You can find up-to-date information on COVID-19 alert levels by zone by visiting the External link opens in new tab or windowGNB Website here.


Click External link opens in new tab or windowhere to view all the updated guidelines now in effect under the province's External link opens in new tab or windowCOVID-19 Recovery Plan.


Click External link opens in new tab or windowhere to view Opportunities NB's "Guide for Businesses: Provincial and Federal Relief Measures".


Click External link opens in new tab or windowhere to view WorkSafeNB's "COVID-19: What You Need to Know".


Click External link opens in new tab or windowhere to view the Government of New Brunswick's COVID-19 General Information Page.

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Worksafe NB: External link opens in new tab or windowEmbracing the New Normal *Updated*



Latest Updates from the Government of New Brunswick


Election day for the municipal council, district education council and regional health authority board elections is Monday, May 10, with the exception of voters living in the Edmundston-Madawaska region who will vote later this month. Polling stations will be open from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m.
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Government of New Brunswick Loans/Programs


Small Business Recovery Grant (ONB)

Eligible small businesses and employers in New Brunswick who have been impacted by COVID-19 are now able to apply for relief to the provincial government via a one-time grant.


For grant details and eligibility requirements, check out Opportunities New Brunswick's External link opens in new tab or windowFAQs and External link opens in new tab or windowapplication checklist.

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External link opens in new tab or windowSmall Business Emergency Working Capital Support Program


For a list of all financial relief available to businesses in New Brunswick, click External link opens in new tab or windowhere.


Government of Canada Loans/Business Relief Programs


External link opens in new tab or windowCanada Emergency Response Benefit

*The CERB has ended, however, The CRA is continuing to accept and process retroactive applications until December 2, 2020.


External link opens in new tab or windowCanada Emergency Wage Subsidy


External link opens in new tab or windowCanada Emergency Rent Subsidy


External link opens in new tab or windowRegional Relief and Recovery Fund





Re-Opening & Recovery of New Brunswick - A Guide for Businesses & Organizations


To help facilitate the reopening process, External link opens in new tab or windowThe Saint John Region Chamber, External link opens in new tab or windowChamber of Commerce Greater Moncton / Chambre de Commerce Grand Moncton. and the External link opens in new tab or windowFredericton Chamber of Commerce, have published a Reopening and Recovery Guide for NB Businesses and Organizations.


Here is the link to the full guide: External link opens in new tab or windowhttps://bit.ly/2Wv7fmQ




Risk-informed decision-making during COVID-19 global outbreak is critical in your decision-making process.  It is important for everyone to follow the advice of medical experts and elected officials in order to minimize the impact of this virus.  We know that this situation will cause hardships for many, including our members.  The Chamber will continuously advocate to representatives across all three levels of government on your behalf in order to mitigate the damage being done to the business community.  Continue to check this page for the latest updates for businesses regarding the pandemic.

 

External link opens in new tab or windowPandemic Preparedness Guide