COVID-19 CLOSURE

A Message from the Craft Council of Newfoundland & Labrador

Dear friends,

The CCNL takes your health and safety seriously, as well as the safety of our staff and members, and so, we have made the difficult decision to close our doors to the public as of March 17, 2020.

This affects our Clay Studio classes as well. Classes are cancelled for the time being and the Visiting Artist workshop has been postponed until June 2020.

We will be working remotely from home and will be working to provide our services to you virtually. Stay tuned for a virtual tour of our Gallery shows and Pantry products in our online shop.

We thank you for your patience as we make this digital transition.

Stay safe and remember to wash your hands!
CCNL Staff + Board

RESOURCES DURING COVID-19

Last updated: May 8, 2020
Up-to-date information resources on COVID-19 situation:
Need a step by step guide of where to start?

We recommend the Craft Ontario resources page, written with the craft artist at heart. Much of this information is national in focus, but the local resources may give you ideas of where else to look for support in your community.

Resources for small businesses:

Our partners at NLOWE have created a comprehensive list of resources out there currently for Canadian businesses:

The Government of Canada has shared a number of resources for small businesses during this time:

Financial Loss + Recording Losses

*Please note the special EI hotline for people affected by Coronavirus is only for those with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis or who are under government-imposed quarantine. If you call this line and eventually reach an agent, you will be asked to go online and apply for EI benefits via the standard channels. Please read the directives on this web page carefully.