COVID-19 Updates

May 8 Update – Service Delivery Update - Branches Opening for Transactional Services Only Expand/Collapse

Congratulations!  Staying home, practicing social distancing and banking with us differently have all contributed to flattening the curve!   We are excited for the province and for many members in the business community to be able to re-open their businesses.

It's important that we follow the provincial government’s plan and work together to continue to flatten the curve of COVID-19. That’s why you’ll see Cornerstone Credit Union taking steps to return to a ‘new’ normal.

Watch a message here from our CEO, Doug Jones about our plans to safely re-open to continue to serve our members needs.

Effective Monday, May 11th, our Yorkton, Tisdale and Wynyard branches will open its doors to members from 9:00am to 3:00pm Monday to Friday.   This will be for transactional services only.  All advisory services such as for investment and lending will continue to be by appointment over the phone.

Effective Tuesday, May 19th, the remainder of our branches – Archerwill, Ituna, Kelliher, Rose Valley, Saltcoats and Theodore will open its doors to members from 9:00am to 3:00pm Monday to Friday*.  Again, for transactional services only with all advisory services conducted by phone appointment.

*Branches that operate three days/week will operate on those days from 9:00am to 3:00pm. These branches will continue to maintain their regular lunch hour closure schedule.

The reduced hours of operation are only temporary however are necessary for us to manage cleaning and employee schedules necessary to keep everyone safe.  We will inform you when we move to normal operating hours. You can also visit our Find Branch/ATM page for most current branch information.

Appointments for member services (i.e. investment, lending, and other advisory service needs) will continue to be conducted by contacting your Advisor directly or call us at 1.855.875.2255 if you wish to set up an appointment.

Branch openings are subject to change without notice at any time.

Our employees and members’ health and safety remain top priority. You will see safety protocols in all our branches. We ask that you follow all safety protocols in place.

  • Limited number of members in-branch. You may be asked to wait outside until it is safe to enter.
  • Social / Physical distancing – you will see floor decals in place at all branches. Please use these as a guide for social distancing.
  • Increased diligence of cleaning – each member service station will be cleaned before and after a member transaction.
  • Hand sanitizer stations in place at each branch.
  • Glass partitions in place at each member service station.
  • Please do not enter a branch if you have traveled internationally in the last 14 days, are sick, have cold or flu-like symptoms, or have been in close contact with anyone who has. Please call us at 1.855.875.2255 and we’d be happy to help you over the phone.

We still want everyone to follow the health authority experts’ advice which is to continue social distancing and stay home whenever possible.  That means using alternate channels for banking services whenever possible.   Therefore, even though we are making in-branch service available, we still encourage you to call us first to determine if your needs can be met over the phone or through an alternate channel. Our Contact Centre is open extended hours and on Saturdays. We’ve also increased capacity to serve you remotely and we’re proud to say that our members are on hold for only seconds before reaching our Advisors.

You can also bank from home using Online Banking, our Mobile App, and Deposit Anywhere to perform your day-to-day transactions. Use our ATMs or Night Depository (where available) for your deposits. And you can also continue to use the Night Depository to drop your bill payments for processing. These are processed regularly throughout the day.

We thank you for your continued support and flexibility through this unprecedented time. Let’s work together to continue to flatten the curve.

FAQs Expand/Collapse

How can I access banking services?
We want to make sure you can get the services you need in the safest way possible. At the present time, this means doing as much of your banking as you can using ATMs, MemberDirect Online Bankingmobile app or by filling in the form on our COVID-19 page.

Click here for more information on your remote banking options.

Our Advisors are also available to answer your questions and help you with all your financial needs. Call 1.855.875.2255.

I have an essential transaction that can only be conducted in-branch. What should I do?
We can assist you. Call our Contact Centre first at 1.855.875.2255 to discuss your needs.  Our Advisors are available to answer your questions and if necessary, can make branch arrangements for essential services that cannot be done through other convenient alternate delivery channels. Our Contact Centre is open:
Monday to Thursday: 8am – 8pm
Friday: 8am – 6pm
Saturday: 8am – 4pm

We ask that you use Online BankingMobile App or our ATM Network to perform your day to day transactions such as depositing cheques, paying bills, and account inquiries.

