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19 May 2020

My Business Got Slammed By COVID-19: How Do I Manage With Less Money?

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Most small businesses we know have made zero to minimal revenues since the lockdown started on March 15. But that has not stopped our obligations to pay rent, wages, utilities, and amounts owing to suppliers. Fortunately, the government is rolling out its plan to gradually reopen the economy. I emphasize gradual because the experts anticipate a vaccine in 18 to 24 months. So normal as we know it, and by extension, the revenue we have grown accustomed to, will likely not return until then. Which leads us to today’s question: How do I manage with less money?

06 May 2020

Resuming Residential Construction in Ontario: What Does That Mean?

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On Monday, May 4 at 12:01 a.m., the Ontario government reopened a large portion of the construction industry. However, in order to resume construction, contractors must comply with strict public health measures and operate safely during the COVID-19 outbreak. This article takes a look at how your residential construction project may be impacted going forward.

28 Apr 2020

Can My Ex Keep Me Away From My Child Because Of COVID-19?

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A concerning impact of COVID-19 is the impact on child access arrangements. Naturally, parents have their children’s best interests in mind, and this extends to minimizing the possibility that children will be exposed to the COVID-19 virus. In a nuclear family, ensuring minimal contact with the virus would require keeping children at home. But this solution is more complicated for families where biological parents are living apart.

24 Apr 2020

Major Food Insecurity Is Coming: Here's What You Should Know

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One thing that is undeniable during this lockdown is how much we are eating. There is even a cute new term for how “fluffy” many of us are getting amidst the Netflix binging … and other types of binging, they call it “Pandemic Pounds”.

24 Apr 2020

Tips To Growing A Thriving Home Vegetable Garden

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COVID-19 is forcing many of us to be realistic about how readily available our foods might be, and how we can all become a little more self-sufficient. Starting your own vegetable garden is a great way to cut down on your grocery bill.

15 Apr 2020

Why You Should Use A VPN For Your Smartphone

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The COVID-19 crisis has brought on a slew of concerns that go beyond the health impacts of the virus itself. With countries like China using, what seems to be extreme surveillance methods to track people and the spread of the virus, it may only be a matter of time before western countries follow suit.

13 Apr 2020

You Can Use This Quarantine to Elevate Your Wellness Journey

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I’ve lived my life on the road as a full-time nomad for 3 years, so I am no stranger to staying healthy while indoors. For years, I’ve worked from home running my business online while traveling the world.  Staying fit without equipment is my norm; hotel rooms and Airbnbs have been my “gym” for as long as I can remember. Staying healthy in unfamiliar times may not come naturally to most, so I’m here to assure you that maintaining (and even elevating) your wellness journey, while in quarantine, is completely possible!

12 Apr 2020

Tenants And Landlords Should Meet In The Middle During COVID-19 Crisis

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The COVID-19 Pandemic has unleashed havoc in many industries as a result of forced business closures and social distancing orders. The government and court have provided some guidance on how COVID-19 will impact residential leases, but still, there has been a lot of uncertainty for residential landlords and tenants. This article will focus on why it is important for residential landlords and tenants to work out if necessary, payment or deferral of rent.

30 Mar 2020

How The Courts Are Dealing With Real Estate Disputes During COVID19

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Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, the economy has been struggling to maintain the balance between continued delivery of essential services and the need to promote physical distancing. Ontario’s court system has been trying to balance public health concerns with the need to continue promoting access to justice.

10 Mar 2020

Potential Impacts of Coronavirus on The Workplace

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Since the beginning of 2020, the world has been concerned about the Novel Coronavirus. Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that can cause influenza-like symptoms in humans. An interesting characteristic of Coronaviruses is that they are “zoonotic”, meaning they can be transferred between humans and animals.

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