OTTAWA, April 8, 2020 -- Today, the Government of Canada announced additional steps to support students and recent graduates during the COVID-19 crisis. The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations (CASA) appreciates today’s announcement, but recognizes it will not help all students dealing with employment or financial hardship due to COVID-19. Today’s announcement makes several much-needed alterations to the Canada Summer Jobs program, including an increase to the employer wage subsidy and the allowance of part-time work.
The Canadian Alliance of Student Associations knows how difficult COVID-19 is making life for students and recent graduates. As schools and businesses across Canada close for the foreseeable future, we have developed this list of resources for students and recent graduates seeking relief and information:
OTTAWA, March 18, 2020 -- Today, the federal government unveiled its economic stimulus package to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. While COVID-19 is spreading, impacting the economy, and changing how students are completing their studies all across the country, the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations is pleased that today’s announcement includes relief for students and recent graduates entering into a tough economy
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