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Peter Hall – COVID Leading Indicators of Good News – PODCAST

Trailing indicators are where we derive most of our information AND through this information we can build trends and models to forecast economic activity. BUT it’s all historical information so when we can understand leading indicators, especially those that are


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Ontario Focusses on Renewal, Growth, and Economic Recovery

TORONTO – Today, Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, issued the following statement on Statistics Canada’s monthly employment release: “Today’s employment numbers are an indication that Ontario’s economy is beginning to stabilize as we continue to


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Brad Butt – Weekly Political Update – July 10 – PODCAST

Major developments throughout the province, but the main action was at City Hall as council debated mandatory face masks. To help us with the details is Brad Butt. Brad is the Vice President of Stakeholder and Government Relations for the


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Ontario Seeking Input on Modernizing Capital Markets

TORONTO — The Ontario government is continuing to seek advice and input from people and organizations on modernizing Ontario’s Capital Markets and supporting economic growth and job creation with the posting of the Capital Markets Modernization Taskforce initial consultation report. “As


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Building a Bridge for Businesses

Backgrounder The government has taken immediate and decisive action to help keep Canadians employed and support businesses through this challenging time. Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan includes support for businesses of all sizes so that they can avoid layoffs, pay their employees


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Special Bulletin from the Mississauga Board of Trade – July 9, 2020

Yesterday, Mississauga City Council met to deal with several items relating to the COVID19 pandemic.  Some of these directly affect businesses in Mississauga. Mandatory Face Covering By-law for Indoor Public Spaces Mississauga City Council approved a new by-law requiring face


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Ontario Extends Emergency Orders

TORONTO — The Ontario government, in consultation with Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health, has extended all emergency orders currently in force that were made under s.7.0.2(4) of the Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act to July 22, 2020. The extension was


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Ontario Starting Down the Path to Growth, Renewal and Economic Recovery

The Ontario government is taking the first step in a made-in-Ontario plan for growth, renewal and economic recovery. Today, the province introduced the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Act, proposed legislation that lays the foundation to restart jobs and development, strengthen communities, and


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Historic COVID-19 Plan Provides Canadians With the Support They Need to Get Through the Economic Crisis

July 8, 2020 – Ottawa, Ontario – Department of Finance Canada The COVID-19 crisis is the challenge of our generation. The Government of Canada has responded with rapid and broad-based emergency support measures to protect the health and economic well-being


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Ontario Introduces Legislation to Protect Public Health as Economy Reopens

TORONTO — Today, the Ontario government introduced proposed legislation that, if passed, would give the province the necessary flexibility to address the ongoing risks and effects of the COVID-19 outbreak. The proposed legislation is part of the government’s plan for


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