Ontario Small Business Support Grant Now Available
In response to the shutdown measures beginning December 26, 2020, the provincial government is offering one-time grants of a minimum of $10,000 and up to $20,000 to eligible businesses to help navigate the new province wide shutdown.
Town Prepares as Province Moves to Shutdown
Halton Hills, ON - As the numbers of COVID-19 cases continue to rise daily, the Government of Ontario is instituting a province-wide shutdown, 28 days for southern Ontario and 14 days for northern Ontario, to commence on Saturday, December 26 at 12:01 am.
Mayor Bonnette Appeals to the Province for Increased Support for Businesses in Halton Hills
On December 16, Mayor Rick Bonnette reached out to Premier Doug Ford and Minister Vic Fedeli, Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade on behalf of the businesses in Halton Hills who are experiencing difficulties during the pandemic.
Outdoor Dining Guidelines and Regulations
The Town of Halton Hills continues to implement actions
Regional COVID Recovery Grants Available for Tourism Businesses
In response to the needs of business owners during COVID-19, the Hamilton Halton Brant Regional Tourism Association (Heart of Ontario) has released 4 funding streams to support the tourism industry’s business recovery efforts.
Halton Hills Partners with Ritual to Provide Local Businesses with Access to Online Ordering Platform
Shop Local Campaign Encourages Residents to Support Halton Hills’ Businesses
The Town of Halton Hills is proud to launch a new ‘Shop Local’ campaign and has partnered with the Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Georgetown BIA and Downtown Acton BIA.
Mask By-law Webinar: Support for Local Business Owners and Operators
Halton Regional Council passed Regional by-law 47-20, making it mandatory to wear a mask/face covering in certain enclosed public places, with some exemptions. The by-law is in effect as of 12:01 a.m.
Halton Region Passes Mandatory Mask/Face Covering By-Law
A Region-wide by-law was passed on July 15 by Halton Regional Council, effective July 22. By-law No.
Town Council Passes Mandatory Mask/Face Covering By-Law
In a unanimous decision on July 9 at a special meeting, Halton Hills Town Council mandated the wearing of masks or face coverings in certain enclosed public places/spaces. The decision comes as the municipality seeks to support efforts to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus.