Allstate Canada Headquartered in Markham to Provide more than $30 Million to Auto Insurance Customers Amid Pandemic
MARKHAM, ON, April 8, 2020 /CNW/ – Allstate Insurance Company of Canada, together with Pembridge Insurance Company and Pafco Insurance Company (ACG), is announcing a “Stay at Home Payment” of more than $30 million dollars to help its personal auto insurance customers. This is the latest in a number of relief measures offered by the company to help customers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE KEY TO COVID-19 BUSINESS SURVIVAL: CASH FLOW SUPPORT PROGRAMS
Federal and provincial governments have launched several stimulus programs to help businesses gain access to additional cash and financing options to evolve their cash flow planning and strategic investments.
Vaughan-based GetintheLoop Launches $10,000 Community Investment Program – Helping Support Small Businesses
As a technology company, our team at GetintheLoop has always tried to think of a better way to do things through the tech we build. Our original purpose was to use local offers to connect people with business in local communities.
IMMEDIATE ACTIONS YORK REGION EMPLOYERS SHOULD TAKE IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19
The Canadian federal government has announced its economic response plan to COVID-19, including multiple new and rapidly evolving financial support programs to help SMEs through the coronavirus pandemic. This article highlights the available federal and provincial government funding programs to help employers in York Region through these extraordinary times.
Government of Canada Boosts Wage Subsidy to 75% for Small, Medium Businesses to Avoid Layoffs During COVID-19 Crisis
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today announced more help for small and medium-sized businesses to keep employees on the payroll during the COVID-19 crisis, including a 75 per cent wage subsidy and guaranteed interest-free loans.
How to apply for EI and COVID-19 emergency benefits
Workers and businesses hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic may be eligible for part of the $82 billion aid package announced Wednesday by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, which includes $27 billion in direct support for those struggling to find work or care for family members.