The COVID-19 Resource page is dynamic and will be updated as new information becomes available.
Saskatchewan Soccer Association
Government of Saskatchewan Resources
External Funding Sources
If you have any questions regarding any of the funding sources listed below, please contact Steven Porter at email@example.com
or 306-519-5757 for further information.
|The Saskatchewan Small Business Emergency Payment Program has been extended for another period offering a payment for January of 2021. Please follow the link to see if your organization meets the criteria. |
|A new Temporary Wage Subsidy has been announced by the Federal Government. This program allows eligible organizations to reduce the amount of payroll deductions they need to remit to the Canada Revenue Agency. Please follow the link to learn more about the program and guidelines. |
|Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy is the wage subsidy offered through the Federal Government. This program began in March of 2020 and continues to be available moving forward. Please visit the link to learn more about the eligibility guidelines and see if you qualify. |
| |Canada Emergency Business Account Loan
is a program that offers a $60,000 loan if you meet the eligibility criteria. If you repay $40,000 of the loan by December 31, 2022 the additional $20,000 portion of the loan is forgiven. There are no interest payments on this loan until the deadline of December 31, 2022. The deadline to apply for this is March 31, 2021 and you can process an application through your current financial institution.
*Please note: SSA has been advised that if you received the CEBA loan you must apply the $10,000 or $20,000 loan forgiveness amount to your revenue for the fiscal year you have received it in.
| |Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy
is a program offered that began in September of 2020 and offers rent relief to qualifying businesses. Please follow the link to view the eligibility criteria to see if you qualify.
|Jumpstart - Sport Relief Fund - Applications are now open for Jumpstart's Sport Relief Fund. In the final months of 2020, JumpStart helped nearly 700 organizations, impacting over 70,000 kids from coast-to-coast-to-coast. Thanks to a generous gift of $12 million from Canadian Tire Corporation to Jumpstartâ€™s Sport Relief Fund, they are able to continue to provide much needed financial support to sport organizations to help build back sport and play through 2021. |
Canada Soccer Resources
COVID-19 Health Resources
Waivers and Insurance
Facility and Outdoor Spaces
| ||Our sport is underway during the pandemic. It's a challenging time, but support from our partners allows us to offer opportunities for kids to play. We acknowledge the financial support of the Government of Canada. Nous reconnaissons l'appui [financier] du gouvernement du Canada. |