The Small Business Forum is a must-attend event for entrepreneurs, from aspiring startup owners to established business operators across all sectors.
This Forum is also a Trade Show which is a great opportunity for small business service and product providers to build brand awareness, generate leads, and network with Toronto’s small business community.
Reach 2,000 attendees representing Toronto’s diverse small business community, all levels of government, and a range of product and service providers.
New to the exhibitor area this year is a focus on incubators, which gives attendees opportunities to interact with 12 of Toronto’s incubators.
Entrepreneurs who are part of these incubators will also be present, sharing new solutions for local businesses.
All-in-one space includes these highlights of the event.
“Canadians deserve better — and future generations depend on it. Support the plan to protect our coast.” Sign the petition here: http://greatbearsea.org/ . #GreatBearSea . Image by David Suzuki.
This video presents Kids know why we need to protect the Great Bear Sea.
“Our kids understand the importance of protecting our natural treasures, and we should too.
Take action today. Sign the petition here: http://greatbearsea.org .”
Great Bear Sea map
WWF-Canada is urging us to help protect Canada’s Great Bear Sea, one of the world’s most intact marine ecosystems.
“This fall, the Province of B.C. will decide whether to adopt plans to safeguard the Great Bear Sea.
…15,000 people have already signed the petition demanding that our government step up to protect British Columbia’s Great Bear Sea. That’s a big show of support, but with just six days before the October 23 deadline, we need to increase the pressure.
This video presents The risk of the Ebola virus coming to Canada.
Dr. Natasha Crowcroft (Chief of Infectious Disease, Public Health Ontario) talks to Dina Pugliese about the risk, and how Ontario is prepared to deal with the virus.
Electron Microscope Image of Ebola Virus: Image extracted from abc News video “Ebola Outbreak: Epidemic ‘Out of Control’.” (In reality, Ebola is neither blue, red nor white. Colours are added as visual aids.)
To further protect the safety of all Ontarians, including health care workers in any potential case of Ebola in the province, the new measures include:
Designating the following referral hospitals (10) in Ontario, Canada, to treat confirmed cases of Ebola:
Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario,
Hamilton Health Sciences,
Health Sciences North,
Hospital for Sick Children,
Kingston General Hospital,
London Health Sciences Centre,
The Ottawa Hospital,
St. Michael’s Hospital,
Sunnybrook Hospital, and
University Health Network’s Toronto Western Hospital
Testing Ebola specimens at Public Health Ontario’s provincial labs starting on Monday, October 20, 2014.
Province Enhancing Measures to Prepare For Ebola Virus Disease
Ontario Provides Additional Measures to Protect the Public and Health Care Workers
Ontario is taking action to enhance the province’s readiness to contain and treat any potential case of Ebola in the province. These measures will further protect the safety of all Ontarians, including health care workers.