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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 Investing More Than $1 Billion to Expand COVID-19 Testing and Contact Tracing

TORONTO — The Ontario government is building on the largest provincial testing initiative in Canada by providing $1.07 billion to expand COVID-19 testing and case and contact management. The government is also immediately investing $30 million to prevent and manage


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Liza Provenzano – Having Effective 1 – 1 Meetings With Your Team – PODCAST

Part of the responsibility of a team leader is connecting with each team member on a regular one on one basis. So how do you prepare for the meetings and what should you be talking about. Should you have an


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Ontario Restores Transparency and Accountability to the Province’s Finances

TORONTO — The Ontario government is releasing the 2019-20 Public Accounts and delivering on the government’s commitment to restore transparency and accountability to the province’s finances. For the third year in a row, the Auditor General has provided a clean


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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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Michelle Eaton – The She-Covery Project – PODCAST

The COVID-19 pandemic took it’s toll on thousands of Ontarians. A recent brief commissioned by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce how women were affected by the pandemic. To help us with the discussion is Michelle Eaton. Michelle is the Vice


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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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COVID-19 Response: Reduction in Social Gathering Limits to 10 Indoors and 25 Outdoors

The City of Mississauga will be enforcing the reduction in social gathering limits to 10 people indoors and 25 people outdoors as announced by the Government of Ontario, in effect as of September 18,2020. The amended provincial orders under the Reopening Ontario (A


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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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