Succeeding in Uncertainty: Managing Your Business Through the COVID-19 Crisis and Beyond

As a result of the COVID-19 crisis a multitude of government programs have been announced in the last several weeks, however there are also many other government incentives that existed prior to COVID-19. While providing a recap of some of the more significant COVID-19 measures, members of PwC Canada’s tax team will focus on some of the pre-crisis programs that are now more critical than ever for recovery and future growth.


P. Daniel Wright, FCPA, FCA, TEP 
PwC Canada | Partner, Tax and Managing Partner, Winnipeg

Danny is the Managing Partner as well as the Tax Practice Leader of the Winnipeg office of PwC Canada. In his role as a Tax Partner at PwC he provides the firm’s clients with timely, innovative, and practical tax advice. As a trusted business advisor he works to develop a deep understanding of his client’s needs, challenges, and opportunities in order help them succeed. He has considerable experience in a wide range of taxation matters and serves clients in a variety of industry sectors. In addition, he has extensive experience serving owner/managed and family operated businesses. 

Jeremy Bomhof, CPA, CA
PwC Canada| Partner, Tax, Winnipeg

Jeremy is a Partner in Winnipeg. He works with wide range of corporate tax, high net worth clients, and private companies. Jeremy provides practical income tax solutions that are tailored to meet key business and investment objectives. Jeremy worked in industry for an acquisition oriented Canadian-based public company and brings a practical experience of working through all aspects of acquisitions from the start to the finish.

Christian Tarlet
PwC Canada | Senior Manager, Montreal

Christian is a Senior Manager in the incentive team. With over 13 years of incentive tax experience in accounting firms, Christian has had the opportunity to provide his extensive knowledge to SR&ED and other incentive service teams at the provincial and federal levels. Armed with a degree in engineering, Christian has worked for both private and public companies operating in various sectors such as aerospace, automotive, defence and telecommunication.

Along with his colleagues, he has developed an expertise on all 260 programs announced by multi-levels of government since the beginning of the Covid-19 crisis.

    Chambers Plan

    Chambers Plan

    Chambers of Commerce Group Insurance Plan is Canada’s #1 employee benefits plan for small business. Chambers Plan has been protecting Canadian firms for over 40 years. As a not-for-profit, any surpluses are reinvested to the Plan to support industry-leading stability. That's why more than 30,000 small to midsize businesses trust Chambers Plan to protect their employees.