City of Edmonton:
Return to Workplace is a resource section within the Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations COVID-19 page on how to safely and effectively plan your team's return to the workplace.
Government of Alberta:
August 23 Update: Next application intake: September 16 to December 31, 2021. The Alberta Jobs Now program will provide up to $370 million to private sector businesses and non-profit organizations across all industries to reduce the costs of hiring and training unemployed or underemployed Albertans. Employers will be able to apply for a grant that covers 25 per cent of an employee’s salary for a 52-week period up to a maximum of $25,000 per employee. The grant can be used to cover salary or training costs. Employers who hire persons with disabilities will receive a grant 1.5 times higher than the amount they receive for other new employees.
Government of Canada:
- Canada Government - Economic Response Plan, financial support
- Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy provides benefits directly to qualifying renters and property owners, without requiring the participation of landlords. The new rent subsidy would be available retroactive to September 27, 2020, until June 2021. This program is available until October 23.
- Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy - program extended to October 23.