Businesses have suffered greatly over the last 19 months and continue to face unprecedented cash flow constraints and uncertainty. Many have operated under reduced capacity for a significant amount of time and have had to hire additional staff to verify documents or to implement new staff for security purposes because of the COVID-19 vaccine certificate requirements. In addition, due to travel restrictions and the closure of the US-Canada border, tourism has been at an all-time low, further impacting these businesses.
How you can use tourism to grow your business
Thursday, March 21, 2019
11:30am – 1:00pm
Chamber of Commerce Board Room
200 Syndicate Av S.
Have you ever wondered how tourism could help you attract new clients, retain great staff and grow your business? Are you looking for a new and innovative way to show your customers how you appreciate them or attract new talent to your team? Join Destination Thunder Bay, Thunder Bay’s only destination management company, as they share their knowledge on how investing in Thunder Bay will mean a brighter future for you and your business.
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The Ontario Tourism Recovery Program is now open for applications to Support Tourism Businesses in Attraction, Accommodation, and Leisure Travel Sectors. The province has confirmed that the $100 million Ontario Tourism Recovery Program, previously announced in the...
Effective Saturday, October 9, 2021, at 12:01 a.m., capacity limits will be lifted to allow 100 per cent capacity in the following settings: Concert venues, theatres and cinemas; Spectator areas of facilities for sports and recreational fitness (would not include...