Within days of closing her yoga studio, Morgan Cowie was forced to lay off 75 per cent of her employees just to make sure she had enough cash to pay rent on her space for the next few months.The owner of Mosaic Yoga Toronto had tried her best to get existing customers to pivot to online classes, but most chose to pause their memberships, either because they had lost income or anticipated losing income in the coming months and were taking precautionary budgeting measures.get it. It all understandable. We shifted as much as possible online to serve our few remaining customers, but that maybe five per cent of the revenue I used to get, Cowie said from her studio in The Junction neighbourhood.Commercial rent delays could turn into abatements if crisis drags on, industry watchers sayHalf of Canadians say they are on brink of insolvency as coronavirus threatens to burst country’s consumer debt bubbleBusinesses seeing 30% revenue drop eligible for 75% wage subsidy, Trudeau announcesTens of thousands of other small businesses across Canada are also struggling to keep afloat while facing the prospect of shutting down entirely in the wake of the COVID 19 pandemic, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), and government subsidies aren going to help them stay alive, say many of them.The economic slowdown is posing a crisis of gargantuan proportions for this critical segment of the economy, one that as of early 2019 comprised roughly 1.15 million businesses, mostly in the service sector, employing approximately 10 million people.In the days following the shutdown of most non essential businesses across Canada, federal and provincial governments announced a slew of measures designed to help small businesses weather the storm.
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I really excited for this opportunity.” The 22 year old inclusion in the squad comes after he equaled the fastest century in the Kingsgrove Sports T20 Cup last November. Hunt joined Eastern Suburbs in Sydney and smacked 104 off just 45 deliveries against UNSW to match former South African international Johan Botha for the fastest hundred. “Runs are currency so if I can put scores on the board early and play second level cricket that would be great,” Hunt said.