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Business Resilience Service Launched to Advise Businesses on Government Relief Programs

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Business Resilience Service Launched to Advise Businesses on Government Relief Programs

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Posted May 26, 2020

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s Canadian Business Resilience Network, in partnership with the Government of Canada, in collaboration with EY, and with support from the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada and Imagine Canada recently launched the Business Resilience Service.

The Business Resilience Service helps small- and medium-sized businesses, not-for-profits, and charities navigate the available government relief programs. The Business Resilience Service, offered free of charge, provides a connection to approximately 125 experienced accountants and tax professionals from across Canada. This program:

  • Provides guidance on COVID-19 support program options and eligibility
  • Directs businesses to the most appropriate support organizations
  • Assists organizations in making decisions to support recovery plans
  • Provides policymakers with real-time insights and feedback

The Business Resilience Service will be available for the next four weeks, ending on June 21, 2020. This program can be accessed seven days per week by calling 1-866-989-1080.

This blog post was written by Marina Abrosimov, a member of the Business Law team.  Marina can be reached at 613-369-0363 or at marina.abrosimov@mannlawyers.com.

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