Ontario Closing At-Risk Workplaces to Protect Health and Safety

List of Essential Workplaces   March 23, 2020 8:00 P.M. Office of the Premier For the purposes of this order, businesses include any-for-profit, non-profit or other entity providing the goods and services described herein. This does not preclude the provision

Mayor Bonnie Crombie Declares State of Emergency in Mississauga

City of Mississauga Declares a State of Emergency COVID-19 | March 23, 2020 Mayor Bonnie Crombie has declared a State of Emergency in the City of Mississauga in consultation with Mississauga City Council and the Office of Emergency Management. The declaration supports

Ontario Orders the Mandatory Closure of All Non-Essential Workplaces to Fight Spread of COVID-19

New Measures to Further Protect the Health and Safety of the People of Ontario March 23, 2020 1:30 P.M.   TORONTO — To further contain the spread of COVID-19, the Ontario Government will order the mandatory closure of all non-essential

Will There Be an Economic Rebound after COVID-19? – PODCAST

The National Post headline reads “Echoes of the 1930s” referring to the great depression that lasted for 43 months from roughly August 1929 to March 1933. There are a few causes of the Great Depression, but most were man made.

New Employment Standards under Provincial Emergency Measures – PODCAST

Business owners are scrambling to understand what help is available to keep staff working but based on the current Federal plan, some businesses just won’t be able to survive, let alone keep staff on the payroll. To help us understand

New Government Website Removes Barriers for Companies to Provide Essential Goods and Services

News Release Ontario Urges Business to Join the Fight Against COVID-19 March 21, 2020 New Government Website Removes Barriers for Companies to Provide Essential Goods and Services TORONTO — The Ontario Government is launching Ontario Together, a new website that will

MBOT Calls on the Region of Peel to Defer Utility Bills for Business and Residents

In a letter to Region of Peel Chair, Nando Iannicca, The Mississauga Board of Trade calls upon the Region defer payment for utility bills for business and residents. Read the letter here 20200320 – Defer Utility Bills – Letter to

City of Mississauga Approves Measures Aimed to Help Business and Workers in Mississauga

Mississauga, Ontario  —  At a special Council meeting on March 19, 2020, Mississauga City Council approved a number of measures to support business and residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recommendations made by the Mississauga Board of Trade (MBOT) factored into

FREE Webinar from BDC on Coping with COVID-19 – March 25th – 12PM (EDT)

The spread of COVID-19 poses important challenges to Canadian businesses. With the situation constantly evolving, you need to be prepared for any disruptions. Join BDC experts as they share short-term economic perspectives and advice on how to manage through the crisis Sign Up For

Province Implements Changes to Accommodate Ontarians during COVID-19

The Premier of Ontario announced new measures to accommodate off peak delivery of goods, provide alternatives to visiting Service Ontario offices and protect renters. The Province will set aside noise by-laws so delivery of goods can be made during off

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