Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walking outside to address media outside Rideau Cottage in Ottawa/ The Canadian Press
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says the Liberal government is going to provide $27 billion in direct support to Canadian workers and businesses to help them get through the economic crisis sparked by the COVID-19 outbreak.
There will also be $55 billion to help Canadians meet liquidity needs through tax deferrals.
There will be an emergency care benefit for those for those who fall ill, need to self-isolate or have to take care of family member with COVID-19 but fail to qualify for employment insurance.
There will be an emergency support benefit for those who lose their jobs and don't qualify for EI and this includes self-employed workers who have to close up shop.
The details of this package can be found here:
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