We respectfully acknowledge that we conduct our Business on the Unceded Territory of the Hupacasath and Tseshaht First Nations.

We are unapologetic for our support of business and the vital role it plays in building and supporting our incredible community.
Just a few minutes of your time will help shape the public policies needed to facilitate Canada’s COVID-19 recovery efforts. Survey expires Friday, April 17th. Please consider adding your voice.


This next Survey is done in collaboration with the BC Business Community and will be shared with the Provincial Government. Clearly we need to communicate with all levels of Government throughout the crisis and into the recovery era.

An interesting Blog in this weeks' 5 Minutes for Business published by the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. Some excerpts from the blog:

"Until a vaccine is developed, the price of Canadian oil, like oil everywhere, will remain hostage to a pathogen."

"Market share will increasingly be up for grabs given that current estimates suggest nearly 100 U.S. shale producers are likely to file for Chapter 11 in the months ahead."

"Perhaps most importantly, Canada’s energy producers have the vision to further reduce emissions, some before this crisis could see a path to net-zero by 2050. Realizing this vision demands new infrastructure projects and investment."

COMMUNITY FUTURES STANDING TALL

Loans Available - Up to $20,000.
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Interest Rates as low as 2.95%
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Local Survey Results
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Resilience Website Launched. Click below
The information contained in this resource guide developed in conjunction with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Federal Government is EXTENSIVE. This is where you can everything from the latest updates on the various programs available to Human Resource Needs, Understanding Payroll obligations, Knowing your legal rights and various pitfalls and much more.
Applications open for temporary rental supplement
Renters who are experiencing a loss of income during the COVID-19 pandemic can now apply for the Province’s new temporary rental supplement.
“This crisis is putting pressure on people across B.C. We’re helping British Columbians get through this by halting evictions so renters will not lose their home. We’re helping them pay rent with the new temporary rental supplement – providing direct relief on the biggest month-to-month expense for most households,” said Selina Robinson, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. “Together with the other provincial and federal programs, the rental supplement will give people the financial support they need right now.”


Changes to Canada Summer Jobs program to help businesses and young Canadians affected by COVID-19

The temporary changes to the program for this year include:
  • an increase to the wage subsidy, so that private and public sector employers can also receive up to 100 per cent of the provincial or territorial minimum hourly wage for each employee
  • an extension to the end date for employment to February 28, 2021
  • allowing employers to adapt their projects and job activities to support essential services
  • allowing employers to hire staff on a part-time basis



We've been pushing for flexibility on the CERB program since first announced. Progress announced this morning:

Expanding eligibility for CERB: those making $1,000 or less a month are eligible, says PM


Today - 5:00pm
Meet Tara Christensen - Community Futures Alberni-Clayoquot who will be offering her insight into a discussion about Tourism and COVID 19.
Meet Jonny Beirman from Eco Escape Travel who will join Tara in today's discussion.

Meeting ID: 943 3685 9474