Our weekly “fresh finds” is temporarily renamed “good news of the day”.  Each day we will provide you with content that gives you reason to be hopeful and feel more positive about our future.  The future is much brighter than it feels at the moment.

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If there’s one thing this crisis has shown us, it’s that most people are inherently good. Need some convincing? This Ted Talk article explores how time and time again, disasters bring out the best in people. Today’s situation is no exception.

Here’s some important information for entrepreneurs: The Business Development Bank of Canada has put some new measures into place to provide relief to business owners impacted by the spread of coronavirus. Not sure where to start? Caring for Clients has a BDC contact – feel free to reach out if you want to be connected.

Did you know that your job is protected if you are unable to work for reasons relating to Covid-19? Here’s an overview of the leave of absence measures put into place by the Ontario government in response to the pandemic. Make sure you know your rights as an employee.

A company founded by University of Toronto researchers has developed portable intensive care units that can help Covid-19 patients. This is important to note in light of the concerns that have been expressed over possible ventilator shortages if the disease continues to spread. (Thanks to our client RB for sharing this with us.)

If you’re in need of an emotional pick-me-up, search #songsofcomfort on social media. Renowned musician Yo-Yo Ma started the movement to encourage people to share videos of themselves playing meaningful music with the world. Maybe you have a song you want to share, too!

See you tomorrow!

This information is of a general nature and should not be considered professional advice. Its accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed and Queensbury Strategies Inc. assumes no responsibility or liability.