In an effort to keep everyone safe and as per government guidelines, you cannot visit a branch if you have travelled internationally in the last 14 days, are sick, have cold or flu-like symptoms, or have been in close contact with anyone who has. Please call us at 1-855-875-2255 and we’d be happy to help you over the phone.

What are your current branch hours?
Effective Monday, May 11, our Yorkton, Tisdale and Wynyard branches will open its doors to members from 9:00am to 3:00pm Monday to Friday. 

Effective Tuesday, May 19, the remainder of our branches – Archerwill, Ituna, Kelliher, Rose Valley, Saltcoats and Theodore will open its doors to members from 9:00am to 3:00pm Monday to Friday*

This will be for transactional services only. All advisory services such as for investment and lending will continue to be by appointment over the phone.

*Branches that operate three days/week will operate on those days from 9:00am to 3:00pm. These branches will continue to maintain their regular lunch hour closure schedule.

The reduced hours of operation are only temporary however are necessary for us to manage cleaning and employee schedules necessary to keep everyone safe. We will inform you when we move to normal operating hours. You can also visit our Find Branch/ATM page for most current branch information.

Appointments for member services (i.e. investment, lending, and other advisory service needs) will continue to be conducted by contacting your Advisor directly or call us at 1.855.875.2255 if you wish to set up an appointment.

Branch openings are subject to change without notice at any time.

I need to make an appointment for advice or services. What should I do?
Please fill in the form on our COVID-19 page and we’ll be in touch within one business day; or call us at 1.855.875.2255 and an Advisor will assist you.

What should I expect if I’m coming to a branch?
Our employees and members’ health and safety remain top priority. You will see safety protocols in all our branches. We ask that you follow all safety protocols in place.
  • Limited number of members in-branch. You may be asked to wait outside until it is safe to enter.
  • Social / Physical distancing – you will see floor decals in place at all branches. Please use these as a guide for social distancing.
  • Increased diligence of cleaning – each member service station will be cleaned before and after a member transaction.
  • Hand sanitizer stations in place at each branch.
  • Glass partitions in place at each member service station.
  • Please do not enter a branch if you have traveled internationally in the last 14 days, are sick, have cold or flu-like symptoms, or have been in close contact with anyone who has. Please call us at 1.855.875.2255 and we’d be happy to help you over the phone.

We still want everyone to follow the health authority experts’ advice which is to continue social distancing and stay home whenever possible.  That means using alternate channels for banking services whenever possible.   Therefore, even though we are making in-branch service available, we still encourage you to call us first to determine if your needs can be met over the phone or through an alternate channel. Our Contact Centre is open extended hours and on Saturdays. We’ve also increased capacity to serve you remotely and we’re proud to say that our members are on hold for only seconds before reaching our Advisors.

What supports are in place if I require flexibility on my loan or mortgage payments?
Under the Member Support Program, Cornerstone Credit Union will consider:
  • Extending flexible loan repayment options on loans and mortgages including an interest-only option for up to six months; or

  • A payment deferral option of up to three months. The balance of these payments will be added to the end of the loan or mortgage current amortization.
Individuals, farms, or businesses facing hardship are encouraged to contact their Financial Advisor or call 1.855.875.2255.

Who should I talk to if I’m concerned about my investments, such as GICs or RRSPs?
We understand your concerns and are here to help. Please call us at 1.855.875.2255; or fill in the form on our COVID-19 page and a Financial Advisor will be in touch to answer your questions and discuss your best options.

Can you remove holds on my cheque deposits (whether through the ATM or Deposit Anywhere)?
Holds are placed on cheques for your safety to reduce the risk of fraudulent transactions. To find out how long the hold is and to inquire about lifting the hold, call our Contact Centre at 1.855.875.2255.

If you are regularly receiving a government or employer cheque, consider automatic direct deposit to avoid holds.

Can you change the $ deposit limit maximum for Deposit Anywhere transactions?
It is possible, please call our Contact Centre at 1.855.875.2255 and an Advisor can review your deposit limits.

How can I cash my cheque?
Deposit your cheque through the ATM or through Deposit Anywhere in the mobile app.  

Please note: Most businesses are not accepting cash as payment, so it is best to have a debit card for purchases.

