Northern Rockies Regional Municipality

COVID-19 Business Information

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General Resources
Assistance and Loan Programs
Industrial Camp Resources
Tourism Resources
Restaurant Specific
Accommodation Specific
Data and Collection
Business Related News & Media

General Resources

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Assistance and Loan Program

  • Financial help for Canadians affected by Covid-19

  • Small Business BC and the Provincial Government have created a document listing Supports of Business in B.C.  Covering topics such as: looking at ways to pivot your business operations, need help with taxes, need help paying your employees and need access to credit and financing.

  • BC Hydro: BC Hydro recognizes the financial impacts the COVID-19 pandemic is having on its customers. In order to support customers during this time, BC Hydro has created the COVID-19 Relief Fund to provide targeted bill relief for eligible residential and small business customers.

  • Worksafe BC postponed payments

  • Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (75%) online tool to help you evaluate criteria, calculate subsidy amount and steps to apply. 

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Industrial Camp Resources

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Tourism Resources

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Restaurant Specific

  • Restaurants Canada

  • class order was released from the Ministry of Health related to places at which food and/or drink are prepared and served

    1. Take Out or Delivery Only - Dine in services are prohibited. Customers may be on the premises only for the time it takes them to purchase and collect their purchase.

    2. Maintain sufficient space to allow for a distance of 2 metres between people. 

    3. No more than 50 people present on premises at one time. 

  • Questions specific to your place of business in the Northern Rockies may be directed to Robert Hanley, EHO Northern Health at Robert.Hanley@northernhealth.ca or (250) 774-8149.

  • Ensuring the recovery and resilience of Canada's food service sector - Webinar recording from Canadian Business Resilience Network, Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the Federal Government of Canada. 

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Accommodation Specific

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Data and Collection

  • Northern BC Tourism Association is surveying tourism related business operators and providing information to the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture daily.  If you are willing to be surveyed please contact Amber at amber@nbctourism.com.

  • BC Chamber of Commerce is collecting data from businesses and providing the results directly to the Province for consideration as government programs and decisions are made moving forward. The first Business Impact Survey was completed from March 13th – 18th. The data has been released in three themes:

  • The BC Chamber of Commerce expects to do a Pulse Check Survey every 2 weeks to continue to capture the ongoing situation and effects on businesses.

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Business Related News & Media 

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Municipal Services

 

Information for Residents

 

Health Resources

 

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