Staff member tests positive for COVID-19 at Mississauga retirement home
Ontario reports 491 new COVID-19 cases, highest daily increase in months
Popular tea and dessert spot now open at Square One in Mississauga
All COVID-19 cases in Mississauga schools for the week of September 21 to 26
Ontario reports 435 new COVID-19 cases, no new deaths
Health care association urging province to impose more stringent restrictions on non-essential businesses
The Ontario Hospital Association (OHA) is urging the province to impose restrictions on non-essential businesses and activities that facilitate social gatherings in order to curb the spread of COVI
Mississauga bookstore workers vote to unionize, a month after retailer reports losses
TORONTO -- Workers at an Indigo Books and Music Inc. location in Mississauga, Ont., have voted in favour of unionization.
Ontario hiring 98 more labour inspectors to speed up pandemic workplace response
TORONTO -- Ontario says it will hire 98 new labour inspectors this fall as part of efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in workplaces.
Province permits employers to defer contributions to pension plans until March
The Province is allowing employers to defer contributions to certain defined benefit pension plans to help with the business' cash flow during the pandemic.
Restaurateurs urging feds for assistance as patio season winds down
Now that the weather is starting to turn, and patio season is beginning to wind down, coupled with the fact cases are once again increasing, restaurant owners are concerned about what this wi
Job postings still down from 2019 numbers, but gap is narrowing
Despite the fact many businesses have reopened now that the majority of the country has entered Stage 3, online job postings still aren’t where they were a year ago.
Two Mississauga students awarded scholarships from Walmart
Two young Walmart employees from Mississauga now have a little bit more money to put towards their education after being awarded the Walmart Canada Associate Scholarship.
Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.6 per cent in July
OTTAWA -- Statistics Canada says retail sales rose 0.6 per cent in July to $52.9 billion, helped by higher sales at motor vehicle and parts dealers and gasoline stations.
Surging demand for wheat, canola boost struggling Ontario shippers
OTTAWA -- The Chamber of Marine Commerce says that demand for wheat, canola and soybeans is pushing grain shipments up by 20 per cent in some of Ontario ports.
Business leaders concerned about physical distancing as more employees return to work
As more businesses continue to reopen, many leaders are concerned about how they will be able to facilitate physical distancing in the workplace.
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