CFIB is dedicated to supporting you and your business throughout the COVID-19 crisis and the recovery of the economy. Here, you’ll find support for your business and learn how we're pushing government for better relief measures on your behalf.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Learn more about keeping your business open and developing a plan for dealing with COVID-19.
Get more information on financial aid programs such as CEBA, CERS, CEWS, work-sharing programs and more.
Familiarize yourself with best practices for managing your employees and keeping them safe.
Our 2021 Business Operations Guide addresses your most pressing concerns and is customized to your province's specific regulations. It contains:
- Updates on relief programs
- Posters and templates, including a/an:
- Operational plan
- Compliance checklist
- 'We're Open' poster
- Best practices for your business
- Answers to your most frequently asked questions
- And much more
Access to PPE (personal protective equipment) is one of independent business owners’ top concerns as governments look to reopen the economy. That’s why we created a Facebook group to connect business owners buying and selling PPE. (Don’t have a Facebook account? Email us at [email protected] for support.)
Some provinces are also making information about accessing PPE available. We’ve compiled links you can use to find more suppliers in your province.
Our government pressure is leading to greater relief
We are using our members feedback to push policy makers at all levels of government to provide economic relief measures for small businesses during the COVID-19 crisis. See current relief measures and find out what else we're fighting to get by jurisdiction below. Learn more about how we’re fighting for better federal relief.
We know your business needs more help from government if it's going to survive the COVID-19 pandemic. Sign our petition to join CFIB and business owners across Canada in the fight for greater relief.
We're regularly surveying our members on the impact of COVID-19 on their business—and using the data to put more pressure on governments for greater relief measures.