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  1. The biggest injustice from this pandemic is that we saw how necessary paid sick time was only to have the program ended and no longer discussed.

    Its hard to even call it a *benefit* honestly. Our standards should be higher.

  2. No shit. My ex-employer ,who is shady as fuck, had consistent work through the pandemic which resulted in them basically making the same as before the pandemic they were never in a position where anyones job was at risk but they applied for and received pandemic subsidies from the government.

  3. The US implemented the PPP. The effects of the money were studied very closely and after 6 months it was demined that for average cost of $377k USD of the program a single job was ‘saved’. 6 months later and with this knowledge they decided to once again fund the PPP.

    Think about that. $377k to save one shitty minimum wage job instead of just paying 10 people to stay at home and not spread the disease. Does anyone have a similar comparison for Canada?

  4. Pretty sure that was the whole point. Businesses got *millions* from the feds. *Actual humans* already well below poverty line on disability got ONE payment of $300.

    Hey at least I’ve gotten used to being treated like second class trash by every single level of government so it doesn’t enrage me as much as it used to.

  5. So my folks own a small flower shop in our city and from the start of the pandemic my mom refused any gov aid or anything. Worked out since the city went on a huge “support local” ad campaign, this resulted in my mom getting more business during the pandemic and allowed her to hire more people. When I asked her why she didn’t take any of the gov aid she just laughed and said “Son I’m not so young anymore, if the store closes it closes but if it’s stays open it stays open. Better that money goes to people that actually need it.”

  6. No shit, Canadian Press. Thanks for catching up to the rest of us who have been living it all this time.

    Votes don’t gain representation. They only choose the face of the corporate marionette.

  7. I just got a letter in the mail saying I apparently was overpaid by Cerb and to send them back 1000$. 1000$ which I’ve already paid taxes on as well. So they’re just keeping my tax money until next year or what?

  8. Nothing new here really. Its socialism for buisness and capitalism for the people. Same as this country has been for decades. The only difference is this is easily tracked and not hidden in tax cuts.

  9. This is modern society in a nutshell. Corporations have more rights than the people who they depend on to exist.

  10. the ending of CERB put so many into hardship – transitioning it into a compassionate UBI program was right there and still the decision was fumbled. so disappointing.

  11. Gosh, who could have guessed that businesses would pocket the relief money and still gouge consumers.

  12. THANK YOU! Can we talk about how the government fucking GASLIT us with paying back CERB retroactively, getting ordinary people in to debt when businesses have been continuing to get these benefits for YEARS after

  13. ~~Pandemic~~ benefits ~~were~~ too generous with businesses, stringent with workers: ~~experts~~ **fact**

    There fixed it for you

  14. Yep and they were too relaxed for the self-employed as well. I saw firsthand at the CRA how self employed millionaires claimed the entirety of CERB, CRB, and CRSB, while regular joe’s were getting disqualifies for minor technicalities.

    Lots of businesses took the wage subsidy, racked up a payroll debt, and then closed their doors.

  15. That’s true, corporate welfare was overblown with not much accountability. And it’s not just the small local restaurant that got forced to close for a few months who got it, tons of well off corporations got money they absolutely didn’t need, other split into numbered corporations to get even more.

    That said, don’t use this to demonize CERB/EI benefits as a whole for the regular people. Those were a good decision that helped the economy to stay running, and kept lower and middle class able to live and eat. Conservatives keep attacking Trudeau how he “printed money” and “give free stuff to buy votes” but really it was the responsible thing to do.

  16. Our government is neoliberal. They are beholden to big business at our expense. Suprise surprise.

  17. Why let a good crisis go to waste.
    Company post record profits, top management gets record bonuses.
    Can’t give raises because some BS excuses.
    And now the news papers are just figuring this out.
    Yep more proof government is run by the cooperate class.

  18. Cerb makes me seriously suspicious of any government benefit. I know way too many people that were told to pay it back a year later and can’t afford to.

  19. the phrase “same as it ever was” pops into my head…. they always fuck shit up like this, how on earth is this news?

  20. My ex company layed off 70% of the warehouse staff, then 4 weeks later brought in temporary employees at minimum wage and never called us back, not that I’m mad I just used it as an opportunity to get a better job, this is one of those companies that said we were like a family when hire me lol.

  21. The multi-billion dollar company I worked for showed exactly a 15% downturn in revenue for the first three months of the pandemic, just enough to qualify for subsidies. What wasn’t widely known outside the company is they fired a quarter of their workforce, meaning their net income actually went up, even before receiving the subsidy. Once you factor in the subsidy they actually ended up with their best net income year on record. That’s our tax dollars that went to giving a company that callously fired a quarter of their work force during a pandemic their best year on record. That was the real bullshit about the subsidies, they were based on loss of revenue, which means exactly shit if companies are able to offset that loss by cutting expenses (aka firing most of their employees, which most did). If the government actually gave a shit about employees there would have been stipulations that to qualify for subsidies businesses were required to keep their entire work force.

  22. _________ were too generous with businesses, stringent with workers.

    You could put just about any policy in there and it’s still true.

  23. And STILL we have people, even politicians complaining that the benefits were too generous to the people and that’s why we’re having staffing issues, inflation and housing problems.
    No one wants to work because of CERB!!
    PP says “money printer goes brrrr” but says nothing about stopping corp or business subsidies, bailouts or supports. Money printer goes brrr for the corrupt and rich is more correct.

  24. I don’t think the support in Canada would be very much different than American support for the Biden bill that may pass in the Senate. Mind you, the Dems were able to hang that Vet bill squarely around the Republican neck.. It’s time that Trudeau/Singh get their act together and hang the destruction of our Healthcare system around every level of existing Conservative gov’ts and parties..

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