Information for Merchants
Follow the links below for some valuable information for the merchants and commercial property owners of our BIA:
Update Your BIA Website Listing with this Form
The Ministry of Labour’s health and safety training programs is part of it's continuing efforts to keep workplaces safe
and to ensure that workers across Ontario are trained in and informed of their rights under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its regulations.
Worker Health and Safety Awareness in 4 Steps workbook and associated employer guide
Supervisor Health and Safety Awareness in 5 Steps workbook and associated employer guide
DOING BUSINESS IN TORONTO
links to valuable resources for Business Owners
MPAC Newsletter - October, 2012
GreenTbiz (delivering green information to Toronto's small business community) launches its new website!
find us at www.greenTbiz.org,
One of the newest tools available to SMEs in BIAs and across the City is the greenTbiz ChemTRAC Toolkit.
As part of ChemTRAC, the Environmental Reporting and Disclosure Bylaw requires facilities and businesses in the Toronto to annually report on the use, manufacture and release of any of the priority substances listed in the bylaw. The toolkit is specifically
designed to help businesses track and report the chemicals they use and release to the City's ChemTRAC program.
To work well, the toolkit requires businesses to take overall responsibility for the chemicals they purchase and use.
The Toolkit can be found here: http://greentbiz.org/programs/chemtrac/
services, programs and workshops for Entrepreneurs and small businesses
The Ontario Business Program Guide
Provides a full listing of all programs, services, tax incentives and credits for businesses in Ontario including; an online directory of Ontario government tax incentives, tax credits, apprentice and training programs, research and development, business tax changes and support programs for business.
ACCES Employment connects employers with qualified employees from diverse backgrounds at no cost. More than 15,000 job seekers are served annually at five locations across the Greater Toronto Area. ACCES receives funding from all levels of government, corporate sponsors, and the United Way of Toronto.
Renew Your Business License and Apply for an A-Frame Sign Permit Online
A-Frame Sign Application & General Information
Chapter 693-AFrame and other sign bylaws
Toronto Sign Bylaw Project
Graffiti Removal Services
The Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) Are you HST ready? . . . Know the facts!
Lawrence Subway Station Construction Notice
Ontario Business Program Guide
links to programs and services for businesses
Live Green Toronto Card - a great way for businesses to connect with the green activities in the City and obtain additional low-cost marketing for your business, to more green conscious consumers
Protect Yourself Against Counterfiet U.S. Money
Toronto’s Sewers Bylaw & Greasetrap Information
Backflow Prevention program
Changes to the City of Toronto's Yellow Bag Program
Contact numbers for problems on the street