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Brad Butt – Stay-at-Home Order Extended – PODCAST

Peel rolls out 150,000 doses of vaccines this week, rapid testing kits are ready for businesses and Ontario’s paid sick day program is now in effect. To bring us up to speed with the details and more is Brad Butt.



Ontario Extending Stay-at-Home Order Until June 2

TORONTO — With the new, more contagious variants continuing to pose significant risks, the Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, has extended the Stay-at-Home Order (O. Reg. 265/21) until at least June 2, 2021. All



Province Launches New Ontario Tourism and Travel Small Business Support Grant

TORONTO – The Ontario government is providing one‐time payments of $10,000 to $20,000 to support eligible small tourism and travel businesses struggling to recover from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic through the new $100-million Ontario Tourism and Travel Small



Government of Canada continues to support southern Ontario businesses and organizations amid and beyond the global pandemic

Since the onset of the pandemic, Canada’s Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) have been delivering critical support to help businesses and organizations stay open, protect jobs and prepare for a strong recovery. Thanks to their unique connection to communities and local


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‘Doses After Dark’ 32-hour vaccination clinic coming to Peel Region

 For greater convenience in booking for our residents (and to have a little fun!), the Region of Peel will be running a “Doses After Dark” 32-hour marathon clinic at the International Centre in Mississauga this weekend. The clinic will run



Ontario Continues to Expand Booking Eligibility for COVID-19 Vaccines to More Ontarians

TORONTO — A stable and reliable increase in vaccine supply to Ontario is enabling the government to further expand eligibility to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment throughout the week of May 10, 2021. As of Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at



Ontario Supports Families, Businesses and Workers during COVID-19

TORONTO – Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, issued the following statement in response to today’s monthly employment release by Statistics Canada: “Employment in Ontario decreased by 152,700 in April. Driven by new, more contagious variants,


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Ontario Expands COVID-19 Rapid Testing Across Province

TORONTO – The Ontario government, in partnership with the federal government and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, has launched the COVID-19 Rapid Screening Initiative for small and medium-sized businesses across the province. The COVID-19 Rapid Screening Initiative will provide free



Government of Canada increases access to COVID-19 rapid testing for workers

News release Increasing rapid antigen testing will help identify people not showing symptoms of infection who may be carrying COVID-19 into workplaces and communities May 7, 2021 | Ottawa, ON | Health Canada Testing and screening, in combination with personal



Ontario to Modernize and Streamline Apprenticeship Training

TORONTO – The Ontario government is introducing new measures to help tradespeople get their certification from one reliable, streamlined destination through a new Crown agency, Skilled Trades Ontario, that would replace the Ontario College of Trades (OCOT). Today, Monte McNaughton,




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