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8 Million out of work Canadians have now applied CERB

“We hope to be able to get this help out to businesses to keep employees on their payroll as quickly as possible,” Trudeau said, noting that eight million Canadians who are out of work or whose income has been considerably reduced have now applied for the $2,000 a month Canada Emergency Response Benefit.



 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the federal government is setting up a $350 million Emergency Community Support Fund to help charities and non-profits keep up their work assisting Canada’s most vulnerable through the COVID-19 pandemic.


And, as of Tuesday companies who have been eyeing the 75 per cent wage subsidy for employees will be able to get an estimate of how much money they’ll be able to claim once the application portal opens next Monday.


Speaking to the supplementary supports for community programs, Trudeau said that due to a drop in donations and because organizations have had to change the way they deliver services in accordance with public health measures, it has left groups like seniors and people with disabilities without the programs they rely on.


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