Township Of Puslinch Shares Tools To Assist Local Businesses

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The COVID-19 situation continues to change rapidly, and as a Township, we are doing our best to adapt how we conduct business and serve our community, while protecting the safety of our staff and residents. Township officials are working closely with Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health to respond to the situation.

COVID-19 is significantly impacting Canadian businesses. The Township of Puslinch is committed to helping our local business community get easy access to information to help business owners make informed decisions through this challenging time. The Township of Puslinch has provided a dedicated page to offer businesses affected by COVID-19. This new Business support page can be found at

This dedicated page is a useful tool that helps identify relief programs and incentives that apply to specific business needs and the links to the government and other sources of support. It also includes information on employee support, financial assistance to help Puslinch businesses mitigate the economic impacts as a result of COVID-19. We would like to thank our municipal partners who were instrumental in compiling this information. Please continue to monitor this page for the latest updates.

Puslinch Mayor James Seeley says:

“Puslinch Council and staff have our focus on residents and Business as we navigate dealing with COVID-19 epidemic. We are working extremely hard from home to keep the Municipality going. The Township of Puslinch, Wellington County, the Province of Ontario and the Federal Government are all working extremely well together.

A comprehensive list of programs and services specific to this pandemic offered from all levels of Governments is provided in the link provided to support to the needs of the business community. All levels of Government understand people need our support now and that is what we intend to do, to facilitate getting through this pandemic as best we can, as one community.”

This is a rapidly evolving situation; discussions and decisions are being made on an ongoing basis. Any changes in operations will be communicated and posted to the Township’s website at For more information on COVID-19, and tips on taking care of your mental health during social distancing and social isolation, please contact Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health at 1-800-265-7006 or visit

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