Hannafin Automation & Industrial Controls celebrates their new space
Adam Hannafin, owner of Hannafin Automation & Industrial Controls welcomed a large crowd to the newly renovated building in Cannifton on Monday, May 2 for their official ribbon cutting and open house.
In a moving welcome speech, Hannafin made a point of thanking local politicians for their support, including Belleville Mayor Mitch Panciuk and Thurlow Ward councilors Paul Carr and Bill Sandison, who made presentations on behalf of MP Shelby Kramp-Neumann and MPP Daryl Kramp, who were unable to attend.
Hannafin Automation & Industrial Controls are a leader in automation in the
May 3, 2022
Howell Financial Corp. Merges with Leading Ontario Firm
Park Place Financial & Peak Benefit Solutions Open in Belleville
Matt Howell, Howell Financial Corp, announced earlier today that his company has merged with prominent Ontario-based Park Place Financial and Peak Benefit Solutions group of companies.
While the companies share key market segments and areas of specialty, working together will allow them to impart expertise to meet client needs from the individual, entrepreneur, small and large business owners. From a client perspective, contacts will remain the same and the growing team remain dedicated to providing exceptional service.
May 2, 2022
Bylaw passed for tax on STAs
Belleville City Council approved a new bylaw to license, regulate and govern the operation of short-term accommodation dwelling rentals in the City of Belleville during their March 28 meeting.
The new bylaw will require all operators renting rooms on a short-term basis (for a period of less than 30 consecutive days) to register with the City. All registered operations will be subject to the rules and regulations within the bylaw.
Operators who are currently renting units on a short-term basis, or planning to do so, must be registered by April 30. All new operators looking to begin
April 6, 2022
New business grant supporting Indigenous, Black and other racialized entrepreneurs
The Ontario government is investing $5 million over two years in a targeted program to help Indigenous, Black and other racialized entrepreneurs start or grow their business. The Racialized and Indigenous Supports for Entrepreneurs (RAISE) Grant Program helps to remove economic barriers by providing funding, training, and culturally-relevant services to entrepreneurs.
“Small businesses are the backbone of our economy, but Indigenous and racialized entrepreneurs often face barriers to financing, market opportunities and networks – key things that can make or break a
March 17, 2022
Quinte Arts Council celebrates new space
The team at Quinte Arts Council were happy to welcome visitors back to their newly renovated space.
Present for the ribbon-cutting were members of City Council including Mayor Panciuk, Councillors Chris Malette, Carol Feeney, Garnet Thompson and Bill Sandison. Chamber President, Anthony Callaghan and CEO Jill Raycroft were also on hand to celebrate the occasion.
Currently featured on the gallery walls is The Rise: Because We Are Equal art show. You will find works from Maria Moreno, Ilse Nel-Landers, Sarah Winn, Lola Reid Allin, Briana Godden, Barbara Hogenauer, Lise Lindenberg,
March 10, 2022