Anju Dhillon
Anju Dhillon
Member of Parliament for Dorval—Lachine—LaSalle

Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)

The CERB is a taxable benefit of $2,000, every 4 weeks for up to 16 weeks, to help cover the costs of living during these challenging times. The CERB is available to workers who meet all the following conditions: For those who are still working, allowing them to earn up to $1,000 per month while collecting the CERB. The CERB is also extended to both seasonal and non-seasonal workers who, as of January 2020, have exhausted their EI regular benefits and are unable to undertake their anticipated work because of COVID-19. For information on how to apply, click here.

Extended Deadline To File Income Tax Returns

The filing due date for the 2019 income tax returns for individuals has been deferred. Any new income tax balances due, or instalments, are also being deferred without incurring interest or penalties.

Canada Child Benefit (CCB)

We are providing up to an extra $300 per child through the CCB for 2019-20. This will mean approximately $550 more for the average family. This benefit will be delivered as part of the scheduled CCB payment in May. Those who already receive the CCB do not need to re-apply. For more information, click here.

Mortgage Support

Canadian banks have committed to work with their customers on a case-by-case basis to find solutions to help them manage hardships caused by COVID-19. This includes permitting lenders to defer up to six monthly mortgage payments (interest and principal) for impacted borrowers. Canadians who are impacted by COVID-19 and experiencing financial hardship, as a result, should contact their financial institution regarding flexibility for a mortgage deferral. Please avoid leaving your home unless it is necessary. Visit your bank’s website or call for more information For more information, click here.

Wage Top Up for Essential Workers

We are working with the provinces and territories through a new transfer to cost-share a temporary top-up to the salaries of low-income workers (those who earn less than $2,500 per month on a full-time basis) that the provinces and territories have deemed essential in the fight against COVID-19. For more information, click here. Resources For Parents And Children The public health agency of Canada has developed helpful resources for parents and children, including information to help children understand what’s going on and how they can help. Activities and learning excesses include: For More information please visit's resources for parents and children section.
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