Doug Ford’s glitchy online business registry has major law firms telling clients to avoid Ontario

News Nov 25, 2021 by Robert Benzie Torstar Network

Premier Doug Ford’s new online business registry is so rife with “system shutdowns, technical glitches and substantive problems” that major law firms are advising clients to register out-of-province, the Star has learned.

In a searing letter to Government and Consumer Services Minister Ross Romano, the Bay Street pillars warn the month-old Ontario Business Registry “is negatively impacting our firms, clients and service providers” and is “having a chilling effect on doing business in Ontario in general.”

Visit TheStar.com to read the full article.

Doug Ford’s glitchy online business registry has major law firms telling clients to avoid Ontario

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News Nov 25, 2021 by Robert Benzie Torstar Network

Premier Doug Ford’s new online business registry is so rife with “system shutdowns, technical glitches and substantive problems” that major law firms are advising clients to register out-of-province, the Star has learned.

In a searing letter to Government and Consumer Services Minister Ross Romano, the Bay Street pillars warn the month-old Ontario Business Registry “is negatively impacting our firms, clients and service providers” and is “having a chilling effect on doing business in Ontario in general.”

Visit TheStar.com to read the full article.

Doug Ford’s glitchy online business registry has major law firms telling clients to avoid Ontario

FROM OUR NETWORK

News Nov 25, 2021 by Robert Benzie Torstar Network

Premier Doug Ford’s new online business registry is so rife with “system shutdowns, technical glitches and substantive problems” that major law firms are advising clients to register out-of-province, the Star has learned.

In a searing letter to Government and Consumer Services Minister Ross Romano, the Bay Street pillars warn the month-old Ontario Business Registry “is negatively impacting our firms, clients and service providers” and is “having a chilling effect on doing business in Ontario in general.”

Visit TheStar.com to read the full article.