TORONTO -- Indigo Books & Music Inc. is reporting a surge in losses caused by non-cash charges in the quarter that closed out its fiscal year ended March 28.
In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, many companies have had to layoff employees, and many Canadians are out of work.
As a result of the pandemic, many Canadians have transitioned to working from home, and many don't expect this will change in the near future.
More regions of Ontario are moving into the second stage of the province's reopening plan today, including parts of the Greater Toronto Area.
OTTAWA -- Mid-sized Canadian businesses that are strapped for cash because of COVID-19 can now apply through their own banks to get loans of up to $60 million from the federal government.
A coalition of Black-owned businesses is urging the Provincial and Federal Governments for support.
A group that represents Mississauga businesses is urging city council to press the province to allow the city to enter stage 2 of Ontario's reopening plan, arguing that the city has its coronavirus
While the Region of Peel has still not been permitted by the Province to enter Stage 2 of Ontario’s COVID-19 reopening plan, according to Mayor Bonnie Crombie it could happen as early as Monday.
In order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus, many companies have had to layoff employees, and many Canadians are out of work.
While small-business owners are eager to get back to work, many expect to face significant barriers when it comes to hiring or recalling staff.