General Resources

World Health Organization

Saskatchewan Government COVID-19 Resources

Public Health Agency of Canada’s webpage on general COVID19

Avoid COVID19 Fraud

Resources for Business

Saskatchewan Government Support for Business

Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support for Canadians and Businesses

Business Credit Availability Program (BCAP)

Pandemic Preparedness – Canadian Chamber of Commerce

Resources specifically for Small Business and Entrepreneurs

Business Continuity Plan and Templates for Entrepreneurs – BDC

Support for Entrepreneurs Impacted by COVID-19 – BDC

resources for Exporters

Export Development Canada

Resources for Indigenous Communities

COVID-19: Resources for Indigenous Governments, Organizations, Businesses and Individuals

Ten Strategies to Help Your Business Make it Through the Economic Storm – Metis Nation Saskatchewan, Northern Resource Group and SaskMetis Economic Development Corporation

Resources for employers

How to complete a Record of Employment

Guidelines for Saskatchewan WCB Claims Related to COVID-19

Managing Staffing and Leave

EI Information for Employers

Temporary Wage Subsidy for Employers FAQs

Work-Sharing Program and Temporary Special Measures

resources for workers

Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)

To support workers and help businesses keep their employees, the government has proposed legislation to establish the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB). This taxable benefit would provide $2,000 a month for up to four months for workers who lose their income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The CERB would be a simpler and more accessible combination of the previously announced Emergency Care Benefit and Emergency Support Benefit.

The CERB would cover Canadians who have lost their job, are sick, quarantined, or taking care of someone who is sick with COVID-19, as well as working parents who must stay home without pay to care for children who are sick or at home because of school and daycare closures. The CERB would apply to wage earners, as well as contract workers and self-employed individuals who would not otherwise be eligible for Employment Insurance (EI).

Saskatchewan Government support for workers

EI sickness benefits: What these benefits offer

resources for farmers and the agri-food sector

Advance Payments Program

Canadian Agricultural Partnership

Alleviating Industry Financial Pressure – Farm Credit Canada


Please find the recap of the COVID-19: Business Impact Survey here.



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