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联邦政府采取行动 - 保就业走出企业危机

2020-4-18 14:28| views: 57| 評論: 0

摘要: 加拿大联邦政府正在采取行动,帮助加拿大企业与组织继续营业、将雇员留在工资单上、并在加拿大走出目前的危机时能够快速恢复。 贾斯廷·杜鲁多总理今天宣布了新行动,以保护加拿大的就业机会,并为应对COVID-19影响 ...

加拿大联邦政府正在采取行动,帮助加拿大企业与组织继续营业、将雇员留在工资单上、并在加拿大走出目前的危机时能够快速恢复。

贾斯廷·杜鲁多总理今天宣布了新行动,以保护加拿大的就业机会,并为应对COVID-19影响的企业和组织提供更多支持。联邦政府将会为具有针对性的措施提供超过17亿加元的资金,包括:

  • 通过加拿大地方发展机构Canada’s Regional Development Agencies,向不能够通过已有COVID-19支持政策得到帮助的中小型企业投资6.75亿加元,为他们提供金融支持。
  • 为乡村企业与社区提供2.87亿加元的支持,包括通过Community Futures Network为企业提供需要的资本。
  • 拨发5亿加元设立“文化、传统及体育组织COVID-19紧急支持基金(COVID-19 Emergency Support Fund for Cultural)”,以帮助满足这些行业中受影响组织的财务需求,使他们能够继续为艺术和体育从业人员提供支持。这一措施与现有针对工资与固定成本的COVID-19支持计划一致。
  • 2.5亿加元用于辅助那些无法获得现有COVID-19商业支持的创新、创业初期的公司,由加拿大国家研究委员会下属的工业研究援助计划拨出。
  • 2010万加元用于支持“加拿大未来创业者Futurpreneur Canada”,以继续支持全加拿大各地因COVID-19疫情而面临挑战的年轻创业家。这笔资金将让Futurpreneur Canada为其企业客户提供最长12个月的开支补贴。
  • 政府意识到COVID-19疫情对某些产业造成的影响并不均衡,例如对加拿大能源业,目前正在面临低价格的冲击,起源于全球性的原油供应激增以及疾病大流行的经济效应而产生的需求下降。正因如此,政府宣布新措施帮助保留和创造能源行业大约10,000个高薪就业。为了支持在这一行业工作的加拿大人,加拿大联邦政府将:
  • 提供高达17.2亿加元的资金,其中包括对阿尔伯塔省、萨斯喀彻温省和卑诗省政府、以及对阿尔伯塔废弃油井协会的资金,用于清理废弃以及/或闲置的石油或天然气井——创造数以千计的就业机会,并营造持久的环境效益。
  • 拨出最高7亿5000万元的资金,创建一个新的拟议的减排基金Emissions Reduction Fund ,减低加拿大石油和天然气产业中的排放,其中重点针对甲烷。这一基金将为常规和近海的石油及天然气公司提供主要应偿还的资金,以支持他们做出投资减少温室气体的排放。其中,7500万元将分配给离岸产业。
  • 扩展2020年3月13日宣布之新的“商业信贷利用计划Business Credit Availability Program”的资格范围,帮助加拿大企业获得他们在当今不确定时期所需要的融资。这一支持项目将对中等规模、具有较大融资需求的企业开放,并将从加拿大能源产业的公司开始,以帮助他们维持运转,保留他们雇员的就业。
  • 这些措施是加拿大联邦政府全面经济计划当中的一部分,帮助加拿大民众与企业渡过这一充满不确定性的时刻。我们将会继续监控这一快速变化的情况,并且在需要时采取进一步行动,保护我们的健康、安全、以及稳定经济。

引述

“许多加拿大企业正在COVID-19大流行期间面临经济困难与不确定性。他们给努力工作的加拿大民众以工作机会,而民众依赖这些工作支撑家人。这些企业在当今艰难的时候,需要我们的帮助。我们将会持续做出果断行动,支持加拿大企业,保护加拿大工作机会,并保持我们的经济强健。” 

—加拿大总理,贾斯廷·杜鲁多阁下

“COVID-19大流行对于加拿大经济有着深远的影响。这就是为什么我们今天采取了前所未有的措施,保护加拿大就业机会。我们正在与全国各地所有受到影响的企业一同协商,采取必要的行动,并随时准备在需要之时采取进一步行动。”

—财政部长,比尔·莫尔诺阁下

事实简要

  • 加拿大的地区发展机构(Regional Development Agencies)将帮助企业与创新者发展并取得成功。他们关注于地区经济的发展与多样化,帮助社区蓬勃发展。
  • 在全国范围内,一共有六个地区性发展机构,分别为加拿大北部经济发展机构(Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency),加拿大西部经济多元化机构(Western Economic Diversification Canada),FedNor,FedDev Ontario,魁北克地区加拿大经济发展机构(Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions),以及加拿大大西洋机遇机构(Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency)。
  • 社区未来计划(The Community Futures Program)是一个以社区为主的经济发展计划,致力于帮助加拿大乡村地区社区发展并实施策略,应对正在变化的经济环境。
  • “文化、传统及体育组织COVID-19紧急支持基金”将会提供5亿加元,帮助解决这些行业内受影响组织的经济需求。基金将会由加拿大文化传统部管理,由合作伙伴支持。
  • 加拿大国家研究理事会下属的产业研究辅助项目(The National Research Council of Canada’s Industrial Research Assistance Program)为加拿大中小型企业提供建议、关系网络、以及资金,帮助他们增加创新能力,并将他们的想法带入市场。
  • 加拿大联邦政府将会提供资金,用于清理废弃和/或非活跃油井与天然气井,包括:
  • 为阿尔伯塔省政府提供最高10亿加元
  • 为萨斯喀彻温省政府提供最高4亿加元
  • 为不列颠哥伦比亚省政府提供最高1.2亿加元
  • 为阿尔伯塔废弃油井协会Alberta Orphan Well Association提供2亿加元。这一组织将会在未来偿还全部金额。
  • 在2020年三月十三日,加拿大联邦政府宣布追加650亿加元通过一个新的商业信贷利用计划来支持企业。在这个支持计划下,加拿大出口发展局和加拿大商业发展银行正在以市场利率向在其他方式下无法获得融资的企业和组织,提供直接贷款和其他类型的金融支持。

