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Today, the Ontario government announced it would increase the amount of money given out by the Ontario Small Business Support Grant.

Small businesses who are eligible for the grant will now receive two equal payments of $20,000, totalling $40,000.

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The City of Toronto is billing the owner of Adamson Barbecue for the amount of money it cost them to close his restaurant and keep it closed.

The city reportedly sent owner Adam Skelly an invoice for $187,030.56 after he defied public health orders and opened his restaurant to dine-in customers in November 2020.

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If you’ve been caring for a child under 12 during the COVID-19 pandemic, you could be eligible for the Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit (CRCB).

It’s there to support parents who continue to be affected by school shutdowns and remote learning, as well as those who need to stay at home due to daycare closures.

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As of today, Friday, December 19, the B.C. Recovery Benefit is open for applications.

Kicking off at 8:30 a.m. local time, residents can apply for a one-time, tax-free payment of up to $500 for individuals or $1,000 for families and single parents.

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If you claimed the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB) earlier this year, you may need to start saving for tax time. That’s the message coming from some experts this week, as they remind Canadians that CERB payments are taxable. 

It’s almost December, which means the new year is almost on the horizon.

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