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Small businesses mean big business

We know how important you are to our country and the communities you serve. You provide jobs, sponsor local events and youth initiatives, and make unique products that you’re proud to sell. Now it’s time that we do something for you, but we need your help. Keep scrolling to see how you can get involved.
Canada United – A nationwide initiative created by RBC in collaboration with our partners.

Help us ‘stick’ to the plan

Download these digital stickers and images and post them on your website and social media accounts. When your customers and followers see our TV ads, they’ll notice you’re part of Canada United and will want to get involved. When you join the movement they will too.
By downloading an image you acknowledge that you’ve read and agree to our Trademark Terms of Use.

Be social and spread the word

To get the word out and help grow the Canada United Small Business Relief Fund, simply like and share our videos and photos @GoCanadaUnited and continue to post messages of participation and support on your own social media sites. Our hope is to get as many Canadians as possible to come out and shop locally especially during our Canada United Weekend in August.
I am proud to support @GoCanadaUnited and their initiative to help local businesses. Visit gocanadaunited.ca for more information and show local some love. #CanadaUnited

Participate in our Canada United Weekend August 28-30

We’re hoping to get Canadians out and about and into your stores on August 28, 29 and 30, and we want you ready for their business. How? Easy! Open your doors that weekend, download and print our logo and put it up on your store windows, and adhere to local guidelines on safety precautions to minimize the spread of COVID-19.

Learn about the Canada United Small Business Relief Fund

We’re happy to establish the Canada United Small Business Relief Fund in collaboration with the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and the support of other chambers and partners to help small Canadian businesses with their recovery efforts as a result of COVID-19.²

If awarded, a relief grant can be used for any of the following activities: 

Successful applicants will receive a relief grant of up to $5,000. We intend to support local businesses of all kinds (from retailers to barbershops to farmers) from across the country.

The Canada United Small Business Relief Fund will grow over the next several weeks as views, likes and shares from Canadians (including yours) result in a 5¢ contribution from RBC. You can keep track of the growing fund amount on this website, and soon you’ll be able to apply for grant funding.

Applications for the Canada United Small Business Relief Fund will be accepted starting on August, 31, 2020. Learn more about the eligibility criteria on the Ontario Chamber of Commerce website.

OUR Proud PARTNERS

Canada United is a nationwide initiative created by RBC in collaboration with our Canada United partners.
1Alberta_Commerce
2Atlantic_Commerce
3BC_Commerce
4Canada_Commerce
5Manitoba
6NWT
7-Ontario
8-Quebec-Commerce
9-1-Saskatchewan _Commerce
9-2-Yukon_Commerce
9-3-CFIB
9-4-Restaurants_Canada
9-5-Retail_council_canada
9-6-Toronto
9-7-GotJunk
Babies_R_Us
Big Rock Brewery
Boston_Pizza
Bruce_Power
C-1-Cadillac_Fairview
C-2-CanadianTire
C-3-CN Rail
C-4-Corus
DigitalMainSt.
E-1-ebay
ENDY
Golf_Town
Harry_Rosen
Home_Hardware
Hudsons_Bay
Indigo
Intuit
Jewlr
Knix
Landmark_Cinemas
Lee_Fiori
Leons
Long_McQuade
M1astermind_Toys
MNP
Muskoka_Brewery
Nextdoor
Oliver___Bonacini
P-1-PetroCanada_en
Pet_Valu
Post_Media
Rexall
Ritual
Roots
Shack___Shine
Sleep_Country
Smittys
Sobeys
Spin_master
Sporting_Life
Staples
T-1-Telus
T-2-Tentree
T-3-The_Keg
T-4-Tim_Hortons
T-5-TLN_TV
T-6-Toronto_Star
T-7-Toys_R_us
Vancouver-Island-Brewery
Well
Westjet
William_Ashley
wow_1_day_painting

SHOW LOCAL SOME LOVE