When pharmacist Cathy Puffer opened her own business in 2009 in downtown Lindsay, she says she set goals of providing outstanding professional pharmacy care and support throughout the community.
A local computer support company, Kawartha Computer Clinic in Lindsay, has obtained almost 100 refurbished Desktop PC’s from an organization hoping they will get into the hands of families and people in need of a PC.
A Cannington-based family business is hoping to grow its business in Kawartha Lakes.
Lindsay resident Bob Armstrong will join a task force created by the federal government to help alleviate supply chain issues.
$750,000 investment to come from government
TS Manufacturing is investing $5 million into its plant, with $750,000 from the new Advanced Manufacturing and Innovation Competitiveness (AMIC) stream of the Regional Development Program.
Competing against all 110 Days Inn properties across Canada, Lindsay’s Days Inn & Suites has once again walked away with three big awards.
Entrepreneurs motivated by passion, ideas and a willingness to take risks
Self-employment has been relatively stable in Kawartha Lakes over the previous two decades. Approximately 12 per cent of Kawartha Lakes’ workforce is self-employed, a category that analysts expect will remain vital to the local economy for the foreseeable future.