Fish and seafood processors play a vital role in the resilience of Canada’s food system and economy. They are at the heart of their communities, creating local jobs and buying products from Canadian fish and aquaculture harvesters. COVID-19 has presented many challenges to the sector, putting a significant financial burden on small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) as they work to meet these challenges head-on.
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused uncertainty and anxiety for businesses and their employees. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are at the heart of our economy and our communities. As a source of local jobs and pride, they play a key role in the well-being of communities across the country. That is why the Government of Canada has implemented a series of concrete and tangible measures to help them retain their employees, pay rent and access capital to pay their bills.
Digital technologies have transformed every industry in the Canadian economy. They have the power to help address some of the most challenging problems, from producing faster healthcare diagnoses to making businesses more efficient. They can improve quality of life in communities from anywhere in the world.
The Municipality of the County of Inverness is a must-see for international visitors to Cape Breton. Over the next three years, the Municipality will implement a tourism strategy that will build on its new Canada’s Musical Coast brand. Multiple projects will be supported to enhance public spaces, including waterfront areas and trails.