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Welcome to Community Futures Stuart Nechako

Community Futures organizations are independent, locally run and guided by volunteer boards. They actively support community-based economic development with a range of products and services aimed at creating diverse, sustainable rural communities.

We specialize in startup loans and expansion loans for small businesses that the banks won’t help. We also offer business services and advice for startups, entrepreneurs, and other small businesses.

Additionally, we offer business courses that you can register for by clicking the link below:

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This should be a great watch folks. Happening at 1. Need to registerTODAY at 1pm PT, Greater Vancouver Board of Trade is hosting a free webinar to help you figure out if your business will qualify for government funding and where to access services.

Register free: www.boardoftrade.com/events/individual-events/1779-6559
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We know there are a lot of questions out there. Tune in for this webinarDo you have any HR and employment questions regarding COVID-19 you need answers to? Join our Digital Meetup on Tuesday March 31 as we speak to Natasha!

Register now: zoom.us/webinar/register/9315851714426/WN_dDWUoEHrTHSD3jUpscej1Q
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This is really something to take seriously folks.Small businesses are the backbone of our community, giving back whenever and wherever they can. If you’re in a position to do so, consider giving back to them during this time of need ...

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic our offices will be closed to the public until further notice. Clients and the public will be served by telephone and online. Client requests that require in person interviews will be available by appointment only.

If calling is your only option Graham Stanley can be reached at 250-570-7434.

We appreciate your cooperation in these difficult times and we will be working to ensure our economy rebounds after this situation has been resolved...

Please stay safe and healthy.

Graham
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Sorry about the number of posts folks.......I still see a number of things floating around out there with respect to our Small Business Owners who are not eligible for EI and wanted to share this with you. In order to keep the message simply I am just copying the portion of the post that applies.

Emergency Support Benefit - for those who don't qualify for EI
COMING IN APRIL 2020 - The Emergency Care Benefit provides up to $900 every two weeks for up to 15 weeks, to those affected by COVID-19. It's intended for those who don't qualify for EI, can't go to work and don't have paid sick leave.

Workers — including the self-employed — who are quarantined or sick with COVID-19 can apply, as can those staying home to take care of a family member with COVID-19 who doesn't qualify. Parents staying home to care for children because of school closures are also covered, and can apply whether or not they qualify for EI.

Once operating a toll-free line will be set up and information will be available via www.canada.ca/…/e-services…/account-individuals.html and www.canada.ca/…/employment…/services/my-account.html
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