the weekly rennie bulletin: The Latest Canadian Economic Initiatives - May 22, 2020

The rennie intelligence team is as committed as ever to keeping you informed of how our evolving context is impacting our economy. With this in mind, the team is now publishing a weekly summary every Friday outlining the latest policy changes, financial market interventions, and other relevant actions aimed at supporting Canadians during these uncertain times.

In this week's issue:
In addition to broadening the eligibility for the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy program, Canada's federal government announced a number of new support programs over the past two weeks. These also include: the Large Employer Emergency Financing Facility, grants for fish harvesters, and income supplements for seniors.  

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