Business

Lindsay man tapped for Canadian task force that will address supply chain issues

Lindsay resident Bob Armstrong will join a task force created by the federal government to help alleviate supply chain issues.

TS Manufacturing invests $5 million into its plant, creates new jobs

$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.

Days Inn Lindsay takes home three national awards – again

Competing against all 110 Days Inn properties across Canada, Lindsay’s Days Inn & Suites has once again walked away with three big awards.

Self-employment in Kawartha Lakes

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. 

Lindsay Chamber finds its new executive director

The Lindsay + District Chamber of Commerce has hired Allyssa Adams to be its next executive director.

Hustle culture is centuries in the making, but we do have a choice

Did we ever stand a chance? We have gotten to a point where we feel the constant need to be busy. 

Small business spotlight in Kawartha Lakes

Diane Steven has played a role in launching many successful local entrepreneurs

The decision to take an entrepreneurial or small business path can be sparked for many reasons, including a paycheque that doesn’t go as far as it used to, a job that no longer challenges, or unexpected unemployment.