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Government provides update on support for furloughed employees under the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy has been protecting jobs by helping businesses keep employees on the payroll and encouraging employers to re-hire previously laid off workers. On September 25th,, the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, the Honourable Chrystia


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Peter Hall – What Ever Happened To CETA? – PODCAST

Here’s a trivia question for you. What does Chile. Columbia and Peru have in common other than being South American countries. The all have free trade agreements with Canada. Canada has fourteen of them around the globe and that represents


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New Public Health Measures Implemented Provincewide to Keep Ontarians Safe

TORONTO — In consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health, and other health experts, the Ontario government has amended order O. Reg 364/20: Rules for Areas in Stage 3 under the Reopening Ontario (A Flexible Response to COVID-19) Act, 2020, to


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Brad Butt – The Throne Speech – PODCAST

The Governor General delivered the Throne Speech this week, which is essentially the plan the government has for our future. The Throne Speech is subject to a confidence vote considering the current government is in a minority position. To help


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Ontario Set to Employ the Largest Number of Labour Inspectors in Provincial History

TORONTO – “Our government is taking the steps necessary to protect Ontario workers on the job and keep our economy on the road to full recovery,” said Minister of Labour, Training and Skills Development Monte McNaughton. “By adding more inspectors


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Sharon Worsley – Customer Service Nightmares Part 2 – PODCAST

Well here we go again with David’s customer service nightmares part 2. Nothing urks him more than poor customer service. Sometimes it’s the lack of good manners, like pointing in the general direction of something, or a colleague who interrupts


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Province Welcomes Federal Government’s Decision to Accept Made-in-Ontario Emissions Performance Standards

TORONTO – Today, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks Jeff Yurek made the following statement regarding the future of Ontario’s Emissions Performance Standards (EPS) program: “After over a year of discussions, we are very pleased that the federal government


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Ontario Presses Ottawa to Increase Share of Health Funding

TORONTO ― Premier Doug Ford is pressing the federal government to immediately lay out a plan to fund provincial priorities, including responding to future waves and surges of COVID-19, strengthening health and long-term care, increasing testing and quarantine enforcement at


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Michelle Eaton – Canada United Relief Fund Recap – PODCAST

The Canada United campaign which ran from August 28th to 30th was in support of our local businesses. I visited three of our Mississauga BIA areas with Mayor Bonnie Crombie to spread the word to shop local. The campaign, sponsored


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Peter Hall – The K Shaped Economic Recovery – PODCAST

Working in today’s economy feels, at times, like being on a roller coaster built on a raft that is whitewater rafting down the Ottawa River without a lifejacket or a paddle. The information we receive can change daily and seems


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