How can I deposit my Pension or Government cheque?
There are a few options:
  1. The Government of Canada is asking everyone to sign up for direct deposit with Canada Revenue Agency. You can now sign up for CRA Direct Deposit through Online Banking.
  2. Deposit your cheque through one of our electronic channels such as ATM or Deposit Anywhere in the mobile app.
  3. Place them in our Night Depository, where available. Include your name and account number. These will be processed regularly throughout the day.
How can I deposit my USD cheque?
Place them in our Night Depository, where available. Include your name and account number. These will be processed regularly throughout the day.

Where are Cornerstone’s Night Depositories located?
  • Yorkton (located at the Drive-thru ATM – will only fit an envelope without key access)
  • Tisdale
  • Wynyard
  • Rose Valley
  • Kelliher
  • Ituna
  • Theodore
I don’t have a debit card – what do I do?
Call our Contact Centre at 1.855.875.2255, and we will make arrangements to get you a debit card.

I pay my bills in-branch - How can I pay my bills now?
There are a few options:
  1. You are encouraged to sign up for auto withdrawal from SaskPower, SaskEnergy, SaskTel, SaskTel Mobility, etc.
  2. Pay bills through Online banking or Mobile Banking. If you do not have access to online or mobile banking, contact our Contact Centre to get set up.
  3. Call our Contact Centre and we can process bill payments over the phone.
  4. Place them in our Night Depository, where available. Include your name and account number, along with the bill stub. These will be processed regularly throughout the day.
Is my money secure?
Deposits held in Saskatchewan credit unions are fully guaranteed. There is no limit to the size of deposit covered by the guarantee – whether $1 or $1,000,000 or more, all deposits are fully guaranteed.

The Corporation’s system of deposit protection, including preventive approaches, strong levels of credit union capital and a strong guarantee fund ensure even the largest deposits are fully guaranteed.

In the history of the Corporation, no one has ever lost a dollar deposited in a Saskatchewan credit union.

How can I protect myself from scams related to COVID-19?
During this time, it is important to be vigilant against those seeking to commit fraud. We will never send you unsolicited emails asking for confidential information, such as your password, PIN, access code, credit card, or account numbers. Please do not respond to unsolicited e-mails, text messages, websites, or pop-up windows that request this type of information. We also remind you not to open attachments or click hyperlinks in emails or text messages that are sent by someone you do not recognize.

Our Member Support Program Expand/Collapse

If you’re facing financial challenges as a result of COVID-19 or the economic downturn, we’re here to help you with our Member Support Program.

As of March 19, Cornerstone has made a commitment to work with personal, farm, and business members on a case-by-case basis to provide flexible solutions to help members manage through challenges such as pay disruption due to COVID-19; childcare disruption due to school closures; or those facing illness from COVID-19.

Under the Member Support Program, Cornerstone Credit Union will consider:
  • Extending flexible loan repayment options on loans and mortgages including an interest-only option for up to 6 months; or
  • A payment deferral option of up to 3 months.
The balance of these payments will be added to the end of the loan or mortgage current amortization.

Individual members, farms, or businesses facing hardship are encouraged to contact their Financial Advisor directly or call our Contact Centre at 1.855.875.2255 to discuss options that could be available to you.

CRA Direct Deposit Expand/Collapse

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Manage your Canada Revenue Agency direct deposit information through Cornerstone Credit Union!

Applying for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit? Sign up for direct deposit now to ensure your benefit payments arrive sooner!

We can help you sign up for direct deposit or update your direct deposit information with the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). We encourage you to use direct deposit to avoid any delays and receive your payments faster.

You can receive these CRA payments through direct deposit:

  • income tax refund
  • Canada child benefit
  • goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit
  • Canada workers benefit
  • related provincial and territorial payments
  • the new Canada Emergency Response Benefit

How to sign up for CRA Direct Deposit:
It’s safe, easy and only takes seconds to sign up.

  1. Sign in to Online Banking (using desktop or mobile banking. Currently not yet available on our App). 
  2. Click on Account Services on the left menu. 
  3. Click on "Setup CRA Direct Deposit"
  4. Follow the instructions to submit for CRA Direct Deposit.
Please click here for step by step instructions.


Please note, you must have 
filed a tax return with the CRA to be eligible to sign up for the CRA direct deposit service.

For more information and frequently asked questions, click here.

