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CALGARY Small and mid sized businesses across the country are worried about making their next commercial rent payment and are reaching out to provincial governments to protect them from evictions.The Ontario Chamber of Commerce, Ontario Restaurant Hotel and Motel Association, Restaurants Canada and Canadian Federation of Independent Business released a joint letter to Ontario Premier Doug Ford on Monday calling for a commercial eviction protection for businesses such as restaurants worried about making their June 1 rent payment this week.help our business members make it to the other side of COVID 19. Without your immediate assistance, more businesses will be forced to close, the letter states, noting the coronavirus pandemic has gutted revenues for small businesses across the province and another wave of bankruptcies may be looming.Alberta small businesses prepare for deep pandemic induced recession after years of fragilityTens of thousands of Canadian businesses expected to close permanently despite government helpHere how many small businesses are being left behind by emergency government benefitsOther provinces such as New Brunswick have implemented eviction protections for commercial tenants through the coronavirus pandemic, though some of those protections are set to expire, while Ontario never established an eviction moratorium for businesses.The federal government, meanwhile, has established the Canada Emergency Commercial Rent Assistance (CECRA) program to help landlords offset a major collapse in revenue. Landlords using the CECRA, which is administered by the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp.