Digital Main Street Partners with Province and City of Toronto to Help Main Street Businesses go Digital
As consumer expectations have changed, online shopping and searching have become the norm, and mobile devices have become ubiquitous, the demand for Toronto's main street business to embrace technology has never been greater.
Implementing a digital plan can be a challenge. From ensuring a local business has an up-to-date website that can be found in search, to establishing an e-commerce presence and managing reservations online,
What I consider a dangerous attitude and dangerous language have crept into tax policy. They are expressed by both governmental revenue agencies and a frightening number of pundits. It’s tax loss. If government doesn’t tax something, that’s considered a tax loss. If government could tax more, but doesn’t, as for example capital gains tax which is now taxed at half the rate that income is taxed at, that‘s considered a tax loss.
Ontario Budget Again Provides No Relief For Small Business In Big Cities
April 28, 2017
For Immediate Release
In 1998, Ontario took over school boards’ authority to set property tax rates. Residential education rates were immediately equalized across the province and an advisory panel recommended moving quickly to equalize business education tax rates as well.
Report details stakeholder engagement processes and outcomes.
Mississauga, ON – February 28, 2017. The Ontario Business Improvement Area Association (OBIAA) and the Toronto Association of Business Improvement Areas (TABIA) today announced the release of the Return ON Investment of BIAs Consultation Report.