Step by Step Guides on How to Bank from Home Expand/Collapse

We still want everyone to follow the health authority experts’ advice which is to continue social distancing and stay home whenever possible.  That means using alternate channels for banking services whenever possible. 

We’ve put together ‘how to’ videos and step by step guides on our alternate ways to bank so you can bank from home.

Not comfortable with Online channels? No problem! Just call us!

Our Contact Centre Advisors can assist you with everything from basic transactions, like paying bills over the phone, to advisory services like loans, mortgages, and financial advice.

We encourage you to continue to call us first to determine if your needs can be met over the phone, or through an alternate channel.

Other Options Available to You

  • ATMs & Night Deposit – use our ATMs to deposit your cheque; or you can utilize our Night Depository (where available) for deposits and/or bill payments. Just place your deposit and/or bill payment stub in an envelope with instructions (be sure to include your name) and drop it in the depository. Please be safe when using the ATMs and Night Depository – here’s a link with safety tips.
  • Email Us- we can help you with your request. Email contactcentre@cornerstonecu.com and we will get back to you in a timely manner.
  • We Can Contact You- Visit our COVID-19 page and complete the form for us to contact you.
  • Call / Text / Email Your Financial Advisor. Please note - our Financial Advisors are also experiencing a high number of calls. Please be patient as they work hard to return all members' calls.

Support Programs Available to Canadians Expand/Collapse

The impact COVID-19 has placed on both individuals and businesses is significant as it has a direct impact on business closures, individual employment and additional stress on individual and family finances.  The federal and provincial government has taken action to announce additional support available to Canadians to assist through this time of need. Here is an overview of some of the support programs that are available along with direct links for more information. 
 
FOR INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES, SENIORS & STUDENTS:

Job Protected Leave – Additional support has been available to ensure employees can access unpaid public health emergency leave; removal of the requirement to have 13 consecutive weeks of employment prior to accessing sick leave and removal of the provision requiring a doctor’s note or certificate.

Self-Isolation Support Program – This program is targeted to those that are required to self-isolate and are not currently covered by the recently federally announced employment programs and other supports.  Administered by the Ministry of Finance, this program will provide $450 per week, for a maximum of two weeks or $900.  View the website for more details on eligibility.

Student Loan Repayments - Effective immediately, a six-month student loan repayment moratorium has been put in place.  This provides individuals with student loans immediate relief.   Payments will be paused and no interest will accrue until September 30, 2020.

Canada Emergency Student Benefit – the Federal Government announced $9 billion in financial aid for post-secondary students.  Students will be eligible for $1,250 a month from May through August.  That sum can increase to $1,750 if the student is taking care of someone or has a disability.  The benefit is available also to students who have jobs but are making less than $1,000 per month.

Other support measures for students include:

  • Raising the maximum weekly amount that can be provided through the Canada student loans program in 2020-2021 to $350 from $210.
  • More than $75 million in additional supports for indigenous post-secondary students.
  • Another $291 million for federal granting councils to extend expiring federal graduate research scholarships and post-doctoral fellowships and supplement existing federal research grants.
  • The Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) is available to students and anyone else who made at least $5,000 in the last year, but only if they had been working and lost their source of income when COVID-19 struck.

Employment Insurance – provides benefits to individuals who lose their jobs to no fault of their own and are unable to find a job, despite being able to work.

Employment Insurance Sickness Benefits – the Government of Canada announced new employment insurance benefits for those who are sick or quarantined as a result of COVID-19.  The waiting period to receive these benefits have been waived and people claiming as a result of COVID-19 do not have to provide a medical certificate.

Work Sharing – The Work Sharing program applies to individuals who have agreed to reduce normal working hours because of your employer’s efforts to curb the impact of COVID-19.  Work sharing agreements have been extended to a total of 76 weeks and the mandatory waiting period has been waived.

Enhanced Child Care Benefit (CCB) – if you are entitled to the Canada Child Care Benefit, you will see the payments increase by $300 per child for the 2019-20 year. This benefit will be delivered as part of the scheduled CCB payment in May.  

