COVID-19: Your Business
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on the web
These curated resources are free and easily accessible on the web! All you need is an internet connection.
Delivered in partnership with the B.C. government and the Government of Canada, this site connects businesses with the resources and guidance necessary to navigate challenges from COVID-19.
This page provides regularly updated information on the B.C. government’s tax and tax-related changes, incentives and benefits that are part of its COVID-19 Action Plan.
British Columbians affected by the COVID-19 pandemic are able to access income supports, tax relief and direct funding for people, businesses and services, including the BC Recovery Benefit and BC Hydro and ICBC payment deferral.
Although the Canadian Business Resilience Network (CBRN) campaign wrapped up in March 2021, the information on the support programs, the toolkits, and the important resources to help businesses manage their operations throughout the pandemic and plan their recovery are now available on this page from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Deferral of sales tax, deferral of customs duty; new loan programs; CRA's additional measures for business.
Links to federal programs for families, people facing unemployment, people who are sick, quarantined, or in directed self-isolation, people who are unable to work, seniors, students, youth and businesses.
Recent changes to temporary layoffs means BC employees and employers have more options for support. Using this portal created by BC Ministry of Labour, employers and employees can apply to extend temporary layoffs due to COVID-19.