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$5,000 COVID Relief Grants for your small business - a reimbursement covering e-commerce and PPE expenditures

Port McNeill, B.C. - Nationwide, Chambers of Commerce are working together on federal relief programs. A new Grant program called the Canada United Small Business Relief Fund will be accepting applications starting on August 31, 2020. 


Successful applicants will receive a relief grant of up to $5,000. Here is a quick link to the eligibility requirements:

Note that you must have already spent money on e-commerce or PPE or room dividers/plexi-glass, and provide receipts to prove that in order to be eligible.


If awarded, a relief grant can be used to cover the following expenses:

  • Purchasing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as masks, face shields, and latex gloves.

  • Renovating physical space to adhere to local, Provincial or Federal reopening guidelines.

  • Developing or improving e-commerce capabilities for your business.


Learn more about the program and eligibility criteria at




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