The Government of the Northwest Territories (GNWT) has extended the wage top-up program for an additional eight weeks to match the federal extension of the Canada Emergency Relief Benefit (CERB) to October 3, 2020. Businesses can immediately apply for temporary funding to top-up employees’ wages from April to $18/hour.
This program has been made possible because of the federal government’s contribution of $4.74 million. This will help provide monetary assistance to all lower-wage workers. This program will also offer a taxable benefit for employees.
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NWT residents will now have access to detailed information on COVID-19 in and around the region through a interactive, visual tool – NWT COVID-19 dashboard.
The following information can be accessed on the tool represented visually through graphs and charts:
- New and confirmed cases with daily statistics
- Active and recovered cases
- Cumulative statistics
- Positive, negative, and pending test results
- Regional breakdown of confirmed cases
- Travel history of confirmed cases
- Breakdown of symptoms for confirmed cases
Call 811 (8 AM to 8 PM, 7 days a week): If anyone experiences symptoms of COVID-19. They can also take the online assessment and follow the directions.
Call 911: If anyone experiences severe symptoms such as difficulty breathing or acute respiratory distress syndrome.
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Strict restrictions imposed on everyday operations in order to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus have severely affected the economy. This has hugely impacted the operational and financial flow of small indigenous businesses.
Let us help you access the Emergency Loan Program by the Government of Canada
In order to support small indigenous businesses with operational cash flow, the Government of Canada started The Emergency Loan Program (ELP) for Small Indigenous Businesses – a component of the Indigenous Business Stabilization Program.
Our experienced team of experts will help you with detailed and additional information on the Emergency Loan Program and offer you advice and guided assistance on accessing this program.
Ph: 867-669-0242 | Fax: 867-669-7242
Emergency Loan Program Benefit:
- Offers maximum assistance of $40,000. (75% loan and 25% non-repayable contribution)
- Loan and contribution will be issued together