CALGARY — Enterprise teams say pandemic restoration must be the newly re-elected Liberal authorities’s prime precedence.
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce says politicians should ‘get again to work’ after Monday’s election. It says the issues that confronted small companies previous to the marketing campaign are actually extra pressing as a result of fourth wave of COVID-19.
The Chamber needs focused help for hard-hit industries like tourism and hospitality. It needs the Trudeau minority authorities to increase wage subsidy and lease reduction packages for companies nonetheless affected by pandemic-related restrictions.
The meals service business is asking for partial debt reduction forgovernment-backed loans. Eating places Canada says eight out of 10 meals service operators have taken on debt as a result of COVID-19 disaster.
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Eating places Canada additionally needs assist addressing an ongoing labour scarcity made worse by COVID-19. It needs immigration packages expanded to assist eating places fill job vacancies.
The Liberal Celebration promised throughout the marketing campaign to increase the Canada Restoration Hiring Program. This system is supposed to assist employers with re-opening by offsetting the prices of hiring extra employees or rising wages.
This report by The Canadian Press was first printed September 21, 2021.
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