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Although we strive to provide accurate, relevant and timely information, there is no guarantee that the information will continue to be accurate in the future. Government programs, and other programs available to small businesses, can change daily. The information we provide you through this website is for educational and informational purposes only. For advice that pertains to your unique business situation, please get in touch with us at 1.800.265.1002 or email at

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New COVID Recovery Benefits Announced

Last updated: Nov. 30, 2021  Update: The federal government recently proposed an extension to the Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit (CRCB) and the Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit (CRSB) until May 7, 2022. The proposal also includes an increase to the maximum duration of benefits for CRCB from 42 to 44 weeks and CRSB from 4 to … Read more

COVID-19 Update: Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy Program

Last updated: Oct. 27, 2021  Update: The government is proposing to continue COVID-19 business support programs until May 2022 for organizations hit hardest since the start of the pandemic or most affected by public health restrictions.  Further information will be made available shortly. What is the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy? The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy … Read more

The New Canada Recovery Hiring Program (CRHP)

Last updated: Oct. 27, 2021  UPDATE:  The federal government recently announced a proposal to extend the Canada Recovery Hiring Program to May, 2022.  Further information will be made available shortly. The Canada Recovery Hiring Program (CRHP), which was introduced during the federal budget has officially launched. The program provides a subsidy of up to 50 … Read more

A guide to COVID-19 financial relief for small business

Last updated: Oct. 8, 2021  Last updated August 10, 2020. We will update blog posts when more information is released. As we finished writing the introduction to this blog post, several provinces were starting to recover and re-open their economies. It’s heartwarming to see businesses across the country hiring back their employees through government … Read more

Canada Emergency Business Account Loan

Last updated: Oct. 8, 2021  The Canada Emergency Business Account provides interest-free loans of up to $60,000 to small businesses and non-profits. NEW: The deadline for completing the CEBA application at your primary financial institution has been extended to June 30, 2021.  All CEBA applicants can now check the status of their CEBA Loan online. The … Read more

The Latest COVID-19 Updates For Your Business

Last updated: Oct. 8, 2021  Good news from Ottawa: the government will provide interest relief for people who accessed COVID-19 programs last year. Anything to make your life a little less taxing right now is a win. We’ve summarized the news below and other recent COVID-19-related updates that could help you and your business. For … Read more

New Brunswick Budget Report 2021

Last updated: Oct. 8, 2021  Last week New Brunswick Finance Minister Ernie Steeves presented the province’s fiscal 2021–22 budget. We’re not seeing any surprises in this budget. Like other provinces, the New Brunswick government is increasing spending on COVID-19 measures. Steeves predicts a projected deficit of $244.8 million for 2021-2022 to “to address the pressures … Read more

Ontario Budget Report 2021

Last updated: Oct. 8, 2021  Last week Ontario Finance Minister Peter Bethlenfalvy presented the province’s fiscal 2021–22 budget. The Ontario budget falls in line with what we’re seeing from other provincial budgets: more spending on health care, but otherwise a relatively quiet budget from a tax perspective. We’re happy to report the personal tax rate … Read more

Nova Scotia Budget Report 2021

Last updated: Oct. 8, 2021  On March 25, 2021, Nova Scotia Finance Minister Labi Kousoulis presented the province’s fiscal 2021-22 budget. No surprises here – Nova Scotia is spending more on health care like other provinces. On the business side, they announced property tax relief for small business owners and the extension of the Equity … Read more

Saskatchewan Budget Report 2021

Last updated: Oct. 8, 2021  On April 6, 2021, Saskatchewan Finance Minister Donna Harpauer presented the province’s fiscal 2021-22 budget. We’re seeing exactly what we expected in this budget – an increase in health care spending to fight the pandemic. The province is also putting more money towards education, social services, child care and capital … Read more