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What does reopening mean for small businesses? Financial expert breaks it down

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On Monday, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced his plans to gradually reopen, as the province is no longer in a state of emergency.

This news comes as a relief to small-business owners who can begin to reopen their doors to customers. The stay-at-home order will remain in effect in Toronto, York Region and Peel Region until at least Feb.

22. Ontario begins phased reopening Wednesday, majority of regions to remain in lockdown Financial expert Rubina Ahmed-Haq says reopening small businesses will be a slow process, especially since consumer shopping habits have changed throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.

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