Business

Lindsay Business Hub will ‘reinvent’ town’s workspace’

The Lindsay Business Hub had its grand opening recently, with Mayor Andy Letham and local MP Jamie Schmale in attendance.

Ramona and Larry Kozak, owners of the Lindsay Business Hub, say in a media release that the building will “reinvent Lindsay’s workspace.”

Hypnotherapist aims to help people discover more fulfilling lives

Hilary Leehane, consulting hypnotherapist, originally trained as an industrial designer — someone who develops concepts for manufactured products. The job would have combined art, business and engineering.

Award-winning facility management drawing company located in Lindsay

Engineering drawings are the lifeblood of managing any facility.

Podcast Teaser: A tale of two different pandemic small business stories

Though separated by barely a 10-minute walk in Lindsay’s downtown, they’re two businesses with two very different pandemic experiences. Tony’s… Continue reading “Podcast Teaser: A tale of two different pandemic small business stories”

Toronto breaks down neighbourhoods where COVID is occurring – why not Kawartha Lakes?

Lindsay Chamber to soon offer rapid COVID test kits to small businesses

The Lindsay + District Chamber of Commerce (LDCC) will soon be rolling out free rapid COVID tests for small and… Continue reading “Lindsay Chamber to soon offer rapid COVID test kits to small businesses”

Chamber of Commerce Awards of Excellence nominations now open

Nominations for the Lindsay + District Chamber of Commerce Awards of Excellence are now open. The awards are presented annually… Continue reading “Chamber of Commerce Awards of Excellence nominations now open”

Health unit encourages caution with move to reopening

As the province lifts a number of COVID-19 restrictions for some stores, services and activities in coming days, the local health unit asks people to continue staying safe every step of the way. 

As of 12:01 am on Friday (June 11), Ontario will enter Step 1 of its Roadmap to Reopen. In this first step, non-essential retailers will be able to reopen for limited in-person shopping, limited outdoor dining on restaurant patios will be allowed, more outdoor activities like camping, fitness classes and religious services can resume, and outdoor gathering sizes will double to up to 10 people.