Businesses want to ramp up economic activity quickly and safely in a way that allows Canadians to get back to work while protecting employees, customers and the general public. As they implement public health measures, businesses will need time to procure personal protective equipment and change how they operate. Policymakers need to develop clear, predictable measures that are coherent domestically and aligned internationally where possible, and that minimize unintended consequences. Doing so will give Canadians the confidence to return to their workplaces and patronize businesses in their communities.
Mike Balsom from YourTV speaks with Chamber President Eduardo R.Lafforgue
Hand-crafted fabric masks available for residents
One of the mask trees is on York Road, with others scattered around St. Davids and the Old Town. (Photo supplied) More residents are appearing around town in masks, as the message to the public has changed in support of the benefits of wearing...
Frontline and business: help us support you during COVID-19
Ontario is moving quickly to support the needs of frontline workers in responding to COVID-19. As the public health situation improves because of our collective efforts, Ontario will begin to reopen its doors in a three-staged approach, and will require us to operate differently than before.