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If you missed one of our webinars or simply want to watch it again, you can find the recording and any applicable documents below.
Inna Koldorf, Partner at Miller Thomson, discusses workplace-related issues, including:
Prior to our Buses and Beverages social, representatives from NFI and Prevost presented their best products to keep motor coach passengers safe and healthy.
What do the Blues, Rolling Stones, and Cher have to do with Waterloo Region? This presentation from Waterloo Region and their partners, TheMuseum, Stroll Walking Tours, Fashion History Museum, and the brand-new Hampton Inn, St. Jacobs will tell all!
In this follow-up to our beginner webinar from February, Eric Forrest will expand on how to improve engagement, how to develop an online brand and provide some insight into the tools that can help members create and post content. If you missed the first webinar in February, you can scroll down to the February 18th webinar and view the recording as well as the pdf presentation.
This OMCA Roundtable features Ottawa Tourism staff and the Ottawa Tourism members. Learn what is new for 2021, what has changed, and what is consistent from before. Listen to the short updates, ask questions, and see the faces of the contacts from Canada’s Capital.
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This beginner’s training is intended for those with little knowledge about how to use social media platforms – there is a more advanced webinar on March 18th. This webinar will discuss what social media is, why your business needs it, an overview of the top platforms, and how to use them to connect to your clientele.
Presenters: Ron Choudhury & Colleen Ma, Partners with Miller Thomson LLP
The CRA’s definition of continuous journey may not accurately reflect industry practices. This webinar looks at real-life scenarios where the applicability of HST should apply based on CRA’s current “continuous journey” definitions.
Zeinab Yousif, Partner at Miller Thomson LLP, explains the Workplace Harassment and Violence Prevention Regulations (in effect Jan. 1, 2021) including requirements for employers to conduct risk assessments, prepare a workplace harassment and violence prevention policy, employee training, providing information about support measures, and engaging in the resolution and, where required, investigation process.
Updates from the 3 new council chairs; Marc Laplante (Coach Operator), Julie Gagnon (Tour Operator) and Wes Brown (Supplier).
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