Hello all,

I hope this email finds you well after a peaceful Easter weekend and a fresh delivery of snow from Mother Nature.

We have details from the Federal government on their various support programs for business , you can find all of the latest information on the Canadian Business Resilience Network Website linked below.

Our print media partners have included ads in this publication to help you get the word out about your business operations, and we have published the latest in our series on working on your b usiness when you can't work in it . This time, we are talking about digital communications and social media housekeeping.

As I have mentioned, feel free to send me an email that describes how this is impacting your business.

I will close by wishing you and your loved ones all the best, I hope to talk with you soon.

Jennifer M. Locke
Executive Director
Haliburton Highlands Chamber of Commerce
COVID-19 is a hugely disruptive force on businesses and the Canadian economy. To win this fight, we need every person and financial resource focused on this pandemic.

Whether you are self-employed, a small business owner or a large enterprise, you shouldn’t have to worry about losing your business and your employees shouldn’t have to worry about losing their jobs.

In this webpage , we highlight public and private sector programs and initiatives across Canada that support businesses and their employees. In some instances, details are still to be announced by government.
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