Ontario

Ontario

Province of Canada

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May 1, 2020

Ontario government allowing some businesses to reopen on May 4

Ford said today's announcement marks an "important starting point" in Ontario's path to reopening the economy.

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Geoff Zochodne
July 29, 2020
Financial Post
But without certainty a Canada-wide regulator will actually happen -- after 10 years of study -- task force chair says it must press ahead
Victor Ferreira
July 28, 2020
Financial Post
Task force out to 'strike a balance between granting more transparency for companies and more freedom for investors'
Patricia Lovett-Reid
July 24, 2020
CTVNews
A survey from Finder.com has found 2.8 million, or nearly 1 in every 10 Canadians have seen their living arrangements change due to COVID-19 and 1 million Canadians are still thinking about moving in with family, CTV News' Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid writes in her column on CTVNews.ca.
Sean Davidson
July 23, 2020
Toronto
As most of Ontario enters the final stage of the government's reopening plan, many employees are wondering how long they will continue to work from home.
The Canadian Press
July 22, 2020
Toronto
Executives at Cineplex Inc. are urging the Ontario government to loosen restrictions over how many people can occupy its cinemas at a single time.
Larysa Harapyn
July 16, 2020
Financial Post
Rocco Rossi, CEO and President of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, speaks about how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting Ontario's economy
Geoff Zochodne
July 10, 2020
Financial Post
Other recommendations include requiring semi-annual, rather than quarterly, financial statements and hiking maximum fine to $5 million
The Canadian Press
July 8, 2020
CTVNews
Ontario's private cannabis stores will have to give up offering delivery and curbside pickup next week -- and they're not happy about it.
By Luke Andrews For Mailonline
July 2, 2020
Mail Online
Recordings reveal how the song started off in British Columbia before reaching Alberta in 2004, Ontario in 2014, and the east coast by 2019. The old call has virtually disappeared.
Geoffrey Morgan
June 26, 2020
Financial Post
Line 5's shutdown could be a blow for every refinery in southern Ontario, which depends on it for its crude supplies
June 25, 2020
WebWire
We've missed you! The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) is excited to announce its plans to safely reopen, following public health and government of Ontario guidelines. We can't wait to open our doors and welcome you back. We will be welcoming our community back in stages: On July 2, the AGO will open to Members and Annual Pass Holders who book timed-entry tickets in advance. Members can book tickets starting June 25 and Annual Pass holders can book starting June 26. Not a Member or an Annu...
Natalie Raffoul
June 23, 2020
BetaKit
Natalie Raffoul and Benjamin Bergen share insights on how the federal Industry Strategy Council could set the course for the Canadian economy post-pandemic.
Josh Scott
June 19, 2020
BetaKit
The free new online business support program will help Ontario businesses adapt to a more digital world during and post-COVID-19.
The Canadian Press
June 18, 2020
Financial Post
Trudeau told a daily news briefing that the app -- which will be voluntary -- would be available to download next month
Isabelle Kirkwood
June 11, 2020
BetaKit
Digital Main Street and its ShopHERE program have received a collective $57 million investment from the federal government and the Government to Ontario.
The Canadian Press
June 9, 2020
CTVNews
Two competing Canadian shipyards announced plans to team up to win a multibillion-dollar contract to build a new polar icebreaker for the Canadian Coast Guard.
The Canadian Press
June 5, 2020
CTVNews
Outdoor retailer Sail is shrinking its footprint by a third with the closure of four stores in Quebec and two in Ontario that will affect about 500 workers.
Sophia Kunthara
June 1, 2020
Crunchbase News
The new funding will be used to accelerate the company's product roadmap for its enterprise customers and to grow Otto's global network of delivery partners.
The Canadian Press
June 1, 2020
Toronto
Ontario is temporarily amending its labour laws to help businesses avoid permanently laying off workers and paying out severance, which could send some into bankruptcy during the pandemic.
Larysa Harapyn
May 29, 2020
Financial Post
Rod Phillips on the province's path to economic recovery
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