Bring About What You Think About

The Northern Ontario Chambers of Commerce present a special FREE webinar event with EDDIE LEMOINE "What if you could 'Bring About What You Think About'?...

Most restaurants will need continued government support to survive Canada’s recovery from COVID-19

A new Restaurants Canada survey reveals the majority of foodservice businesses across the country are still losing money and could take at least a...

RAIN announces critical COVID-19 Recovery Fund

Sault Ste. Marie, ON - As COVID-19 continues to impact all sectors of the local and regional economy, a new funding program has been...

Statistics Canada to release April GDP report today, record plunge expected

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada will release its reading for gross domestic product for April this morning. The report is expected to show a record plunge as...

Ontario announces task force to review ways to revamp tow truck industry

TORONTO — Ontario is setting up a task force that will examine ways to reform the province's tow truck industry. The Monday afternoon announcement comes...

Five more test positive in COVID-19 outbreak tied to Kingston, Ont., nail salon

KINGSTON, Ont. — Five more people have tested positive for COVID-19 in an outbreak related to a nail salon in Kingston, Ont. The Kingston, Frontenac...

Porter Airlines extends suspension of flights until end of August

TORONTO — Porter Airlines is extending the suspension of all its flights until the end of August. The airline had previously planned to resume flying...

S&P/TSX composite edges higher, U.S. stocks mixed in early trading

TORONTO — Gains in the financial sector helped Canada's main stock index edge higher in early trading to start the week, while U.S. stock...
bottled water

Ontario proposes new water bottling policies, more municipal power

TORONTO — Ontario is proposing to effectively give municipalities veto power over new water bottling permits and set new rules and priorities for taking groundwater. The...

OPG pulls plug on plan to bury nuclear waste near the Lake Huron shoreline

TORONTO — Ontario's public generating company has pulled the plug on its plan to bury hazardous radioactive waste near the Lake Huron shoreline. The utility...