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Learn How To Maximise Local Supply Chain! Register Now for CAMSC Webinar

Using suppliers within our borders has become necessary during the COVID-19 outbreak. Learn what it means to use, as well as become, one of these suppliers for larger businesses.

  1. How do you make the essential connections and network
  2. Challenges faced by the local businesses
  3. How to address and overcome the challenges
  4. Building new business model

Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2020   Time: 11 AM – 12 PM (EDT)

Webinar Speakers

Mike Pacholok
– Chief Purchasing Officer, City of Toronto

Mike Pacholok is a Chief Purchasing Officer of the City of Toronto’s Purchasing and Materials Management Division with past experience as a municipal law solicitor with an emphasis on procurement law. Under his leadership City of Toronto implemented Social Procurement more.

Isvar Prashad – President and Founder, Carter Bennet Group Canada

Isvar is President of the award-winning Carter Benette Group, a national janitorial company whose vision is to “help create immaculate space for people to enjoy and employees to excel. CBG Canada is the winner of CAMSC’s 2017 Small Business of the Year Award…read more.

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COVID-19 and its Impact – Preparing as an Employer

Financial Resouces for Small and Medium Scale Businesses:


Prime Minister Announces Measures to Support Energy, Innovators, and Arts, Culture and Sports 

The Prime Minister indicated the goal of measures to support the energy sector is to create and retain immediate jobs, help businesses stay afloat, and support Canada’s environmental targets.

the Government is working with EDC and BDC to help small and mid-size energy companies. The Government estimates that the orphan wells and methane initiatives will help maintain 10,000 jobs. Read More.


MAXTECH CANADA calls for manufacturing support for production of thier patented products – UV Sanitization Cabinet and converting Sleep Apnea m/cs into VentilatorsThe UV Sanitizing Cabinet & Ventilators from Sleep Apnea machines are the products where there is the greatest need. As a small manufacturing company, MAXTECH has invested all the capital in the development and production of our other Covid related goods. This is a call for everyone in the community – all the manufacturers, innovators & investors to come forward and help in this fight!  Read more here.    


Kacee Vasudeva,, +1 (519) 588 8956

Rishabh Agnihotri,, +1 (519) 588 9215


EY FINANCE NAVIGATOR: Offering three months of free access
EY Finance Navigator helps startups to assess the financial impact of COVID-19 on their companies. The Tax Alerts cover significant tax news, developments and changes in legislation that affect Canadian businesses. They act as technical summaries to keep you on top of the latest tax issues. Read more here.


Are you a business that can supply products and services in support of Canada the COVID-19 response? The Government and Corporations are looking for you!Disposable N95 masks/surgical masks, Vinyl/ Nitrile gloves, Gowns/ bottles, Hand sanitizers, IT support, Accommodation services, Personal support, Guard/Security service, Food services, Ventilators, Specialist/Healthcare staffingTo learn more about Minority and Aboriginal-owned businesses and how CAMSC certification improves your access to coporate and public sector purchasing opportunities, please click here or contact Roy Singh at
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