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Ontario Helping Businesses Take New Technologies to Global Markets

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Ontario Helping Businesses Take New Technologies to Global Markets

Ontario Helping Businesses Take New Technologies to Global Markets Ontario is partnering with IBM Canada and Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) to help up to 500 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) create jobs, embrace next-generation technologies and compete in the global marketplace. Ontario Helping Businesses Take New Technologies to Global Markets Source: Ontario […]

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Quicker enforcement times for lot maintenance complaints

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Quicker enforcement times for lot maintenance complaints

The City of Port Colborne now has a by-law in place insuring that lot maintenance complaints received will be processed quicker and more efficiently, results will be achieved in shorter timelines. “The current process we use now is the property standards process,” Sherry Hanson, Senior Municipal Law Enforcement Officer, City of Port Colborne said in […]

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Ontario Lowering Fares For Union Pearson Express Riders

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Ontario Lowering Fares For Union Pearson Express Riders

Ontario Lowering Fares For Union Pearson Express Riders Ontario plans to lower the fares for the Union Pearson Express (UP Express) to attract new riders using the service between Pearson International Airport and Toronto’s downtown core. Ontario Lowering Fares For Union Pearson Express Riders Source: Ontario Government News

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Ontario Acting to End Violence Against Indigenous Women

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Ontario Acting to End Violence Against Indigenous Women

Ontario Acting to End Violence Against Indigenous Women The Ontario government has released Walking Together: Ontario’s Long-Term Strategy to End Violence Against Indigenous Women. The strategy outlines actions to prevent violence against Indigenous women and reduce its impact on youth, families and communities. Ontario Acting to End Violence Against Indigenous Women Source: Ontario Government […]

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Welland Top 10 business friendly places

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Welland Top 10 business friendly places

The Mayors Report with Welland Mayor Frank Campion By Welland Mayor Frank Campion – According to PROFITguide.com, Welland Ontario is ranked one of the top 10 business friendly places in Canada for 2015. The small town atmosphere has grown some big-city thinking when it comes to recruiting the industrial and business communities. Not only has […]

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2016 Pelham Operating Budget Approved

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2016 Pelham Operating Budget Approved

The Mayor’s Report with Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn By Pelham Mayor Dave Augustyn – Council recently approved the Town’s 2016 Operating Budget. The new budget translates into an increase of approximately 7.8% (or $107.44) on the Pelham portion of your property tax bill for the average residential property (assessed at $309,200). Since Pelham’s portion of […]

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