Small businesses are the heart of our communities and the backbone of Canada’s economy. Canadians everywhere have been supporting local businesses throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, from ordering take-out to buying gift cards. Civic-minded organizations with the resources and means are also pitching in.

As part of its Canadian Business Resilience Network campaign, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, through the generosity of Salesforce (NYSE:CRM), has provided 62 small Canadian businesses from coast to coast to coast with $10,000 grants to help their recovery efforts during these unprecedented times.

About the Fund

The CBRN Small Business Relief Fund is helping 62 small Canadian businesses recover and support their resilience, for a total of $620,000 in funds.

Businesses can use the $10,000 grants to support their recovery efforts, including paying salaries, acquiring safety and personal protective equipment for staff, replenishing materials or paying for the measures required to adapt business models to the economic impacts of COVID-19.

During the COVID-19 crisis, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s mission is to help as many businesses as possible stay afloat and remain open. Small business owners put everything they have into their businesses, and these grants will help give a little bit back. Good people coming together is how Canadians have managed this crisis, and the Canadian Chamber and Salesforce are following their lead, one business at a time.

Consult the program’s terms and conditions and its privacy policy.

  • Grant Recipients Videos


    We caught up with our Small Business Relief Fund Grant recipient, MASS Environmental Services Inc. & their President George Brown to get an update on the work they have done, highlighting the resilience they’ve shown during the pandemic.

    Congratulations to Timmins Chiropractic Clinic for being a recipient of a $10,000 CBRN grant, made possible by the generosity of Salesforce.

    Peter’s Players was awarded at $10,000 CBRN Small Business Relief Fund grant. Hear from owner Michelle Swanek as she finds out the good news.

    Davidson Quebec’s Esprit Rafting was awarded at $10,000 CBRN Small Business Relief Fund grant. Hear from owner Jim Coffey as he finds out the good news.

    Pierre Marleau, CEO and Production Designer, Orange Frog Productions inc, tells us how a $10,000 CBRN Grant would help his business

    Brian Doherty tells us how a $10,000 CBRN Grant would help his small business.

    Rogue Coffee tells us how a $10,000 CBRN Grant would help his small business.

    La Cuisine Kitchen Cabinets Inc. tells us how a $10,000 CBRN Grant would help his small business.

    Cara Hazelton tells us how a $10,000 CBRN Grant would help his small business.

    Paul Bowman, owner of Bowman’s Pharmasave in Fredericton, New Brunswick, and member of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, explains how $10,000 would help his business remain resilient throughout the pandemic.

Meet Our Grant Recipients

Thank you to all who applied!


  • A-Tech NDT Limited
  • BRITT Land & Engagement
  • Dan The Stickman Ltd.
  • Honkers Pub & Eatery Ltd.
  • Joe Social Media Inc.
  • Lube Town
  • Old Iron Horse Restaurant and Lounge
  • Ripple Group
  • Summit Psychology Inc.
  • The Natural Path Clinic

British Columbia

  • Bold Promotions Inc
  • DBA The Pencil Box ~ Coffee Talk Express
  • DBA Silencing
  • Fukasaku of Prince Rupert
  • God’s Pocket Resort (2018) Ltd
  • Greenscape Design & Decor Inc.
  • Hoodoo Adventure Company Ltd
  • Invati Yoga & Wellness Inc.
  • Japanada Enterprises Inc.
  • Kwa’lilas Hotel
  • Royal Theatre


  • Botanical PaperWorks INC
  • Lakehouse

New Brunswick

  • Hotel Paulin
  • MoCo downtown
  • Rogue Coffee Company

Newfoundland and Labrador

  • Fewers Hairstyling Salon

Nova Scotia

  • Biscuit General Store
  • Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort
  • Sonic Concerts

Northwest Territories

  • The Yellowknife Racquet Club




  • AGS Rehab Solutions Inc.
  • Annabella Zawada Medicine Professional Corporation
  • Compassionate Care HS DBA Comfort Keepers Orangeville
  • Mambella’s Italian Kitchen
  • MASS Environmental Services Inc.
  • Mohawk College Enterprise
  • New Approach Painting
  • Pasqualino Cafe and Bistro Inc
  • Peter’s Players
  • Plan to Protect
  • Rustic Mama Retreats Inc
  • Sensyst The Business Interiors Group
  • Supreme Cheerleading Inc.
  • The Beauty Barn Spa
  • The Chartwell House Early Learning Centre
  • The Original Maple Bat Corporation (Sam Bat)
  • Timmins Chiropractic Clinic
  • TMT Kleanr Service Corp.
  • Toraguchi Martial Arts
  • Trent Valley Distributors
  • TruBliss Wellness & Beauty Spa

Prince Edward Island

  • Hive and Hollow


  • Belles Formes
  • Camping Aventure Megantic
  • Esprit Rafting Adventures
  • Recrutement Intégral


  • Firebird Business Consulting Ltd
  • Orpheum Theatre Ltd
  • SveinCo Developments Ltd.


  • Caribou Crossing Trading Post

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