Public Health Orders
Orders under The Public Health Act (PDF) > See Orders 9(3), 10, and 11 for capacity limits etc.
Arts & Culture Sustainability Fund
Arts and Culture Sustainability Fund [for Organizations] (Manitoba Arts Council) | Deadline: Deadline: Feb 28
Artist Development Sustainability Fund (Manitoba Film & Music) | Deadline: March 3
Music Companies Sustainability Fund (Manitoba Film & Music) | Deadline: March 3
Adapt [for Professional Artists, Arts/Cultural Professionals, Indigenous Knowledge Keepers, Professional Arts Groups] (Manitoba Arts Council) | Deadline: March 8
Government Support Programs
Manitoba Pandemic Sick Leave
Provides employers with up to $600 per employee for up to five full days of COVID-19 related sick leave, which do not have to be taken consecutively.
Manitoba Sector Support Program
Provides assistance to the specific businesses affected by the public health restrictions in effect from December 21, 2021 to January 11, 2022.
Canada Worker Lockdown Benefit
Providing $300 a week in income support to eligible workers who are directly impacted by a COVID-19-related public health lockdown in their region up until May 7, 2022.
The Local Lockdown Program
Providing businesses that face temporary new local lockdowns up to the maximum amount available through the wage and rent subsidy programs.
Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit
Providing income support if you must stop work to care for dependents due to closures, high risk and caregiver availability.
Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit
Up to six weeks of support if you are sick or must self-isolate due to COVID-19.
The Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program
Providing support through wage and rent subsidies to, for example, arts, entertainment, hotels, tour operators, travel agencies, and restaurants, with a subsidy rate of up to 75 per cent. The eligible types of businesses are detailed in the legislation and related backgrounder.
The Hardest-Hit Business Recovery Program
Providing support through wage and rent subsidies to other businesses that have faced deep losses, with a subsidy rate of up to 50 per cent.
Canada Recovery Hiring Program
Extended until May 7, 2022, for eligible employers with current revenue losses above 10 per cent and increasing the subsidy rate to 50 per cent.
More Info & Supports
Canadian Live Music Association
National Concert and COVID-19 Regulations Guide
Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce
COVID-19: Resources + Supports