COVID-19
Poll Results and Daily Update
April 1, 2020
Supporting Business
Yesterday we asked:
Are you satisfied with the Federal help for business during COVID-19?
LET OUR POLITICAL LEADERS KNOW
HOW SERIOUS COVID-19 IS AFFECTING YOUR BUSINESS
PLEASE TAKE OUR 1 QUESTION POLL
WE'RE LISTENING!
The Federal Wage Subsidy will start to flow in 4 to 6 weeks. Can you wait that long for reimbursement?
Please select your answer below
Yes, I can do it
No, it's not possible for me
It's possible if I can get financing to help me through
They're making it too difficult, I give up.
Government Announces Details of the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy
Subsidy equal to 75% of wages to a max of $58,700
Must experience a drop in revenue of 30% in March, April or May
Portal to apply for the subsidy to open in 4 to 6 weeks.

Ontario Joins Forces with the Private Sector
 to Fight COVID-19
The Ontario government is launching a new $50 million Ontario Together Fund to help businesses provide innovative solutions or retool their operations in order to manufacture essential medical supplies and equipment, including gowns, coveralls, masks, face shields, testing equipment and ventilators.
Sales Prep For
Post COVID - 19
Business Activity

Join Host
David Wojcik
and his Guest
Linda Kern
The Kern Group
NUMBER OF COVID-19
CASES IN PEEL REGION
The number of COVID-19 cases in Peel Region continues to rise.
As of April 1, 2020 at 10:00 AM there were
309 Cases Confirmed
Alectra Steps Up to Help and Commits:
No Disconnection of Service for 90 Days

We are pleased to applaud Alectra for responding to the needs of their customers during this time of crisis.
For every dollar donated to the Eden Food bank during the month of April,
Kothari Group will match up to $25,000.
PLEASE DONATE.
THE SMALLEST AMOUNT
CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
The City of Mississauga will host a second Tele Town Hall session
on Wednesday, April 8
to address concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and
to update the public and local businesses
about what the City is doing to protect their health and safety.
City of Mississauga Delays Decision on Canceling Public Events
This morning, Mississauga City Council held its regular meeting. Council has not approved any further actions or supports relative to COVID19. 
At the April 8, 2020 meeting, Council will consider reports on
the Municipal Accommodation Tax (MAT)
that is collected and remitted by hotels to the
City of Mississauga and to decide
on the cancelling of public events/festivals.
COVID-19 RESOURCE CENTRE
For More Information or Answers to Your Questions
Contact Brad Butt
Vice-President of Government & Stakeholder Relations