The Government of Canada is taking action to help Canadian businesses and organizations keep their doors open, keep their employees on the payroll, and recover quickly when Canada bounces back from this crisis.

 

The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today announced new actions to protect Canadian jobs and provide more support to businesses and organizations dealing with the economic impacts of COVID-19. The Government of Canada will provide over $1.7 billion for targeted measures, including:

 

·         $675 million to give financing support to small and medium-sized businesses that are unable to access the government’s existing COVID-19 support measures, through Canada’s Regional Development Agencies.

 

·         $287 million to support rural businesses and communities, including by providing them with much-needed access to capital through the Community Futures Network.

 

·         $500 million to establish a COVID-19 Emergency Support Fund for Cultural, Heritage and Sport Organizations to help address the financial needs of affected organizations within these sectors so they can continue to support artists and athletes. This measure is consistent with the government’s other existing COVID-19 support measures for wages and fixed costs for organizations.

 

·         $250 million to assist innovative, early-stage companies that are unable to access existing COVID-19 business support, through the National Research Council of Canada’s Industrial Research Assistance Program.

 

·         $20.1 million in support for Futurpreneur Canada to continue to support young entrepreneurs across Canada who are facing challenges due to COVID-19. The funding will allow Futurpreneur Canada to provide payment relief for its clients for up to 12 months.

 

The government recognizes some sectors are disproportionally affected by COVID-19, such as Canada’s energy sector, which is dealing with low prices caused by a surge in global crude oil supply and a decline in demand due to the economic effects of the pandemic. That’s why the government is announcing new measures to help retain and create approximately 10,000 well-paying jobs in the energy sector. To support Canadians working in this sector, the Government of Canada will:

 

·         provide up to $1.72 billion, including funding to the governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan, and British Columbia, and the Alberta Orphan Well Association, to clean up orphan and/or inactive oil and gas wells – creating thousands of jobs and having lasting environmental benefits.

 

·         provide up to $750 million to create a new proposed Emissions Reduction Fund to reduce emissions in Canada’s oil and gas sector, with a focus on methane. This fund will provide primarily repayable contributions to conventional and offshore oil and gas firms to support their investments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Of this amount, $75 million will be allocated to the offshore sector.

 

·         expand eligibility for the new Business Credit Availability Program announced on March 13, 2020, to help Canadian businesses get the financing they need during this period of uncertainty. The support will be available to medium-sized businesses with larger financing needs, beginning with companies in Canada’s energy sector, to help them maintain operations and keep their employees on the job.

 

These measures are part of the Government of Canada’s comprehensive economic plan to help Canadians and businesses through this period of uncertainty. We will continue to monitor this evolving situation closely, and take additional actions as needed to protect our health and safety, and stabilize the economy.

 

Quotes

“Many Canadian businesses are facing economic hardships and uncertainty during the COVID-19 pandemic. They give hardworking Canadians the jobs they rely on to provide for their families and they need our help in these difficult times. We will continue to take decisive action to support Canadian businesses, protect Canadian jobs, and keep our economy strong.”

The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada

 

“The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on the Canadian economy. That is why we are taking unprecedented measures today to protect Canadian jobs. We are working in close consultation with all impacted businesses across the country to take action where it is required, and are prepared to take further targeted action as needed.”

The Hon. Bill Morneau, Minister of Finance

 

Quick Facts

·         Canada’s Regional Development Agencies help businesses and innovators grow and succeed. They focus on advancing and diversifying regional economies and helping communities thrive.

·         There are six Regional Development Agencies across the country: the Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency, Western Economic Diversification Canada, FedNor, FedDev Ontario, Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions, and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency.

·         The Community Futures Program is a community-driven, economic development program designed to help communities in Canada’s rural areas develop and implement strategies to deal with a changing economic environment.

·         The COVID-19 Emergency Support Fund for Cultural, Heritage and Sport Organizations will provide $500 million to help address the financial needs of affected organizations within these sectors. The Fund will be administered by Canadian Heritage with the support of its partners.

·         The National Research Council of Canada’s Industrial Research Assistance Program provides advice, connections, and funding to help Canadian small and medium-sized businesses increase their innovation capacity and take their ideas to market.

·         The Government of Canada will provide funding to clean up orphan and/or inactive oil and gas wells, including:

o   up to $1 billion to the Government of Alberta

o   up to $400 million to the Government of Saskatchewan

o   up to $120 million to the Government of British Columbia

o   $200 million to the Alberta Orphan Well Association. The Association will fully repay this amount.

·         On March 13, 2020, the Government of Canada announced $65 billion in additional support to businesses through a new Business Credit Availability Program. Under the program, Export Development Canada and the Business Development Bank of Canada are providing direct lending and other types of financial support at market rates to viable businesses and organizations whose access to financing would otherwise be restricted.

 

Related Product

·         Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: New Support to Protect Canadian Jobs

 

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