Businesses Are People: The Forgotten
The Businesses Are People campaign began as a response to the first lockdown in October. It was a way to rally behind our local small businesses and encourage our community to take a stand and get involved. Since then, we have endured more restrictions, a second lockdown, a stay-at-home order and numerous extensions. The impact of these changes has been far-reaching and has deeply affected our community as a whole.
On Thursday, February 18, 2021, we spotlight the stories of our own Port Credit community in Business Are People, Part 2: The Forgotten. We hear from employees, performers, and community members who have been the heart and soul of our Village.
The fabric of our vibrant Port Credit community is woven with business owners, employees, artists, musicians, residents, community leaders, advocates, and cheerleaders. Love, the common thread of our Village.
The Businesses Are People campaign began as a response to the first lockdown in October 2020. Since then, the impact has been far-reaching and has deeply affected those we know and love.
Resources are still limited for many. Relief has not come for all.
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Thank you to our talented team for their dedication and support:
Cinematographer: Kristoffer St. Clair (@saintkristoffer)
Videography assistance: Brentley Bautista (@eightsixmedia)
GTA’s Hidden Gem
Our village by the lake is surrounded by beautiful parks, bike trails and picturesque scenery. Port Credit’s main street is full of energy and lively entertainment, featuring cafes, bars, restaurants and an emerging arts scene.
Stumble upon our unique shops, beauty establishments and professional services. Our iconic lighthouse and Memorial Park set the stage for year-round festivals and events.
We are Port Credit – YOUR place to explore!