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Lockdown 2.0

The Province announced to day that we will in Lockdown starting December 26th for 28 days. All non-essential business will be closed. More details are ni the news release. See link below. Remote learning for Elementary Schools starting Jan 4th until Jan 11th. Remote...

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LockDown 2: Information for Businesses.

Link to the program page CEBA requirements and deadlines have changed: As of December 4, 2020, CEBA loans for eligible businesses will increase from $40,000 to $60,000. Applicants who have received the $40,000 CEBA loan may apply for the $20,000 expansion, which...

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Shopping Local is rewarding and fun!

Join the Questionable Comedians as they continue to hunt for gifts for local dignitaries! Like this post to win the all the gifts purchased! Contest rules available here: https://cornwallchamber.com/content/contest-rules/ Questionable Comedians

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Shopping Local is rewarding and fun!

Join the Questionable Comedians as they hunt for gifts for local dignitaries! Watch the video here!  Like this post to win all the gifts purchased! Contest runs until Dec 24th,2020 at 11:59pm EST Complete rules available here:...

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COVID-19 Education and Enforcement Campaign:

We have important information to share with you regarding COVID-19 Education and Enforcement Campaign taking place this week. The Province has put together a campaign to educate businesses on operating safely during COVID-19 and will be inspecting businesses in the...

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CFDC Announces Creation of COVID-19 Business Relief Advisor

Cornwall & The Counties Community Futures Development Corporation is pleased to announce that through the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF) provided by FedDev Ontario we have contracted a bilingual, temporary, full-time COVID-19 Business Relief Advisor to...

The Cornwall & Area Chamber of Commerce supports and encourages businesses to operate to the fullest extent allowed by emergency orders. However, we want the directives to be applied fairly to all companies regardless of what they sell.

Businesses that are allowed to be open for in-store purchases because they sell goods or services that are deemed essential should only be allowed to sell those goods or services to in-store customers. All non-essential goods must be sold through curbside and...

Fairness for all

The Cornwall & Area Chamber of Commerce supports and encourages businesses to operate to the fullest extent allowed by emergency orders. However, we want the directives to be applied fairly to all companies regardless of what they sell.Businesses that are allowed...

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