Business Continuity

Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan

The Government of Canada is taking immediate, significant and decisive action to help Canadians facing hardship as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak.

On March 18, 2020, the Prime Minister announced a new set of economic measures to help stabilize the economy during this challenging period. These measures, delivered as part of the Government of Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan, will provide up to $27 billion in direct support to Canadian workers and businesses.

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Province of Alberta: COVID-19 support for employers and employees

Measures to protect employers and employees from the economic disruption of COVID-19 and position Alberta for recovery.

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What is a business continuity plan?

It is a plan that describes how an organization will continue to function during or after some kind of emergency, disaster or event. It involves planning how your key services or products can be continued, and the recovery of key business and systems.

Information for business

Pandemic Planning - This document focuses on creating a business plan for infectious diseases such as SARS or pandemic flu. It is intended for non-health care organizations. Health care organizations, as well as other first response agencies (e.g., police, emergency, first aid, ambulance), will require much more rigorous emergency steps, infection control measures, and workforce plans.

Information for Albertans: Information from the Government of Alberta, including impact on employees and employers.

Business Continuity - Retail/Commercial Information

We have gathered information from local businesses in response to COVID-19 measures. If your business would like to be included in the listing or has an update, please send this to kellyt@town.blackdiamond.ab.ca

Business Continuity - Business Listing  - update coming soon

Institute for Sustainable Development

Tips for Alberta Business and Community Leaders Working to Address the Social and Economic Fall-Out from the Coronavirus