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Calculate your CRHP base period remuneration

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When to calculate CRHP base period remuneration

If you are eligible for the CRHP, you will need to calculate your base period remuneration amount to use in periods 17 and later.

CRHP total base period remuneration is

  • the total eligible remuneration paid to all your active eligible employees (i.e. not on leave with pay)
  • paid from March 14 to April 10, 2021 (the same dates as CEWS period 14)
  • limited to $1,129 per week, per employee (non-arm's-length employees are further limited to the lower of their weekly or pre-crisis remuneration)

This is not the same as the CEWS total remuneration and was not provided as part of your CEWS period 14 summary, unless you calculated for period 14 after the latest update on June 30, 2021.

Only calculate once

Because the total base period remuneration for the CRHP is the same for all claim periods 17 and later, you only need to calculate this once to use in all your future CRHP calculations.

Active eligible employees

In addition to the CRHP base period remuneration, you will also need to save the number of active eligible employees during the base period for your future CRHP calculations.

Include employees that are no longer employed

You must include all your active eligible employees and their eligible remuneration for the base period (March 14 to April 10, 2021), even if they are no longer employed by you during the claim period.

Calculate your CRHP base period remuneration

Calculate your employee wages in respect of the CRHP base period: March 14 to April 10, 2021

Include all your active eligible employees (not on leave with pay).

Eligible employee 1

Arm's length definition


Choose how to determine pre-crisis pay

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Eligible remuneration (pay) in respect of the CRHP base period: March 14 to April 10, 2021

Base period pay per week

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Calculation summary for employee 1
Calculation summary for employee 1
Week Calculated amount
Week 1 eligible remuneration paid to active employees $0
Week 2 eligible remuneration paid to active employees $0
Week 3 eligible remuneration paid to active employees $0
Week 4 eligible remuneration paid to active employees $0
4-week total eligible remuneration $0

Your results

Save the summary of your calculations for periods 17 and later:

Print and keep the record of the CRHP base period remuneration amount to use in all calculations of the CRHP.

Once you have saved your CRHP base period remuneration and number of active eligible employees, you can return to calculate your wage or hiring subsidy amount.

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