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:
Several mature students who spoke to Global News say they have to repeatedly complete their attestations for the coronavirus aid money over the phone.
Canadians who don’t file their taxes in time for the CRA to review them by early September may face benefit payment delays.
According to the CRA, the charges stem back as far as March 2018, when Zhu allegedly gathered personal information from people who applied to “fake job postings” that he had set up.
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