Webinars to Help Businesses Along

Huron County Economic Development has shared their compiled a list of webinars on a variety of business topics that are hosted by our department as well as other organizations throughout Ontario and beyond.

They are sharing this list with you so that you can continue to build your knowledge, skills, and maintain your business. Thank you Huron County Economic Development!

For more information on these and other webinars hosted by Huron County Economic Development:


“New Lenses: The Keys to Refreshing Your Personal Creativity”
Thursday, January 14 at 10:00 am
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“How to Create Your Own Action Plan for Less Stress in 2021!”
Friday, January 15 at 12:00 pm
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“Dealing with Difficult People Seven Steps to Success”
Tuesday, January 19 at 12:00 pm
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“Busines Basics:
Financial Management”

Wednesday, January 20 at 12:00 pm
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“Mindset Inspired: How to Live & Work Happy in 2021”
Thursday, January 21 at 2:00 pm
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“Doing More with Less: Social Media Marketing in 2021”
Tuesday, February 2 at 2:00 pm
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Huron Perth Public Health – “Business and Organization Toolkit”
Huron Perth Public Health has recently released an updated ‘Public Health Instructions to Persons Responsible for a Business or Organization’ document. They have also released a ‘Business and Organization Toolkit’ to support operators when implementing these instructions in their workplace.

Read more here

COVID-19: Getting Ontario Back on Track 
With the Ontario Government now back to the legislature, Premier Doug Ford has announced, “To start us down the road to long-term recovery, this legislative session will focus on implementing our comprehensive plan to get Ontario back on track.”
Actions included within this announcement are:

  • Investing in Ontario’s health care system to ensure the province is prepared for a potential second wave of COVID-19 and for any future public health challenges;
  • Building Ontario’s production capacity for personal protective equipment, ventilators, and other medical gear so the province never has to rely on any other jurisdiction again for these critical supplies;
  • Protecting families and those most vulnerable and helping them get back on their feet as the province reopens;
  • Helping young people and workers receive the skills training they need to join the modern workforce and contribute to the recovery of the province;
  • Accelerating the construction of critical highway, transit, and broadband infrastructure projects to create jobs and boost the local economies of communities across Ontario;
  • Providing relief to Mainstreet Ontario and small business owners so they can recover from the impact of COVID-19 faster and get back to the work of building their business; and
  • Expanding manufacturing by creating the conditions to bring investment and jobs to the province and world-class, Ontario-made products to consumers around the world.

Read more here.

Farmers Products to Market 
The Ontario and Canadian Governments have recently announced that they are investing more than $7.9 million through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership to help farmers improve their business operations and bring more safe, high-quality foods to markets.
Examples of projects supported through this programming include:

  • Improving food safety systems on farms to meet or exceed international certification standards;
  • Planting over-wintering cover crops to improve soil health and reduce soil erosion losses;
  • Actions to help prevent pest damage at greenhouse operations;
  • Developing a product that will open new sales markets for a farm business; and
  • Upgrades to animal-handling equipment and improved biosecurity measures.

Read more here.