FINANCIAL RESOURCES

Financial Resources

June 30, 200

Find financial help during COVID-19 

 

FEDERAL:  

 

Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB): $500 per week for up to 24 weeks for certain people who have stopped working 

 

Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB):  assists students or recent graduates with a $1,250 monthly grant, or $1,750 for those with disabilities or those with dependents (maximum period is May to August 2020)  

 

Canada Student Service Grant : one-time payment of between $1,000 and $5,000 for students who engage in approved volunteer activities (maximum period is June 25 to October 31, 2020) 

 

Indigenous Community Support Fund: includes support for Elders and other community members, measures to address food insecurity, educational support for children, mental health assistance, and help preventing spread of COVID-19 

 

Canada child benefit (CCB): extra $300 per child, one time only, for the 2019-20 year (July 2019 to June 2020)   

 

Goods and Services Tax Credit: one-time special payment (average amount of close to $400 for individuals and $600 for couples) for low- and modest-income individuals and families 

 

Old Age Security (OAS)/Guaranteed Income Supplement: (GIS)/Allowance/Allowance for the Survivor: One-time payment of $300 for seniors eligible for OAS, with an additional $200 provided for seniors eligible for GIS and $500 for those receiving the Allowance or Allowance for the Survivor   

 

Disability Tax Credit (DTC): individuals in receipt of DTC will receive a one-time, tax-free payment of $600, while those in receipt of DTC who are eligible for OAS will receive an extra $300, and those in receipt of DTC, OAS and GIS will receive an extra $100 

 

Registered Retirement Income Fund: required minimum withdrawal reduced by 25 per cent for 2020 
 

Student Loan Repayment and Interest Suspension: repayments and interest suspended until September 30, 2020 

 

Canada Student Loan Programs: more students to qualify for support and be eligible for greater amounts 
 

Canada Student Loans – COVID-19:  increase of up to $6,000 for full-time students, increase to $3,600 for part time students and doubling of grants for Canada Student Grant for Students with Permanent Disabilities  and Students with Dependants   

Financial Resources

April 16, 2020

Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre-Covid-19

Credit Counselling Canada
 

Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan
 

Financial & Employment Support
 

Grants, Incentives & Rebates
 

Labour Council Toronto & York Region
 

The COVID-19 outbreak and your investments

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Jan 14, 2021

We are keen to gather insights on existing hiring practices and employer attitudes towards newcomer talent, so are looking to engage 2 sectoral experts with extensive experience and industry connections in two sectors as below: 

  • Mental Health / Psychotherapist / Clinical Research

  • Engineering (civil, chemical, mechanical etc.) or IT with Project Managemen

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Jan 13, 2021

Setting SMART career goals is one of the keys to a successful professional life! Join us and gain more knowledge about building a successful career. Please connect with Paula at p.jackson@jobstart.org /(416) 231-2295  Ext 4240.  Also check us out https://www.jobstart.org/ypp

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Jan 13, 2021

What the “Canadian experience” barrier looks like

  • How requiring "Canadian experience" can be discrimination under the Ontario Human Rights

  • Other ways one might face racial discrimination when trying to get a job

  • What employers and regulatory bodies should do differently

  • What you can do if you face a "Canadian experience" requirement or other racial discrimination

Register on Eventbrite: https://removingcanadianexperiencebarrierworkshop.eventbrite.ca
For more information please contact:
Hasita Shah on 416- 231-2295 ext. 6251 or h.shah@jobstart.org

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Jan 08, 2021

Unlock new opportunities with JobStart's Youth Possibilities Project! We offer an informative workshops series and one-on-one job development support. Please see flyer for more details & contact Paula at p.jackson@jobstart.org or (416) 231-2295  Ext 4240.

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Jan 08, 2021

Pleasure to share that our YPP clients feel prepared and confident to advance their career after our pre-employment workshop series! To learn more about our workshops and paid placement opportunities, please contact Paula at p.jackson@jobstart.org or (416) 231-2295  Ext 4240.

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Jan 05, 2021

Unlock new opportunities with JobStart's Youth Possibilities Project! We offer an informative workshops series and one-on-one job development support. Please see flyer for more details & contact Paula at p.jackson@jobstart.org or (416) 231-2295  Ext 4240.

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