COVID-19 Resources for Businesses

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Economic Response, Recovery, and Return 

For up to date information on federal and provincial loans and grants, bill relief, wages and rent support, taxes, and other economic recovery and financial benefits for business, industry, non-profit organizations or community groups, visit Government of BC Economic Support For Business.

If you unable to find what you are looking for, or have questions about supports for businesses, contact BC Business COVID-19 Support Services at 1-833-254-4357, or by email at

To learn more about the Federal and Provincial recovery plans, check out the links below.

Government of Canada logo Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan.
British Columbia logo BC Government's Economic Recovery Plan, StrongerBC.
WorkSafeBC logo

WorkSafeBC has released information on the required COVID-19 Safety Plan and has created a COVID-19 and Returning to Safe Operation page to provide general guidance. It lays out a six-step process for employers to follow when preparing to return to operation safely, in a manner that reduces the potential for COVID-19 transmission.

You can also view industry specific information they have developed to complement their existing health and safety information. They are updating industry specific pages as these resources are developed to ensure a safe environment for your employees and customers.

Patio Expanded patio use and food truck operation has been temporarily permitted to allow more service options for our local restaurants. Find specific requirements and instructions for obtaining a temporary permit.

Buy and Sell PPE

BC Logo Eligible organizations can request to purchase supplies of personal protective equipment (PPE) and cleaning and disinfectant products from the B.C. government.
Canada Logo The Government of Canada needs products and service in support of Canada's response to COVID-19.

Raoid Response Platform

The Rapid Response Platform automatically matches supply with demand, simplifying supplier discovery during the procurement process. As Canada's industries return to work, there is an increased demand for PPE – is your company able to be a supplier?

You are not alone – join a local Business Association

There any many business communities in the Township and they each offer their members excellent opportunities to share resources and experiences, build your networks, and grow your business.

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