Our friends at CFIB have created a 2021 COVID-19 Business Operations Guides specific to each province. Inside you will find useful information on government relief programs , templates, posters, FAQ and much more. Access the documents by province here.
Please note this is a members only resources and you must login to access it.
Today, the Honourable Tom Osborne, Minister of Finance and President of Treasury Board, announced a new Residential Construction Rebate Program that will allow homeowners to save money on construction and renovations, while also helping to stimulate the economy and employment in the province’s construction industry. Homeowners can qualify for the Residential Construction Rebate in one of two ways:
A 25 per cent rebate is available for renovation projects for principal residences, up to a maximum rebate of $10,000 (based on a $40,000 project).
New Home Construction
A rebate of $10,000 is available for new home construction on homes valued up to $350,000 before HST.
Read more here.
Fenestration Canada along with several other associations joins Efficiency Canada to make an appeal to the Federal Government for a policy focused on deeper energy savings, with more homes upgrading insulation, windows, and heating and cooling systems. We encourage our members to read the letter and if you support it, send your message. It will be sent to your local federal and provincial representative. Click “Add your voice” to submit.
During our Regional Forums last week, some of our members mentioned having a hard time finding Personal Protective Equipment.
Fenestration Canada’s member, Adfast, urgently built a new factory to manufacture sprayable sanitizer and face shields. They assured us that they can deliver quickly anywhere in the country so if in need, think about supporting a fellow Fenestration Canada member!
For more info: https://adclean.ca/en
As COVID-19 is still out there and that most of the country resumed installations and will have to interact more and more with customers, Fenestration Canada put together quick guidelines about the precautions measures to consider in the next few months.
Members and non-members, feel free to use and share this document as much as you want.
Pandemic Safety Guidelines