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Mary Ng May 19
NEW: As of this week, the $40K interest-free loan is helping over 600,000 business owners in every corner of the country, and today – we're expanding it to help even more people. Now, you can qualify if you are a sole proprietor or if your business relies on contractors.
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Bill Morneau May 19
Since the beginning of this crisis we’ve listened to Canadians to make sure they have the help they need. Today, we’re expanding eligibility on the advice of small business owners. Get the details here:
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Andrew Johns May 25
So many proud business owners, who have never taken a gov't handout in their lives, tap into the $40k . Here's the kicker... Majority of them don't need it. But it's a 2.5yr, 0% interest loan with a $10k gift 📦 at the end. You're incentivized to take it!
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burliko May 25
Is the CEBA actually going to get expanded to Businesses that use a personal bank account? Even the announced changes haven't actually been implemented and we need CEBA NOW - JUNE 1st is 4 sleeps away!! HELP
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Whistle Blower 20h
I can’t remember if this was when I went to my bank, or the gov’t small biz support office
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Mary Ng May 20
Thanks to & for having me yesterday. We spoke about the 600K 🇨🇦 businesses already benefitting from the $40K loan & why we expanded eligibility to help sole proprietors. We’ll keep working hard to support SMEs. Watch below ⤵️
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Guidehouse Financial Services May 25
. recently announced expansion to the eligibility criteria for that helps SME affected by . Our latest article discusses how lenders should be aware of significant & unforeseen , legal, & operational risks:
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Farmwork to Feed Canada May 19
Some to report from the federal government. Changes to the Canadian Emergency Business Account or allow more farmers to access benefits. What are your thoughts on the announcement?
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Carl May 22
The admin. nightmare & information requirements to apply for will alone be enough reason for many Landlords to balk. I can't imagine how long it will take to process applications. The model was far and away better. This will not end well.
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James Cumming May 22
Had a chat with for this article below when changes were announced this week. Give it a read and RT. via
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Andy DM May 25
Replying to @mary_ng
New firms need acces to CEBA as well!
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SBLR LLP May 20
The Federal Government of Canada has made changes to the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy () and the Canada Emergency Business Account (). For a summary of the updates to these relief measures, check out our blog.
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Amir Heydari May 19
Mr. PM pls stop creating more stress & anxiety by picking the winner & loser before it’s get to late for most smaller businesses , include the sole proprietorships to or and give all smaller businesses an equal fighting chance to get trough this unprecedented time!
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Canadian Innovators (CCI) May 25
Operate a high-growth business in Ontario & are ineligible for , or ? Register for CCI's upcoming Q&A with for more information about the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund . Time: Tuesday May 26 @ 3PM EST RSVP:
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Iqra Khalid 🇨🇦 May 19
Great news for ! PM Trudeau announced the expansion of the Canada Emergency Business Account (). Eligible businesses now also include: ✅Sole proprietors ✅Businesses relying on contractors ✅Family-owned corporations with employees paid through dividends
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Soheil Hosseini May 25
Replying to @Bill_Morneau
Thanks to the & , we’e been able to move forward & offer 2 new positions on our career page since last week. However, no one has touched it yet& sadly ended up temporarily hiring overseas freelancers. Not sure what’d be the consequences of generous on the economy
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Baker Tilly Canada May 20
Big news for . Those without payroll can now access the $40,000 interest-free loan available under the Emergency Business Account () – up to $10,000 of which is forgiven if the rest is repaid by December 31, 2022. Read more:
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TheFutureEconomy.ca May 23
👏 625K businesses have been approved for loans. Congrats and thank you to recent interviewee and colleagues for their continued work to support 🇨🇦 business.
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burliko May 25
Replying to @CBCNews @RosieBarton
FIX the failed programs before starting new ones!?! what the F%#$ are you doing?? FIX the CEBA - EXPAND to personal accounts - YOU are failing
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