Emergency benefits: What each province is offering during the COVID-19 pandemic

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Nine provinces and one territory have said they are offering direct financial benefits to workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

Emergency Benefit, Coronavirus Emergency Benefit

26.3.2020

Nine provinces and one territory have said they are offering direct financial benefits to workers affected by the COVID-19 pandemic

CTVNews.ca has compiled a cross-country guide to exactly what each province and territory is directly offering those whose jobs have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

to renters who are at risk of losing their homes. Alberta: Anyone in Alberta who is self-isolating or the sole caregiver of someone who is self-isolating can apply for the province's emergency isolation support payments. Announced on March 18, the program offers one-time payments of $1,146. . Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan residents who have been ordered to self-isolate and are not eligible for the federal supports can apply for the province's , which was announced March 20 and provides recipients with $900 over two weeks. The province has said this will mainly benefit self-employed workers. Manitoba: As of March 26, the Manitoba government has not announced any specific direct financial assistance for residents affected by COVID-19. Ontario: one-time payments to parents of children who are affected by school and daycare closures. These payments will be $200 per child up to the age of 12, or $250 if the child is considered to have special needs. Low-income seniors will also see increases in their usual payments from the province for six months, some families will be newly eligible to receive support paying hydro bills, and access to the Ontario Works income support program will be expanded as well. Quebec: In Quebec, those who are unable to work due to COVID-19-related reasons and do not qualify for federal assistance can apply to the province's , applications for which opened March 19. Recipients will receive $573 per week for up to four weeks. New Brunswick: Workers who have lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 state of emergency in New Brunswick, including the self-employed, are eligible for . The province announced these payments March 24 and said they are aimed at bridging the gap between the loss of work and federal benefits kicking in. Nova Scotia: Read more: CTV News

Here’s the guy in charge of the health of the world. Sooooo wheres the money, im locked up, cant apply for ei on the phone because phone is busy and online needs a code. I even have antibiotics delivered to my door Your article has FALSE information. It says every Canadian who is losing income is eligible when in fact this is FALSE. FULL TIME STUDENTS who did not make at least $5000 last year from their part time jobs are NOT ELIGIBLE for any kind of help. Isn't that right JustinTrudeau ?

fake virus! don't be afraid. fake virus! don't be afraid. fake virus! don't be afraid. fake virus! don't be afraid. fake virus! don't be afraid. fake virus! don't be afraid. fake virus! don't be afraid. this funding should only be allowed for those who work and have children and affected. not a free for all why are we giving seniors more money? where are the priorities? COVIDー19

I'm glad they've owned up that it's only for able-bodied, working Canadians. Better upfront about not caring about ODSP/OW reciepients raisetherate I do not see any money as handyman in Calgary

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Government wins unanimous consent to pass emergency COVID-19 legislationThe government won unanimous consent to quickly pass emergency legislation to free up $82 billion to help Canadians weather the COVID-19 crisis. tries to become dictator overnight JUST TRYING TO REMAIN ACCOUNTABLE, YOU GUUUUISE!! they want to purposefully let the virus spread among people who are at low risk, so that a large part of the population becomes immune, seems like only explanation 🤷‍♂️ he is good! times were bad. solutions delayed. i lost some time :) all is legit

How to apply for EI and other COVID-19 emergency government income supportsHere is a rundown of the available and soon-to-be-available programs and their requirements globebusiness help for those who qualify No help for others

PM Trudeau to speak in advance of emergency House sitting to pass COVID-19 aidPrime Minister Justin Trudeau will be speaking to the latest federal response efforts to the COVID-19 pandemic, in advance of a historic emergency recall of the House of Commons to pass urgent financial aid. At least you guys will work together unlike the democrats in USA! Unqualified joker He’s going to try and swerve everyone so he can get full power and control to print money and tax everyone into dependency. ottnews canada covid19

First Nations Health Authority modifies COVID-19 communications to consider Indigenous experiencesAnnouncements about infectious disease and illness, social distancing and isolation can cause anxiety for elders who endured Canada’s residential school system or so-called Indian hospitals, says Dr. Shannon McDonald, deputy chief medical officer with the health authority

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