The orders listed below have been extended until May 6, 2020:
Note: This post provides information on the Ontario infectious disease leave of absence.
For information on the potential application of other leaves of absence, including: bereavement leave, compassionate care leave, critical illness leave, family responsibility leave, family caregiver leave and sick leave, you may wish to sign up for Optimize Compliance or, if you need legal advice, consult a lawyer.
In what circumstances does Ontario’s new infectious disease leave of absence apply?
Ontario employees who are are not performing their work duties because of COVID-19, may take an unpaid infectious disease leave of absence.
Note: The following information is based on the guidance provided by the federal government. For further details see the government’s Income Tax Filing and Payment Dates
When do I have to FILE my taxes?
Individuals – June 1, 2020
Self-Employed and Spouse – June 15, 2020 (no change)
Corporations – June 1, 2020
How much is the Canada Emergency Response Benefit (CERB)?
$2,000 every four weeks. (Note: This is a taxable benefit. That means that you will have to report the CERB as income when you file your taxes for the 2020 tax year.)