Ottawa’s wage subsidy funds to reach businesses in six weeks

Ottawa's wage subsidy funds to reach businesses in six weeks 1

 

Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the wage subsidy's intent is to allow impacted employers to keep employees attached to their business.

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19 Comments on "Ottawa’s wage subsidy funds to reach businesses in six weeks"

  1. Where’s my help? My previous EI claim is gonna expire soon and my industry is shut right down.

  2. I don’t believe a word and of the Libranos say.

  3. nice content I loved it

  4. awesome content

  5. Sounds all great what they say but don’t worry they’re not going to deliver on anything… Maybe it’s just me but I don’t believe in anything this government says I’m just preparing myself ..

  6. Tell me lies sweet little lies…….

  7. Business in Ontario and Quebec

    • Lois Hirst Both provinces ATTACKED small business and destroyed the hospitality industry
      Never coming back

  8. Bombardier and bourgeoise class will be thrilled .

  9. They’ll have loaded into their gulag before you all get squat.most corrupt govt in Canadian history don’t give them anything until they get the f out.

  10. Dave Mackenzie | April 1, 2020 at 7:03 PM | Reply

    So pay your employees for the next 6 weeks and wait by the mailbox! If you own a business and you had enough money to cover payroll for even a month who makes %25 margins? How about you stop digging into our pockets for income tax till this is over? That way owners of businesses can take there remittances and spread them through their companies!

  11. Noel Geollegue | April 1, 2020 at 7:05 PM | Reply

    Thought I don’t agree with what Bill Morneau said, I think he is the only one in the government that has a brain. All other is useless can’t even answer very specific questions.

  12. Recovery will depend on how fast demands for goods and services recover, NOT on whether or not employees are attached to businesses. 1. The economy plummeted because of reduced demands due to restricted travels and fears of infection, NOT because employees were laid off. Think logically, which came first, the chicken or the egg? 2. Employers and employees do not forget each other, they can easily reestablish contacts once the pandemic is over. If either can find new opportunities before that, it’s even better. 3. Artificially keeping employees connected to their jobs would reduce competition, which may hinder the economy from reaching a new balance quickly. Once the pandemic is over, not everything will go back to the way it was, a new balance would have to be established, which means businesses and workers must be free to compete.

  13. Bernie Hughes | April 1, 2020 at 11:26 PM | Reply

    We trust govt with our lives? They always late short and has to be paid back unlike corporations?

  14. This will not work, way off on this “help”

  15. have u seen governments faces they are panicking , they have no idea what to do except how to attack working class with our own tax dollars be afraid of this more than covid19

  16. Didn’t answer a single question

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