The City offers grants to eligible commercial property owners for improvements to commercial building façades. This could include, but is not limited to, brick cleaning, restoration, doors, signage, windows, lighting, masonry, awnings, or making building entrances wheelchair accessible.
The deadline for this year's program is Thursday, May 3, 2018. You can Download the Application and visit www.toronto.ca for additional details. Note, however, that funding is available on a first-come-first-serve basis, so don't hesitate to get your submissions in!
For more information, contact Michael Saunders at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone at 416-392-1005.
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Do you use Instagram or Facebook for business? How about Twitter? Do you have a website, or at least a landing page?
Digital Main Street is a platform that connects main street businesses to the digital world. By joining Digital Main Street, main street businesses receive a free digital assessment and a recommended to-do list that identifies technologies and service providers that can help businesses meet their digital goals.
Digital Main Street is also home to news, events, case studies and stories that will help main street businesses sustain the digital tools they have adopted. For upcoming events and more, visit digitalmainstreet.ca/events.
Partnered with the City of Toronto, TABIA, and Kinetic Cafe.
YES is a not-for-profit agency that has been providing youth with employment support since 1968. It is an Employment Ontario program that is funded by the Ontario Government. There are many benefits to using YES Employer Services, such as:
Free job posting service
Free applicant interviews and onsite job fairs
Pre-screening of candidates
Employment Consultants to assist the process
Find out more at www.yes.on.ca/employers/ and learn about the Youth Job Connection (YJC) program at www.yes.on.ca/youth-job-connection/. You can also visit their Bloor by the Park location directly at 1610 Bloor St W.
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The Ontario Ministry of Labour (MOL) has developed products, such as printed workbooks and e-learning modules, which are available at no cost and can be used to train health and safety awareness requirements for every worker and supervisor under Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).
To view available resources, please click on the following link:
For direct access to the eLearning module:
Follow this link to the Ontario Ministry of Labour's FAQ page regarding regulation:
To acquire the mandatory poster that summarizes the health and safety rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers: