As a business, charity, or non-profit in Canada who has faced deep losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for a wage subsidy, a rent subsidy, or both through the HHBRP.
Who can apply for the HHBRP
Eligible organizations, regardless of their sector, may qualify for the HHBRP if they don’t qualify for the Tourism and Hospitality Recovery Program (THRP).
To qualify for the HHBRP, you must meet the following two conditions:
- You have a 12-month average revenue drop from March 2020 to February 2021 of at least 50%
- You have a claim period revenue drop of at least 50%
Eligibility for COVID-19 business subsidies
There are other ways to qualify for wage or rent subsidies if you’ve been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, even if you do not qualify for the HHBRP. If you’re not sure which subsidy may fit your situation:
Subsidies you may qualify for
Through the HHBRP, you may be able to get a subsidy to help cover wages (formerly the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy) and rent (formerly the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy).
You may also qualify for the Canada Recovery Hiring Program (CRHP).Wage and hiring
How and when you can apply for a wage or hiring subsidy, and what happens after you’ve applied
Calculate your wage or hiring subsidyRent and property
How and when you can apply for a rent subsidy, and what happens after you’ve applied