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Federal government launches Tourism Relief Fund to help tourism businesses and organizations recover and grow

In March 2020, tourism came to a screeching halt as public safety measures kept most Canadians home and international borders closed. Now that vaccination efforts are paying off and declining case rates are allowing the easing of restrictions, tourism businesses



Ontario Investing Over $45 Million to Reconstruct the South Common Community Centre and Library in Mississauga

MISSISSAUGA – The Ontario government is investing over $45 million to support the reconstruction of the South Common Community Centre and Library in Mississauga. The new community centre will have expanded indoor and outdoor fitness spaces, an aquatics centre and



City of Mississauga to Enter Step Two of Roadmap to Reopen on June 30

Effective June 30 at 12:01 a.m., the City of Mississauga will enter Step Two of the province’s Roadmap to Reopen. Step Two permits personal services to open, increases outdoor gathering limits and allows for smaller indoor gatherings. “I’m proud of the



Government of Canada’s first phase to easing border measures for travellers entering Canada

The Government of Canada is taking a responsible, precautionary approach at the border by continually monitoring available data and scientific evidence to protect the health and safety of Canadians. Today, the Government of Canada is announcing the details of the



Council Approves Amendments to Face Mask By-Law and Extension to September 30

Based on the advice of Peel Public Health, Council approved an extension to the City’s Mandatory Face Mask By-Law to September 30, 2021, as well as other amendments. The Mandatory Face Mask By-Law, previously named the Mandatory Face Covering By-Law,



Peter Hall – Price Pressures In A Post-Pandemic World – PODCAST

With economies now beginning to reopen, demand pressures are increasing, however, there are still constraints to growth. To help us with the discussion is Peter Hall. Peter is the Vice President and Chief Economist for Export Development Canada. With over


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Ontario Further Accelerates Second Doses in Delta Hot Spots

TORONTO — As Ontario prepares to move to Step One of its Roadmap to Reopen at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, June 11, 2021, the province is further expanding eligibility for accelerated second doses in Delta hot spots to ensure a strong level of protection against COVID-19



Ontario Introduces Streamlined Employment Supports

TORONTO – The Ontario government is making it easier for people to restart their careers and support their families through the creation of an integrated and seamless employment services system. The new system will combine employment programs from social assistance,



MEDIA RELEASE: Mississauga Board of Trade Extremely Disappointed in Mississauga’s Decision to Stay “Opted Out” from Retail Cannabis Stores

MEDIA RELEASE   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                             June 9, 2021   Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) Extremely Disappointed in Mississauga’s Decision to Stay “Opted Out” from Retail Cannabis Stores   (Mississauga – June 9, 2021) –   Today, the Mississauga General



Canada and Ontario invest more than $115.1 Million in municipal infrastructure to respond to the impacts of COVID-19 in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area

Toronto, Ontario, June 9, 2021—The governments of Canada and Ontario are investing more than $115.1 million to protect the health, and well- being of residents in 30 municipalities across the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA). Details were provided by




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