Canada Emergency Response Benefit – a taxable benefit of $2,000 a month for up to 4 months if you don’t qualify for Employment Insurance. Applications will begin in April; you may qualify if you are one of the following:

  • Self-employed, quarantined, or sick with COVID-19
  • Self-employed and caring for a family member who is sick with COVID-19
  • A parent of children who cannot work due to school or daycare closures

Goods and Services Tax Credit – A proposed one-time special payment in early May for low-and modest-income families, who may require additional help with their finances, through the Goods and Services Tax Credit (GSTC). This will double the maximum annual GSTC payment amounts for the 2019-20 benefit year. Single individuals will receive close to $400, and almost $600 for couples benefiting from this measure.

Registered Retirement Income Funds (RRIF) Withdrawals – Minimum withdrawals from RRIFs have been reduced by 25% for the 2020 year.  Similar rules apply to individuals receiving variable benefit payments under a defined contribution Registered Pension Plan.

Personal Income Tax Filing - In order to provide greater flexibility to Canadians who may be experiencing hardships during the COVID-19 outbreak, the Canada Revenue Agency will defer the filing due date for the 2019 tax returns of individuals, including certain trusts.

For individuals (other than trusts), the return filing due date will be deferred until June 1, 2020.  However, the Agency encourages individuals who expect to receive benefits under the GSTC or the Canada Child Benefit not to delay the filing of their return to ensure their entitlements for the 2020-21 benefit year are properly determined.

For trusts having a taxation year ending on December 31, 2019, the return filing due date will be deferred until May 1, 2020.

The Canada Revenue Agency will allow all taxpayers to defer, until after August 31, 2020, the payment of any income tax amounts that become owing on or after today and before September 2020. This relief would apply to tax balances due, as well as instalments, under Part I of the Income Tax Act. No interest or penalties will accumulate on these amounts during this period.

Utility Payments - Saskatchewan Crown Corporations that operate utilities in the province will offer a zero-interest deferral on all utility payments for a period of 6 months.

  Sasktel
  SaskPower
  SaskEnergy

FOR BUSINESSES:

Saskatchewan Business Response Team - The Government of Saskatchewan has launched a Business Response Team to support businesses in the province dealing with the economic challenges resulting from COVID-19. The Business Response Team, led by the Ministry of Trade and Export Development, will work with businesses to identify program supports available to them both provincially and federally. An email address and toll-free telephone number have been created to provide businesses a single point of contact to help answer questions. A single window information webpage has also been developed for businesses to access information and receive timely updates on provincial support initiatives. The webpage includes information on both provincial and federal support measures, including the province’s recently announced financial support program. For more information, businesses can contact the Business Response Team by calling 1-844-800-8688, emailing supportforbusiness@gov.sk.ca or by visiting www.saskatchewan.ca/covid19-businesses.

Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment (SSBEP)
Saskatchewan businesses will receive additional provincial support to help deal with COVID-19 challenges through the new Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment (SSBEP). This $50 million program will provide financial support to businesses that have had to close or significantly curtail operations as a result of government public health orders related to COVID-19 pandemic.  This is a one-time grant available; grants will be paid based on 15% of a business’ monthly sales revenue, to a maximum of $5,000. 

To be eligible for the SSBEP, a business must:
  • have been fully operational on February 29, 2020;
  • have ceased or curtailed operations as a result of the COVID-19 public health order;
  • have less than 500 employees; and
  • commit to reopen business operations following the cancellation of the COVID-19 public health order.
Further details and applications will be available on April 13.  More information can be found here.

Canada Emergency Business Account (CEBA) - The new Canada Emergency Business Account will provide interest-free loans of up to $40,000 to small businesses and not-for-profits, to help cover operating costs during a period where their revenues have been temporarily reduced.  To qualify, these organizations will need to demonstrate they paid between $20,000 and $1 million in total payroll in 2019.  If the loan is paid in full by December 2022, 25% of the loan will be forgiven, to a maximum of $10,000.  This program was announced on March 27th, and the government has committed more details on the program will follow in the next three weeks.  Contact your Advisor or your financial institution for more details. Please note, financial institutions are also still waiting for more details to be able to provide support to our Business members.

Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA)
- The CECRA assistance program is intended to lower rent by 75% for small businesses that have been affected by COVID-19. The program will provide forgivable loans to qualifying commercial property owners to cover 50% of three-monthly rent payments that are payable by eligible small business tenants who are experiencing financial hardship during April, May and June 2020.

