Canadian businesses from the economic impact of COVID-19: https://www.canada.ca/en/department-finance/news/2020/03/additional-support-for-canadian-businesses-from-the-economic-impact-of-covid-19.html
Prime minister announces support small businesses facing impact:
The CRA says it will update some of the wording in its online application for the CRB to “clear up any ambiguity” about eligibility.
Francois Boileau says the CRA has agreed to be understanding with Canadians as the agency shifts back to tax-collection mode after months of doling out emergency aid.
The Liberals are making a public plea for them to submit their returns as soon as possible so payments of the guaranteed income supplement doesn’t get suspended come Jan. 1.
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