NMMA’s COVID-19 Action Centre
The National Marine Manufacturers Association has called on the federal government to take action and help marine manufacturers respond to COVID-19. In addition, NMMA is aligned with organizations including the Marine Trade Associations, the Canadian Outdoor Recreation Roundtable and others to ensure our industry’s voice is heard.
Our daily newsletter, Currents, will focus on the most pressing COVID-19 news of the day. We encourage you to subscribe, if you do not already receive it.
Latest News & Updates
Keep informed about NMMA efforts on behalf of the marine industry.
May 2020 Newsletter: Connor Industries Wins Major Federal Funding
June 2020 Newsletter: New NAFTA / CUSMA / USMCA Comes Into Effect July 1
July 2020 Newsletter: NMMA Calls on Governments to Invest in Recreational Infrastructure
September 2020 Newsletter: NMMA Canada continues to proactively address tariffs, luxury tax threats
October 2020 Newsletter: Nominations open for 2021 NMMA Canada Hall of Fame
November 2020 Newsletter: Transport Canada seeks feedback on Pleasure Craft License, PCOC program changes
December 2020 Newsletter: A Year Like No Other…Happy Holidays from NMMA Canada
Minister Morneau Letter – COVID19 Support for Boating Sector (March 23)
Minister MacLeod Letter- COVID19 Support for Ontario Boating Sector (March 23)
Minister Morneau Letter - Wage Subsidy Concerns for Seasonal Businesses (April 9)
Premier Ford Letter - Essential services extended to marinas and boat dealers (April 24)
Prime Minister Letter - CORR Support for Outdoor Industry (April 24)
Prime Minister Letter - Inventory Financing and Sales Tax Holiday (May 7)
Updated: January 12, 2021
A snapshot of the rules and restrictions that have been put into place by provincial and territorial governments.
Updated: January 27, 2021
NMMA Canada's summary of the major federal funding announcements relevant to the recreational boating sector.
Workplace Mental Health Resources (Mental Health Commission of Canada)
How to Protect Yourself in the Age of Videoconferencing Calls (courtesy of Associations Now)
Canadian Business Resilience Network (Canadian Chamber of Commerce)