The loans will be forgiven if the mortgaged property owner agrees to reduce the small business tenants’ rent by at least 75% under a rent forgiveness agreement, which will include a term not to evict the tenant while the agreement is in place.  The small business tenant would cover the remainder, up to 25% of the rent.  Impacted small business tenants are businesses paying less than $50,000 per month in rent and who have temporarily ceased operations or have experienced at least a a70% drop in pre-COVID revenues.  This support will also be available to non-profit and charitable organizations.  CECRA will be operational by mid-May; more details about the program are yet to be released.

Business Credit Availability Program (BCAP) - The Government of Canada has established a Business Credit Availability Progrm (BCAP) to provide a $65 billion in additional support through the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) and Export Development Canada (EDC).  In addition, there will be additional credit solutions offered for individual businesses, specifically businesses that operate in the oil and gas, air transportation and tourism sectors.

Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy - The Government of Canada announced the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy which will provide up to a 75% wage subsidy for qualifying businesses, for up to 3 months.  The program would be in place for a 12- week period, from March 15 to June 6, 2020.  To be eligible for the subsidy, businesses and not-for-profit organizations have to experience a decrease in revenues of at least 30% due to COVID-19. For qualifying companies, the government will cover up to 75% of a salary on the first $58,700 which could result in payments of up to $847 per week. This will help businesses to keep and return workers to the payroll.  Applications will be completed through the Canada Revenue Agency online portal.

For organizations that do not qualify for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy may qualify for the previously announced wage subsidy of 10% remuneration paid from March 18 to June 20, up to a maximum subsidy of $11,375 per employee and $25,000 per employer.

For more info and how to apply, click here.

Business Income Tax Filing - The Canada Revenue Agency will allow all businesses to defer, until after August 31, 2020, the payment of any income tax amounts that become owing on or after today and before September 2020.  This relief would apply to tax balances due, as well as instalments, under Part 1 of the Income Tax Act.  No interest or penalties will accumulate on these amounts during this period.

The Canada Revenue Agency will not contact any small or medium (SME) businesses to initiate any post assessment GST/HST or Income Tax audits for the next four weeks.  For the vast majority of businesses, the Canada Revenue Agency will temporarily suspend audit interaction with taxpayers and representatives.

Three Month PST Remittance Deferral and Audit Suspension - Effective immediately, Saskatchewan businesses who are unable to remit their PST due to cashflow concerns will have relief from penalty and interest charges. Over the course of three-months; government estimates a potential deferral of up to $750 million in PST collections. Businesses that are unable to file their provincial tax return(s) by the due date may submit a request for relief from penalty and interest charges on the return(s) affected.

Audit programs and compliance activities have been suspended to allow businesses time to focus on the health and safety of their customers and staff, reduce impacts to their business operations, and minimize the spread of the virus through reduced audit travel.

Canadian Small Business Financing Program (CSBFP) - There are flexibilities available under the Canada Small Business Financing Program (CSBFP) to help new and existing program borrowers who may be struggling financially during this time.  These options, available for both new and existing loans, may help alleviate the financial burden on small business borrowers by decreasing and/or deferring their loan payments. 

- Lenders are permitted to extend the amortization period of loans registered with the CSBFP. For instance, an equipment and leasehold improvement loan initially approved for 7 years can be amortized over a longer period. The lender may choose a 10-year amortization matching the maximum 10 year government coverage period; they may also choose to amortize the loan for a longer period (e.g., 15-20 years) beyond the government coverage period.  At the expiry of the 10-year government coverage period, a balloon payment could be made or the outstanding balance could be converted to a conventional loan.

- Lenders can also decide to defer interest and principal payments by up to a year for loans registered with the CSBFP. As per section 10(5) of the Canada Small Business Financing Regulations, borrowers are only required to make one principal and interest payment every 12 months. This option to defer payments may provide some financial relief to small businesses that are experiencing temporary financial difficulties.

More information on these options can be found in sections 6 and 11 of the CSBFP Guidelines: https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/csbfp-pfpec.nsf/eng/h_la03133.html.


Additional information:
For more details, please visit the following sites:
  Government of Canada COVID-19 Economic Response Plan

  Government of Saskatchewan Support

  MNP

 

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