Biz X magazine March 2021

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Biz X magazine March 2021 Vol 24 Issue 3

Biz X magazine March 2021

Biz X magazine March 2021. ON THE COVER —“Just Think!”— 18. Federal and provincial government programs designed to help companies survive the year-long COVID-19 global health crisis can assist in paying wages, meeting rent commitments, accessing business loans and subsidizing the cost of Personal Protective Equipment for businesses in all kinds of sectors. Some provide direct funding through grants and others allow business owners to take on interest-free loans, a portion of which may be forgivable, depending upon the company’s financial situation. Learn which program is best for your business! Photo credit: © Can Stock Photo/BelleMedia

Biz X magazine March 2021 – Contents

4 Funny Stuff
5 From The Publisher:
The POST Promise To Keep Customers And Staff Safe During The Pandemic
6 Rose City Politics: Windsor’s New Economic Diversification Strategy
8 Front Lines
11 Heard On The Street

Biz X magazine March 2021

12 Have A Cup Of Joe With Joe: A Special Tribute To Essex-Windsor EMS – Like the rest of the world, Windsor and Essex County is now more than a year into the fight against COVID-19. A regiment of frontline warriors in this war are the women and men of the Essex-Windsor Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Their deservedly proud Chief Bruce Krauter (shown in photo he provided) recently shared a ZOOM “Cup of Joe” with our own Joe McParland. In this interview, the Chief reflects on the past 12 months and the struggles on his workforce, as well as the significant contribution they make to help keep their patients safe.
14 Newsflash
15 The Way It Was: The War Amps Changed The Battles They Fought

Biz X magazine March 2021

16 Food For Thought: Syd’s Sandwich Co., Downtown Windsor Sydney Filiault (in photo, courtesy of Josh Wilson), Owner of Syd’s Sandwich Co., gets ready to sink her teeth into a Corned Beef on Rye. A classic deli sandwich, it comes loaded with mustard, Swiss, toasted rye and stacked with corned beef. Once you see how monstrous this sandwich is (and tasty too), we know you will want the juicy details on where you can get one!
24 Ask The Experts: Supreme Services
26 Portfolio Corner: Be Prepared For Opportunity

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27 XX Files: Striking A Chord With The Kids – The Owner and Lead Instructor of Marie-Rose Music Studio, Jordyn Severin (in photo, courtesy of Vanessa Boutin- Koveos), is passionate about providing her students with high quality education and teaching music theory through the Music for Young Children program. Her studio also offers a variety of other services and the staff is committed to excellence in all they do. There’s no doubt that music is definitely their forte!
28 Biz Bits: Local Diner Aims To Educate The Public About Mental Illness

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30 The Parenting Biz: Good Mental Health Is Essential For Children – A global pandemic, isolating at home, not being able to see family and friends, remote learning, increased computer screen time . . . it all adds up to big changes for your kids. Everything is stressful enough for adults, but imagine being a child who is not sure what is going on! Parents should be aware that helping to develop their children’s coping and social skills is crucial for the future. Pandemic aside, children have always had a lot to deal with such as bullying, personal relationships, self image and more. We talk to the experts who offer a few tips to make sure your child has a healthy mind and they suggest various programs offered in the community to help, should problems arise.
36 From The Bookshelf: “Chuckles And Boomerang” Children’s Series
37 Charity Profile: Make-A-Wish “Go Blue! Go Bald!” Fundraiser
38 Biz Of The Month: Silverstein’s Produce

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Deborah Jones
Deborah Jones – Publisher of Biz X Magazine Deborah Jones graduated from the University of Windsor with an Honours Degree in Communication Studies and was employed at two other local magazines shortly after for a few years learning all she could about writing, advertising, public relations and more. She made the jump in 1998 to go out on her own to publish Biz X magazine and has worked in the publishing industry since 1990. In 2007, she earned the “Entrepreneur of the Year” award from the Windsor & District Chamber of Commerce. To date, she is the ONLY woman so far to receive this award. In 2013, she received one of the first “Windsor Women of the Year” awards from the Ladies Exclusive Alliance. Her most recent achievement is a “2016 Vocational Service Award” from the Rotary Club of Windsor Roseland. Deborah is proud to live in Windsor and truly cares about each and every business and strives to make Windsor Essex the best place to live, work and play.