A message from DSA Canada President, Peter Maddox
During these challenging times, the Association’s top priority is ensuring the safety, well-being and security of our direct selling community.
We are working with federal and provincial government agencies to discuss opportunities for direct selling participants – both companies and independent sales consultants – to receive economic support during the COVID-19 pandemic. We are working diligently to ensure that direct sellers are recognized and assisted.
If you face any challenges please let us know. We are ready to assist you and to ensure you have the information you need to maintain your business operations.
Thank you for your membership and ongoing support. We wish you, your families and colleagues continued health and safety.
In an effort to help you during this difficult period, we have put together some resources below.
Provincial Government Resources
- Province-wide restrictions in place at least until January 21, 2021.
- Province-wide restrictions extended until February 5, 2021.
- Province-wide restrictions in place until January 22, 2021.
- At the orange level of their recovery plan.
- Operating at a Level 2, people are able to move about more, but there are still some restrictions in place.
- State of emergency has been extended until January 24. Restrictions continue to focus on reducing social gatherings, and limiting travel.
- View details of the new stay-at-home order
- All businesses, services and organizations, as well as organizers of organized gatherings, are required to have measures in place to mitigate transmission of COVID-19 and to develop and follow an operational plan detailing those measures.
- View details on confinement
- State of emergency has been extended until January 24.
- Nearly all businesses and activities are open. Some travel restrictions are in place.
- Public health measures continue to apply to various areas within Nunavut.
- In Phase 3 of their COVID-19 Path Forward Plan, focusing on long-term sustainability and living safely with COVID-19.
Updates made on January 14, 2021. All efforts have been made to ensure that the information included on this page and related links is accurate at the time of publication. However, during this uncertain time, details and interpretations are changing constantly. This information is not to be construed as legal advice or legal guidance. Please consult legal and financial professionals, or relevant government agencies, about your own situation.