TDS Joins Manitoba Chambers of Commerce Partnership to Create COVID-19 Resource Hub for Small Businesses


published 07/21/2021

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As Manitoba’s largest independent law firm and the law firm with the largest geographic coverage across Manitoba, Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) partnering with the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce was a natural fit. 

TDS has teamed up with the Manitoba business community to launch the "Business is Unusual" COVID-19 resource hub, to help small businesses navigate challenges the coronavirus has brought to the province.  

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As the backbone of the Manitoba economy, Manitoba’s small businesses must remain agile and proactive as the COVID-19 situation unfolds. Having timely access to policy changes, programs, expert insights, and news as quickly as possible is critical—and that’s where Manitoba Business Matters can help. 

Together with Western Economic Diversification Canada, the Province of Manitoba, and pillars of the Manitoba business community, the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce developed “Business Is Unusual – A Coronavirus Survival Guide for Manitoba Business” and launched the Manitoba Business Matters initiative. 

Throughout the next year, Manitoba Business Matters will be providing expert insights, tools, and resources so that our business community, province, country, and economy emerge stronger. 

Learn more on the Manitoba Business Matters website site. 


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