Friday, June 25, 2021

Business News

There are signs the pandemic is finally slowing down, and with vaccinations ramping up, we are hopeful that Meaford will be back to some semblance of normal soon. With the patios returning, new Markets being planned for the Market Square and Fairground locations, new businesses opening in our municipality, and existing businesses looking forward to welcoming customers indoors again, the Meaford Chamber of Commerce is pleased to kick off the summer of 2021 with its Online Auction going live...
The Meaford Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the nominees for this year’s Community Awards. This year the Chamber took in over 135 nominations recognizing people/groups/businesses across eight award categories. The response was overwhelming, and tells us that recognizing our local stars is important to our community. The Nominees are: Most Improved Business Award: 2 Go Sushi, Amici’s, Bayside Chrysler, Chamber of Commerce, Chez Gilles Fine Dining, E&R Bulk Bin, Interior Moves, Masse’s Independent Grocery, McGinty’s, Naturally Green Landscaping,...

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