04-20T12:14:30-04:00

TORONTO -- Ontario has announced a list of more businesses than can open across the province with strict guidelines in place. Premier Doug Ford said Wednesday garden centres and nurseries will be allowed to reopen as of Friday at 12:01 a.m. On Saturday, hardware stores and safety supply stores will also be allowed to reopen. [...]

Ontario Announces New List of Businesses That Can Reopen2021-04-20T12:14:30-04:00

Feds to Provide Details on Wage Subsidy Program

2021-04-19T20:22:25-04:00

STAFF & WIRES The Globe and Mail PUBLISHED APRIL 21, 2020 UPDATED 33 MINUTES AGO 4:03 A.M. ET FEDS TO ANNOUNCE MORE SUPPORT TO HELP VULNERABLE WEATHER COVID-19 PANDEMIC   The federal government is expected to unveil today more financial support for vulnerable Canadians struggling to weather the COVID-19 pandemic. Poor, disabled, homeless and elderly [...]

Feds to Provide Details on Wage Subsidy Program2021-04-19T20:22:25-04:00

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy – Update

2021-04-19T20:20:50-04:00

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy Directly from the government of Canada page found here. What It Means for Canadian Employers The new Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) provides a 75% wage subsidy to eligible employers for up to 12 weeks, retroactive to March 15, 2020.  The CEWS prevents further job losses, encourages employers to re-hire [...]

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy – Update2021-04-19T20:20:50-04:00

Businesses call for grants, not loans, to help with costs during COVID-19

2021-04-19T20:19:40-04:00

MATT LUNDY ECONOMICS REPORTER The Globe and Mail PUBLISHED APRIL 12, 2020 UPDATED 17 HOURS AGO Business groups are urging Canadian governments to match other countries by offering cash grants to companies that are facing pressing financial concerns because of COVID-19.     Australia, Britain and some U.S. states have unveiled schemes that offer hardship [...]

Businesses call for grants, not loans, to help with costs during COVID-192021-04-19T20:19:40-04:00

Ottawa wants to loosen rules for the COVID-19 wage subsidy allowing more people to benefit

2021-04-19T20:15:55-04:00

OTTAWA—The Liberal government’s latest COVID-19 emergency legislation could make it easier for more people to benefit from a wage subsidy that’s designed to keep workers on the payroll of companies hurt by the pandemic downturn. According to a draft of the bill obtained by the Star, Ottawa is now willing to cover the majority of [...]

Ottawa wants to loosen rules for the COVID-19 wage subsidy allowing more people to benefit2021-04-19T20:15:55-04:00

Ontario parents can apply for one-time payment to help with education at home

2021-04-19T20:10:37-04:00

Colin D'Mello Queen's Park Bureau Chief and Videojournalist, CTV News Toronto @ColinDMello Contact Published Monday, April 6, 2020 10:54AM EDTLast Updated Monday, April 6, 2020 3:02PM EDT     QUEEN'S PARK -- Ontario parents can now apply for a one-time COVID-19 payment to help offset the costs of keeping children entertained and engaged during the [...]

Ontario parents can apply for one-time payment to help with education at home2021-04-19T20:10:37-04:00

Ottawa unveils wage subsidies of up to 75 per cent for small businesses

2021-04-16T21:47:34-04:00

ROBERT FIFE, BILL CURRY AND SEAN SILCOFF OTTAWA THE GLOBE AND MAIL. PUBLISHED MARCH 27, 2020 UPDATED 2 HOURS AGO Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has unveiled a sweeping emergency package for small-business owners, including loan guarantees and significantly higher wage subsidies to help them cope with the dire economic consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic. The [...]

Ottawa unveils wage subsidies of up to 75 per cent for small businesses2021-04-16T21:47:34-04:00

Canada planning new Coronavirus aid measures this week, Morneau says

2021-04-19T22:40:37-04:00

The federal government is widely expected to come up with some sort of aid package to the airline industry and energy sector Finance Minister Bill Morneau told lawmakers in the Senate that he is planning to make another announcement this week on measures to help the economy. The comments came after the governing Liberals reached [...]

Canada planning new Coronavirus aid measures this week, Morneau says2021-04-19T22:40:37-04:00
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