- Extended relief measures for members and clients
- Timely support for businesses
- Collaboration with ÉTS to advance circular economy
- Continued support for youth and academic perseverance
MONTREAL, Sept. 3, 2020 /CNW Telbec/ – The economy has started to recover in several Quebec regions, but it remains fragile. A new Desjardins study indicates that economic activity is unlikely to return to pre-pandemic levels before mid-2022. And even then, the recovery will depend on the scale of the second wave of COVID-19.
Desjardins has responded with an action plan to assist its individual and business members during this critical period. The plan includes a wide range of initiatives designed to meet the needs expressed by its members, such as extended relief measures and timely support to businesses experiencing hardship due to the pandemic.
“Desjardins continually seeks feedback from members and clients. As soon as the pandemic struck, we took action to provide