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The Re-Skill Saskatchewan Training Subsidy (RSTS) program is a new, temporary program that provides businesses with the financial support to train employees as the province emerges from the pandemic and economic recovery. This program supports eligible Saskatchewan employers to access financial supports for employer-driven, short term training programs for their employees.
The new Accelerated Site Closure Program will utilize $400 million in federal funding for the abandonment and reclamation of inactive oil and gas wells and facilities, and support over 2,100 full-time equivalent jobs in the industry over the next two years.
The Government of Canada has announced a number of measures to support Canadian businesses facing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Proof of Vaccination – Information for Businesses
SaskJobs – Employer Services
Guidance for Employers of Temporary Foreign Workers – Compliance Information
Pandemic resources for various industries – Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCHOS)
Pandemic Guidance for Higher-Risk and Essential Occupations and Industries – CCOHS
WCB Information for Employers on COVID-19
Support for Entrepreneurs – BDC
Business Continuity Plan and Templates for Entrepreneurs – BDC
Tools and Templates for Emergency Preparedness – CFIB
Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce – Resources
Canada-Saskatchewan Job Grant
SaskJobs/National Job Bank
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