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COVID-19 Updates and Resources
While many Canadians have seen their jobs come back and have returned to work since the start of the pandemic, the Government of Canada recognizes that there remain others that have been particularly hit hard who continue to need support.
The new Benefits would provide income support to Canadians while promoting economic recovery by introducing measures that encourage people to safely return to work. Specifically, the legislation includes:
More detailed eligibility criteria can be found online.
Canadians will be able to apply for the CRB, CRSB, and CRCB through the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) for one year up until September 25, 2021.
GIS & Allowance: We are temporarily extending GIS and Allowance payments if seniors’ 2019 income information has not been assessed.
This will ensure that the most vulnerable seniors continue to receive their benefits when they need them the most. To avoid an interruption in benefits, seniors are encouraged to submit their 2019 income information as soon as possible and no later than by October 1, 2020.
Registered Retirement Income Funds: We reduced the required minimum withdrawals from Registered Retirement Income Funds (RRIFs) by 25 % for 2020.
Here’s a useful guide about improving mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.