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BIA looking at new banners

The Business Improvement Association will work with local artist Lindsay Hamilton to help freshen up the downtown decor with some new banners next year.

BIA chair Connie Cuthbertson said last week that it has retained Hamilton to work on designs for new, metal banners to replace the current cloth ones.

Union Gas, OHA give help to Riverside

Riverside Health Care is lowering operating costs, and reducing the environmental footprint of its facilities in Fort Frances, Emo, and Rainy River, thanks to Union Gas and the Ontario Hospital Association.

Union Gas and the OHA’s Green Hospital Champion Fund provided $17,600 in incentives to help Riverside complete a thorough energy assessment of its three facilities.

Accessibility makes good business sense

Ontario is helping businesses succeed in becoming more accessible to Ontarians with disabilities.

In the next 20 years, an aging population and people with disabilities will represent 40 percent of total income in Ontario—that’s $536 billion.

Making sure all Ontarians have accessible customer service is not only the right thing to do, it makes good business sense.