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Ontario introduces job protection measures for COVID-19
17 March 2020
On March 16, the Ontario government announced that it intends to introduce legislation that, if passed, would immediately provide job-protected leave to employees in isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19, or those who need to be away from work to care for children because of school or day care closures.
Open Canada-US border a ‘huge relief’ for WEEDC, says president
16 March 2020
The president and CEO of the WindsorEssex Economic Development Corporation (WEEDC) says it’s a “huge relief” the border between Canada and the U.S. is still open, even if it’s largely closed to most non-Canadians.
Industrial Niagara, a new exhibition at Rodman Hall Arts Centre, on view March 7
9 March 2020
Industrial Niagara, an exhibition, brings together key works by members of the Research Centre, Studies in Arts and Culture, Brock University.
Brock University News
A pet food empire is being built in Thorold
24 January 2020
Thorold is about to become home to one of the largest pet-food producers in the country. At least that is the goal that Niagara Pet Nutrition is aiming for with the construction of their multi million dollar plant just off Allanport Road in Port Robinson.
Automakers, suppliers wait on electricity relief in Ontario
9 January 2020
Ontario’s economic development minister — the third in a year — said the provincial government’s long-promised plan to cut electricity rates for businesses would be unveiled in “the near future,” but he would not disclose details or a timeline.
Automotive News Canada