North Grenville Chamber of Commerce

Premier Doug Ford is set to unveil lower hydro rates

Starting Tuesday, hydro rates will be temporarily lowered to the off-peak rates – which are typically reserved for evenings, overnights and weekends – meaning homeowners will be charged a steady rate of 10.1 cents per kilowatt hour.
Currently, Ontarians are charged between 14.4 cents and 20.8 cents per kilowatt hour between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. as part of the provincial Time of Use energy conservation program.
Families will save an estimated $20 per month, while businesses will save $150 and cost the provincial treasury $162-million.

Pandemic Preparedness Toolkit for Ontario Businesses

COVID-19
Pandemic Preparedness Toolkit for Ontario Businesses
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19), previously known as the 2019 novel coronavirus, is a pandemic that already has or will imminently disrupt the operations of employers, the health care system, and public institu- tions. It is critical that businesses are equipped with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to respond to protect public health and ensure the continued essential operations of their organizations.

COVID-19 Information for business owners!

COVID-19 Information for business owners The Leeds Grenville Economic Development Office is receiving information on the impact of COVID-19 on business and our region from various sources. We will continue to populate this page as additional business information, surveys, resources and programs become available. Health Resources are at the bottom of this page.
See other News and Public Notices for Leeds Grenville. https://invest.leedsgrenville.com/en/contacts-news-events/covid-19.aspx
 

North Grenville Chamber of Commerce Cheque presentation

On Tuesday Juy 7th the North Grenville Chamber of Commerce presentated a cheque to the kemptville District hospital for with a cheque for $3,765 at the Rush Truck Center, Kemptville. This was a record year and we hope to surpass it again next year.
We could not have done this with the partnership with Fat Les's Chip stand and the Rush Truck centre for the space and the hard working volunteers on the board of commerce. 
Thanks as well to the community that came out to support us in this event.