Please see the notice I’ve received from UPS in Orillia
Please see the notice I’ve received from UPS in Orillia
UPS Store | 3 – 200 Memorial Ave, Orillia, Ontario L3V 5X6 Canada
That information is on the Fed Dev website and is accessed through the Community Futures agency in your area. Here is the link
In the meantime – below are some guidelines to check out.
To ensure that small businesses have access to the capital they need to see them through the current challenges, the Government of Canada has launched the new Canada Emergency Business Account, which has been implemented by eligible financial institutions in cooperation with Export Development Canada (EDC).
This $25 billion program provides interest-free loans of up to $40,000 to small businesses and not-for-profits, to help cover their operating costs during a period where their revenues have been temporarily reduced, due to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
This will better position them to quickly return to providing services to their communities and creating employment.
Repaying the balance of the loan on or before December 31, 2022 will result in loan forgiveness of 25 percent (up to $10,000).
Per the requirements of the Program, as set out by the Government of Canada, the Borrower confirms that:
The funds from this loan shall only be used by the Borrower to pay non-deferrable operating expenses of the Borrower including, without limitation, payroll, rent, utilities, insurance, property tax and regularly scheduled debt service, and may not be used to fund any payments or expenses such as prepayment/refinancing of existing indebtedness, payments of dividends, distributions and increases in management compensation.
Thanks everyone for helping out! Brian is still looking. Do you know anyone?
Looking for a place to live — Classic EditorMy name is Brian Chew (Grow Vantage 34) Due to my current situation I am looking for a large bachelor or one bedroom apartment to rent. I would prefer a quiet place if possible but I do like to play and listen to music in the evenings. I am an older mature man, very interested in health and handy around the home. If you have anything or anyone I could speak with please contact me.
Regardless of your eligibility, we have partnered with the Canadian Chamber of Commerce to bring you the below webinars to further your digital skills knowledge across Facebook’s family of apps and services.
Any questions? Read our FAQs.
The Boost with Facebook Team
This information was sent to me via email. In the current environment – maintaining our balance is important – and not always easy. Robin Sharma has an offer that you might find helpful in managing the stress of the times….
Hope you and your loved ones are safe, strong and bullish on a brighter future Patricia.
I have zero doubt better days are ahead.
We just need to navigate this transition period with courage, grace and unusual optimism.
I’ve worked extremely hard to send you free reports, carefully considered posts and other resources to serve your rise during this remarkable upheaval.
Many of my clients and those who follow me on social media are experiencing lockdown fatigue.
We’ve been inside for a long time. And so it’s common to have these symptoms:
—a sense of always feeling tired
—a need for foods that comfort
—a desire to escape into digital diversions
—a feeling of subtle dread
—a lack of fire to be productive
While this time of forced quietude is a wonderful time to handcraft some amazing work if The Muse shows up for you, I also wish to clearly say that we are human. And it’s ok to feel not ok.
Society schools us into believing that if we’re not singing from the treetops and dancing amid the rainbows, something is wrong with us right now.
This is not true.
Our world has fallen. Dramatic change has happened. Severe crisis has occurred.
You’d be inhuman if you didn’t feel the stress of the deep volatility, in some way or another.
So please: be gentle with yourself. Give yourself what your most self-loving (and wise) you needs.
…take the extra rest if you feel exhausted.
…eat the extra ice cream if you crave it.
…watch the extra movie if it’ll bring you joy.
There will be time for legendary performance. When this is all over.
Patricia—given that many of us across the planet cannot go outside, please know and trust that this is one of the finest times of your life to go inside.
…to clear out fear, doubt and long-held weakness.
…to reset your Mindset for mastery and purify your Heartset for higher humanity so you fly when better days arrive.
…to grow and evolve closer to your finest self, for your benefit and the blessing upon a better world.
If you wish to use this time at home to multiply your gifts and seriously upgrade your confidence, performance and heroism, then you’re going to absolutely love what I’m doing for you…
…I went into my private content archive and selected—based on client data— my top audio programs that have caused the deepest human growth and personal transformation.
The collection is called Success Mastery University.
All together the regular retail value is $2747.
Yet to do something extremely special for you to help you thrive in this hard time—and to ensure everyone can have access to this digital academy of world-class information to make you stronger, braver, happier and more productive…
…I’m making the complete collection of my top transformational audio programs in Success Mastery University available to you for only $7 [for a very limited time].
…The best way to make your life much better is to make yourself much stronger.
Registration for this block of memberships will close in a few hours and you really should take advantage of this absolutely fantastic opportunity to build your strength, wisdom and performance in these challenging times.
When you get your membership today you’ll save 99.74% off the regular price.
Here’s the list of each audio program:
1. How to Craft a World-Class Life [Value: $97]
2. Energy Explosion [Value: $77]
3. The Cure for Fear [Value: $195]
4. Manage Your Time Master Your Life [Value: $125]
5. Extraordinary Leadership [Value: $97]
6. A Simple Formula for Extraordinary Relationships [Value: $67]
7. The 7 Forms of Wealth [Value: $195]
8. Shine In The World [Value: $495]
9. The Alchemy of Success [Value: $95]
10. Simple Steps to Work Life Balance [Value: $69]
11. Meditation for Elite Performers – Volume 1 [Value: $95]
12. Meditation for Elite Performers – Volume 2 [Value: $95]
13. How to Be Remarkably Successful [Value: $147]
14. The Best Things I’ve Learned About Success In Leadership and In Life [Value: $197]
15. Exclusive Interview with Tony Robbins [$69 Value]
16. The Pyramid of Peak Performance [$197 Value]
17. The Peak Productivity Practices of the Pros [$197 Value]
18. The Change Session [$47 Value]
19. The 8 Cool Concepts Really Great Performers Know [$97 Value]
20. Leveraging Failure Into Greater Success [$97 Value]
Hope all this helps.
Stand strong and be of good courage.
Love + respect,
Humanitarian + Leadership Missionary
For more details see: https://www.growvantage.com/resources-during-covid-19/
Maryam Monsef, Minister For women and Gender Equality reported that a woman in Canada has died at the hands of their partner every 6 days during COVID-19. The rates and severity of violence have increased, particularly in more isolated and rural areas of our country. reports are that things are eerily quiet. Some some women are unable to seek help given increased scrutiny and control, as well as limited access to friends, extended family, community centres, schools and places of worship. She said: “The pandemic doesn’t make the violence stop – it just silences it… making gender-based violence a shadow pandemic.”
To ensure support organizations can continue their critical work, the government announced $50 million to support them – including $40 million to the Minister’s department and $10 million to Indigenous Services Canada for dedicated support to Indigenous women. Of the $40 million, $10 Million is being used to address gaps and $23 million has been provided to Women Shelters Canada, and the Canadian Women’s Foundation to get money into front-line organizations. 422 women’s shelters and 82 sexual assault centres have received funding . The funding is being used to continue safe operations, including remote operations, staff support and cleaning supplies. All eligible organizations will receive funding as of early June. They have reached a separate agreement with Quebec that will see over $6 million delivered to front line organizations.
May 16, 2020: To date more than 500 women’s shelters and sexual assault organization have received additional financial help from previous announcements, including Inasmuch House in Hamilton, the Miramichee Emergency Centre for Women, the Saskatoon Interval House and the South Okanagan Women in Need Society. A $350 emergency fund will mostly be distributed through various community organizations such as the Red Cross and United Way. The application process details will be published on partner association websites. Applications may begin to be submitted on Tuesday May 19th.
Thanks to Dave Munro – who found these links for any foodies out there