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During the Town Council meeting on November 24, several Councillors shared their concerns for local businesses who are struggling being closed during lockdown. As Peel officially entered lockdown on November 23, smaller local businesses have reached out to their Ward Councillors to share their worries and challenges of being closed. Peel Medical Officer of Health, Dr. Lawrence Loh, joined in the meeting to provide an update and answer any questions or concerns councillors have. Ward 5 Area Councillor Tony Rosa shared his concerns from feedback provided by members of the community on residents going outside the region to shop due to not having the ability to enter stores and shop local. “It’s very discouraging to our small, independent retailers who know that our residents are going elsewhere, leaving our municipality and going into others,” said Councillor Rosa. “They’re looking at the fairness of it.” One local business reached out to Councillor Rosa stating that even having one customer in at a time would make a huge difference, especially as we near Christmas time. “They’re the small players, but I know for a fact that people will venture out. They will leave the Region of Peel and go into another region, and that’s concerning as well,” said Rosa. Neighbouring regions such as York and Dufferin, will and can be further impacted with Peel residents venturing out for general shopping, as well as holiday shopping as we near the month of December. The province discourages all travel to other regions, especially those who reside in higher transmission areas, to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 virus to lower transmission areas. “From the retail perspective, I’m concerned about it from the disease transmission perspective,” responded Dr. Loh. “We need to make sure that we’re trying to do the right thing for our community, keeping all communities safe, keeping our neighbouring jurisdictions and community safe.” Though the likeliness of allowing even one or two individuals into our local stores seems slim as of now, the whole purpose is to strongly encourage as little in-person interactions as possible. “We saw them going over to York Region and, before we knew it, York Region was shut down as well,” commented Ward 5 Regional Councillor Annette Groves. “I don’t know how you control it, because people just don’t listen.” Dr. Loh is hopeful in the next couple weeks that numbers will begin to decrease, and changes will be made to better support local businesses. “A lot of these small businesses don’t have that online presence, nor do they have the time right now to create an online presence,” remarked Ward 3 and 4 Regional Councillor Jennifer Innis. “Those businesses are in crucial time period of their formation.” Councillor Innis is hoping to host a virtual session specifically for local businesses to provide resources and local programs that will help them through these difficult times. Alongside these discussions, it was asked that provincial and federal officials be invited to discuss issues such as these, to advocate for the small businesses whose voice may not be loud enough. “A lot of them are not going to be able to sustain this, and we need to do our part,” she said. For further information about what resources are available for local businesses, please visit Caledon.ca/business.Alyssa Parkhill, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Caledon Citizen
The wet spring offered only a tiny window for planting, so when North Dakota farmer Paul Ivesdal fell ill with the coronavirus he knew the timing couldn't be worse. The 63-year-old man knew if he didn't recover quickly and plant his crop of wheat, barley, canola and flax, it could mean an end to his decades of farming 2,300 acres (930 hectares) just south of the Canadian border. But his condition deteriorated and, due to the bad weather, even his neighbours had no time to help. “We didn’t get some crop in," Ivesdal said. “It just got too late and started raining again." That's when Farm Rescue stepped in. When Ivesdal was rushed to a hospital where he spent eight days on a ventilator, volunteers from the non-profit planted his crops and made sure his farm would endure. Ivesdal spent the summer in rehabilitation, regaining the strength and ability to walk, and he said he tires more easily than before, but that he plans to continue working the land. “If we wouldn’t have got what we did, I don’t know if I would have kept on farming,” he said. “I’d like to farm for a couple more years but if it wouldn’t have been for them we might have just decided to quit.” The founder of Farm Rescue, Bill Gross, is a North Dakota native who grew up on a farm, but he did not follow in his parents footsteps. Gross went to college, became a pilot and has flown Boeing 747s for United Parcel Service for 27 years. But in 2005, he launched Farm Rescue, inspired by the 1980s farm crisis that forced his parents to sell land and most of their cattle. He travelled to farm shows where he set up a card table and asked for donations. With help from a John Deere dealership, he bought a tractor and that first year provided assistance for 10 farming families. Over the years, individual donors and big companies, such as Deere & Company and Chevrolet trucks, have stepped up, and Farm Rescue now has 1,000 volunteers nationwide. “My heart never left the farming community,” Gross said. The group has given assistance to about 700 farm families in the last 15 years in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska and Kansas. The group usually helps farmers beset by injuries, illness or natural disasters, but volunteers have this year been helping those taken out of commission by COVID-19. “We’ve helped several farmers that have had COVID, including some who have been on a ventilator for three or four weeks and have survived and are back farming now,” Gross said. The pandemic has rippled through the farm economy, leading to yet more bankruptcies. “It’s affected farmers drastically. They were already at what I feel was the breaking point," Gross said. “There's been persistently low commodity prices, natural disasters and now COVID, and then when you add a major injury or illness to the challenges they already faced, it just can be overwhelming to them ... financially and emotionally.” Farmers and ranchers can apply for help from Farm Rescue by filing out an online application, and some are referred to the organization by concerned friends. Gross said many farmers initially resist the offer of assistance. “They're prideful, hard-working people and typically don't want to ask for help,” Gross said. “Sometimes it takes convincing only because, God bless them, they always feel that there is someone else that needs the help more than them.” The group is planning a country music benefit concert on Dec. 9, to be streamed live on YouTube from the Brooklyn Bowl in Nashville and featuring performers including Dustin Lynch, Maddie & Tae, Mickey Guyton, Travis Denning and Tyler Farr. Viewers can watch the event for free, but all donations will go to Farm Rescue. David Pitt, The Associated Press
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State Bank of India expects the country's central bank to hold interest rates as inflation remains elevated, the chairman of India's largest lender Dinesh Kumar Khara said. "The stance will continue to remain accommodative but they may not be in a position to cut interest rate in immediate future," Khara told a summit organised by the Hindustan Times. Khara's comment comes only days before the monetary policy committee of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the country's central bank, is due to meet between Dec. 2 and Dec. 4.
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