Niagara Mayors and Regional Chair join together to form Niagara Economic Rapid Response Team
Niagara’s Mayors and Regional Chair have announced a joint effort to support local businesses impacted by COVID-19 with a region-wide Niagara Economic Rapid Response Team.
As we go through this unprecedented and quickly-changing situation, it is critical to work together to support local businesses and employers both now and into the future. Building on a strong foundation of collaboration, the Rapid Response Team will go beyond municipal borders to be as responsive and flexible as possible to the needs of Niagara’s business community
The Rapid Response Team will be comprised of professional economic development staff across Niagara’s municipalities who will work together to respond to the changing needs of local business and employers. The team response will allow municipal resources to go beyond municipal boundaries and that all local businesses receive timely, responsive support.
The Rapid Response Team is already working together to survey business needs, advocate on behalf of Niagara’s business community and help keep business going. The Team is compiling information about federal and provincial support programs that have been announced for businesses and employers. The Team will also consider adjusting local business programs in response to changing needs.
Business owners can contact their local economic development office or email@example.com where emails will be triaged and connected quickly with a member of the Niagara Economic Rapid Response Team.
|Dave Bylsma, Mayor of West Lincoln
|Jeff Jordan, Mayor of Grimsby|
|Frank Campion, Mayor of Welland||Marvin Junkin, Mayor of Pelham
|Jim Diodati, Mayor of Niagara Falls
|Wayne Redekop, Mayor of Fort Erie|
|Betty Disero, Lord Mayor of Niagara-on-the-Lake||Walter Sendzik, Mayor of St. Catharines
|Sandra Easton, Mayor of Lincoln
|Bill Steele, Mayor of Port Colborne
|Kevin Gibson, Mayor of Wainfleet
|Terry Ugulini, Mayor of Thorold|
|Jim Bradley, Regional Chair|