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Liza Provenzano – Having That Tough Conversation About Performance – PODCAST

People are promoted to management for a number of reasons. They’re really good at their job, so they get a promotion. They’re good with motivating people, so they get a promotion. One very important part of being a manager is


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Sean Jennings – Advanced Email Security – PODCAST

Scrubbing your emails so you deflect the unwanted ones and only receive the valuable ones is no easy task. BUT it can be done. Implementing advanced email security Is possible but it does take a skill rarely taught by a


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Nearly All Businesses and Public Spaces to Reopen in Stage 3

TORONTO — The Ontario government announced nearly all businesses and public spaces will reopen in Stage 3 of the province’s reopening framework with public health and workplace safety measures and restrictions in place. As Ontario continues down the path to


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Jonathan Borrelli – Court Decision Changes Termination Clause Interpretation – PODCAST

A recent court decision may have an impact on employment contracts you have in place with your employees. All of a sudden, that iron clad termination clause you had included years ago, may not be enforceable. A court of appeal


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Proudly Supporting Ontario’s Manufacturing Sector

VAUGHAN — As the province safely and gradually reopens, Ontario is starting down the road to growth, renewal and economic recovery. That’s why the Ontario government is proud to support the launch of the Ontario Made program from Canadian Manufacturers


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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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July 7th, 2020 | International Trade Information Webinar | MBOT EVENTS

On July 7th, 2020, MBOT hosted an information webinar: Take Advantage of Trade Opportunities As Economies Re-Open Speakers:  Nicole Latour, MBA – EDC District Manager – GTA West, Commercial Markets and Small Business Robert Sanders, MBA – EDC Senior Account


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