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New Peterborough Business Expo Promoting Women in Business

New Peterborough Business Expo Promoting Women in Business

Women’s Expo Peterborough is set to embrace the entrepreneurial spirit of women in the Peterborough area, to highlight their accomplishments and to provide a network for growth and support. The brainchild of Shari Pearce, Audrey McDonald and Linda Gratton, this unique trade show will showcase local small- and medium-businesswomen. “We felt there was something missing

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Remitting Payroll Deductions

All responsible business owners have an obligation to remit business taxes – whether it be income taxes, HST, or withholdings of employee Source Deductions – to Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). However, correctly deducting Source Deductions and remitting these withholdings by the required deadlines – typically the 15th of the following month – must be a

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Cottage Country Business Q and A 2018

Business Milestones & Anniversaries in 2017 The Pyle Group – Scotia McLeod The 2017 marked the 10th anniversary for the Pyle Group team of ScotiaMcLeod and with the growth in the business we also set some major goals in our client commitment. These continue into 2018 and include making sure all clients have a financial

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Cottage Country Business Q and A 2018

What plans do you have for your business that you are most excited about in 2018?    Academy Theatre Excitement is building in the Academy Theatre during feverish activity in the theatre!  Thanks to two federal grants (Canada 150 Infrastructure and ESDC Enabling Accessibility) and an active community fundraising campaign, we are installing all new (comfortable!)

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2017 Another Year of Growth and Change for the Pyle Group

More than a decade ago, Andrew Pyle made a commitment to clients that his wealth management practice would not grow at the expense of clients. In other words, adding clients without building the infrastructure beneath was neither desirable or feasible in this changing and more complex environment. Individuals, families and businesses wanted more than just

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Tackling Today’s Difficult Issues

Today’s problems seem more challenging and less straightforward than ever before.  In our communities we are grappling with complex issues like how to keep our young people here, create more local jobs and revenue, and develop accessible, affordable rural transportation. Even complex problems have a roadmap, handbook or owner’s manual. But what do we do when

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Bill 148

Ontario Bill 148: Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act has received its second reading at Queen’s Park and appears set to be enacted on January 1, 2018. Bill 148 will amend portions of the Employment Standards Act (ESA) and the Labour Relations Act (LRA). With all the attention on the increase to minimum wage, there are

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The Importance of Shopping Local this Holiday Season

The Importance of Shopping Local this Holiday Season With Christmas just around the corner, this issue is dedicated to shopping local this holiday season. The importance of shopping local is something every single one of us should be very concerned about. Many businesses rely on local dollars and cannot survive without the support of our

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