Some help is on the way. Despite the Prime Minister's announcement about supports for students, there are still a lot of unknowns. For the CESB, international students might not get the funding but other measures have been put into place to help during COVID-19.\nWith the Canada Emergency Student Benefit (CESB), eligible students can get $1,250 a month from May to August.\nIf someone takes care of another person or has a disability, it's $1,750 per month.\nHowever, there are questions surrounding just who is eligible to get that money.\nWhile the government hasn't set out the requirements, international students might not be included.\nAccording to CTV News, the office of employment minister Carla Qualtrough clarified that the funds from the benefit will only be available for Canadians studying here in Canada or completing post-secondary degrees abroad.\nSo, non-citizens like international students can't get money from the CESB.\nDespite that, there are other measures in place to help those students.\nThe federal government is removing the restriction on the number of hours international students can work.\nIt used to be that those students can only work a maximum of 20 hours a week while classes are going on.\nWith this change, that maximum doesn't apply if those students are working in an essential service like healthcare or the supply of food.\nView this post on Instagram Happy New Year & welcome back, #UofT! The new decade is being ushered in at #UofT with fun & informative events, from doughnut-decorating workshops to panel discussions about climate change. 🙌🎉💙 Hit the link in bio see our complete list of great events happening on campus in January to get your 2020 started right. 👍🗓 A post shared by University of Toronto (@uoft) on Jan 6, 2020 at 1:13pm PST\nThe government said that international students and their employees should consult Guidance on Essential Services and Functions in Canada during the COVID-19 Outbreak put out by Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Canada.\nThat will help them figure out if the student is doing a job that would let them work more than 20 hours a week during the pandemic.\nAlso, this rule change is temporary and is only in place until August 31.\nView this post on Instagram 📷🏞😎 #ubco #blueskies #beautifulbritishcolumbia A post shared by UBC Okanagan (@ubc_okanagan) on Jul 12, 2019 at 10:26am PDT\nAlong with the benefit Justin Trudeau announced on April 22 and the help for international students, there are other measures in place.\n"For today, for the summer, for next year, we're going to be there for you," he said.\n76,000 jobs for young people will be created in sectors that need help or are on the frontlines right now.\nEducation grants given out by the federal government for the 2020-2021 school year will be doubled.\nStudents volunteering over the summer to help the fight against COVID-19 could get $1,000 to $5,000 as part of the Canada Student Service Grant.\nAccording to the government, more specific details about help for young learners will be coming soon.