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  1. All businesses, organizations, services, and organized gatherings operating during COVID-19 are required to have an operational plan in place to ensure the safety of employees, visitors, and customers. .Provincial government has provided an online template tha...
  2. Provides financial assistance to Island seed potato producers impacted by the pandemic. Expenses and financial losses eligible for funding include: Losses in revenue experienced from lost seed potato markets (i.e. seed potatoes sold at a lower value in anoth...
  3. Provides reimbursement up to $2500 for eligible advertising costs incurred by PEI businesses between November 15, 2020 through December 31, 2020. Eligible advertising activities include: Advertising placement costs in local, traditional media outlets (print, r...
  4. The Province of PEI provides free signage online that businesses can print out and post for their customers, visitors or workers. Includes information posters, notices and fact sheets for topics such as: Hand hygiene Physical distancing posters for various sit...
  5. Provides eligible small businesses with a loan of up to $100,000 to help maintain normal business operations during the COVID-19 crisis. Loans can be used to help with operating costs such as payroll, rent, utilities, etc. The details of the loans are as follo...
  6. Provides a $100 grocery gift card to employees who have been laid off as a result of the COVID-19 public health circuit breaker measures announced on December 6, 2020.Employers submit the application to government on behalf of their laid off employees.
  7. A variety of programs are available for businesses facing economic hardship because of COVID-19. Includes: Wage subsidies Business credits and interest free loans Commercial rent assistance Extension of current programs and deferral of select payments Programs...
  8. Provides repayable loans of up to $25,000 to assist applicants who own eligible fisheries operations in PEI. Loans can be used to cover the following types of non-deferrable business expenses: Payroll Rent Utilities Insurance Property tax Regularly scheduled d...
  9. Provides reimbursement to eligible PEI fish harvesters for interest incurred on term debts that were in place with their financial institutions on or before May 1, 2020 and who can demonstrate a 30% loss in revenue for the 2020 fishing season.Fish harvesters w...
  10. Provides assistance to PEI tourism operators by reimbursing interest expense related to term debt for every month that they demonstrate either: A minimum 30% decrease in tourism related revenues from PEI operations compared to the same month in the prior year;...