Most businesses face challenges, but the COVID-19 outbreak has increased safety concerns and new business risks.

We understand that shortened seasons, delays in shipments, trade restrictions, and travel difficulties are causing increasing uncertainty. The good news is that you may be able to get the financial help you need to keep going today, so you will be in a position to prosper when conditions stabilize.

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COVID-19: Financial Support Overview - updated July 2020

Credit and Loan Programs for those working in the Nova Scotia Fishing Industry.

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Cash flow transparency, when you need it most

Managing the impact of COVID-19 on your business.

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Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS)

An assistance program to cover most employee wage costs, up to 75% of employee payment on $58,700 per employee.

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Downloadable Resources

Find more information on how these measures can assist you.

Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA)
Small businesses and not-for-profit organizations can get interest-free loans of up to $40,000, helping them stay afloat while business and income is down.

Rental relief for small businesses: Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA)
Business owners can now receive a series of lease or rent relief options to limit costs while COVID-19 is still affecting business.

Work-Sharing Program
This program can help your business avoid layoffs when business is slowing down due to unpredictable periods, such as the pandemic.

Temporary Wage Subsidy
The program offers savings to business owners by reducing the tax they pay on their employees’ wages.

A complete overview of all recent government benefits and relief for Canadians and businesses.

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