Last updated: May 17, 2022
The Canadian and Albertan governments have released their plans to protect the economy and those impacted by COVID-19. Both governments are currently working on the initiatives below. We will be updating this page with links as more information regarding processes and applications as they are rolled out, so please check back regularly.
The federal government has created a short questionnaire to assist Canadians identify COVID-19 relief programs they may be eligible to receive. To take the questionnaire click HERE.
This program was an evolution of CERB for workers who were self-employed or were not eligible for Employment Insurance (EI) but still required income support. CRB provided $500/week for up to 26 weeks.
NOTE: Applications for this program are now closed. Click HERE for more information.
This program was an evolution of CERB for workers who were sick or had to self-isolate for reasons related to COVID-19. CRSB provided $500/week for up to two weeks.
NOTE: The CRSB ended on May 7, 2022. Click HERE for more information.
This program was an evolution of CERB for workers who could not work because they had to provide care to children or family members due to the closure of schools, day cares or care facilities. CRCB provided $500/week for up to 26 weeks per household.
For more information on the CRB, CRSB, and CRCB click HERE.
Click HERE for more information on programs proposed by the Federal Government
Click HERE for more information on programs proposed by the Provincial Government