Effective April 2, 2021 the Downtown London office will be closed in compliance with public health guidelines. All staff will continue to be available via phone or email during this time.
Traffic Changes on Dundas Place Next Week
The Ontario Energy Board recently announced new electricity prices for households and small businesses, effective May 1, 2021, under the Regulated Price Plan. The implementation of these prices coincides with the change to summer Time-of-Use (TOU) hours and the summer Tier threshold for residential energy customers .
Energy consumers struggling with their electricity or natural gas bills can access the COVID-19 Energy Assistance Program (CEAP). Recent changes to CEAP, with simplified eligibility criteria and additional funds from the Government of Ontario, have made it easier for customers with overdue amounts on their energy bills to access support.
CEAP provides an on-bill credit to eligible residential, small business and registered charity customers to help them catch up on their energy bills and resume regular payments. Small business/registered charity customers can receive up to $1,500—for electricity and natural gas bills, respectively.
Funds are limited with applications processed on a first-come, first-serve basis so consumers who may be in need are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Information on CEAP including how to apply can be found at www.oeb.ca/ceap.
Looking for Financial Support?
Please download the attached guide to financial supports available to downtown business owners.
Downtown London Marketplace
E-commerce has become more and more popular in recent years, and with the lockdown, it is more important than ever. Downtown London has built an online marketplace where downtown businesses can list their products (or gift cards!) free of charge. There is absolutely no cost to businesses to participate.
With being under a stay-at-home order, now is a great time to jump on board with the Marketplace.