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Half-million dollars stolen from City of Burlington in email scam
Province says two-way, all-day service in the works for GO Train line that runs through Halton Hills
Halton roofer wins quarter of a million dollars
Milton re-enforcing parking fines, joining other Halton municipalities
Jobs promised in Milton through new defence contract
The Ministry of National Defence announced it will be bringing jobs to Milton in the form of production on the new Armoured Combat Support Vehicles (ACSV).
One-third of small business owners feel they aren’t being supported by their community
One-third of Canadian small-business owners say they are not feeling supported by their community
Costco launches same-day delivery service
Costco and Instacart have announced they have joined forces to provide a delivery service for the bulk supplier.
These Halton Beer Store locations will be open this coming Civic Holiday Monday
If you’re planning to grab some beer this Civic holiday Monday, you’re in luck!
Take commercial landlords ‘out of the equation’ for rent relief, says CFIB
TORONTO -- A lobby group says landlords need to be taken "out of the equation" of the government's small business rent relief plan as another month's rent comes due.
PICK A SIDE: Should bars and restaurants be fully reopening?
With more and more regions throughout Ontario being allowed to enter Stage 3, more businesses are being permitted to reopen, while others are being permitted to offer additional services.
Consumers flocked to online shopping as pandemic hit, with e-commerce sales up 99 per cent
OTTAWA -- Statistics Canada says online retail sales doubled as the measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic were enacted.
Number of Canadians shopping in stores increases during May: report
Good news for local retailers wary about Canadians turning to online shopping, the number of Canadians shopping in physical stores is on the rise.
Statistics Canada analysis suggests small hit to inflation from pandemic
OTTAWA -- Statistics Canada says Canadians' buying patterns changed so much during the COVID-19 pandemic that its measure of consumer inflation went a little wobbly.
Many restaurant owners believe it could take a year before their businesses return to profitability
Despite the fact restaurants have been permitted to resume offering dine-in services--albeit in a reduced capacity--many restaurateurs believe it will take at least a year for their establishments to
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Several popular clothing stores closing down for good in Canada
Challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic have prompted the forthcoming shuttering of several popular stores, including LOFT, Ann Taylor, Lane Bryant, Justice and Lou & Grey.
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