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FINANCIAL AID - Full publication
Canada has announced new financial and tax measures in response to COVID-19. In addition to extending certain tax deadlines, Canada will provide a variety of financial measures for Canadian individuals and businesses affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. In...
FINANCIAL AID - Original Publication. Published March 18, 2020
We are in the midst of a pandemic, with information coming at us from every direction and governments around the globe having to react to changes in a fluid manner. In response to the extraordinary situation stemming from COVID- 19, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stated “nothing is off the table” when it comes to implementing measures to assist Canadians in navigating this crisis.
Containing the virus remains the priority of everyone...
FOOD INDUSTRY CV19 NEWS UPDATE - Download PDF
As our province and country responds to COVID 19, I want to assure B.C.’s farmers, ranchers, seafood sector and food processors that the B.C. government is here to support you throughout the outbreak and recovery periods. Clearly, in an emergency of this scope, the only way forward is for all British Columbians and Canadians to join forces and work together.
To that extent, the Ministry of Agriculture is part of a cross-...
STAFF EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT – HR & OHS
Should you have a confirmed case of a staff member:
Please contact BC-CDC at the following number: Non-medical information about COVID-19 is available 7:30 am-8 pm at 1-888-COVID19.
Please call 811 directly to get information on what to do if you have an employee confirmed positive for COVID 19.
Ultimately the employer has the duty to prevent the risk of exposure and spread of the virus. The confirmed employee must seek medical attention and go to self-quarantine for the recommended time by the physician...
The Surrey Board of Trade used, and adapted, this guide to develop a Business Continuity and Recovery Plan. Please contact the Surrey Board of Trade at firstname.lastname@example.org