Safe Restart Agreement Alberta

These investments will help protect public health and safety, prepare for potential future waves of the virus, and continue to support the safe reopening of economies across Canada. The money can be used to help operators purchase additional cleaning products, safety equipment and other upgrades needed to comply with health policies amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the province said in a statement Tuesday. The transmission of the signed memorandum of the contract triggers the payment. Multilateral Early Leaning and Child Care FrameworkEar Learning and Child Care Bilateral Agreements Priorities for a safe restart of the Canadian economy Municipalities are at the forefront of a safe restart of the economy and must continue to take appropriate measures to minimize the spread of COVID-19 and manage public spaces and critical services such as public transportation. The agreement must be signed by the elected chief agent and chief administrator of the municipality and returned by 30 October to [email protected]. Premiers believe that these funds must be used quickly to protect the health and safety of our citizens and make a real contribution to the redeployment of the economy. To do this, appropriations for all priorities will be transferred to Alberta through an individual direct transfer. Ensure the availability of a safe child care centre to help parents return to work and provide income support for those who do not have paid sick leave so that all Canadians can stay healthy. This investment under the Safe Restart Agreement will help address key priorities agreed to by Canada`s Prime Ministers for a safe restart of the Canadian economy over the next six to eight months. This investment will help achieve key priorities agreed to by Canada`s Premiers for a safe restart of the Canadian economy over the next six to eight months. . . .