Jun 14, 2020, 10:30 AM
Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada
In view of the spread of the COVID-19 novel coronavirus across Ontario, Ontario is still in a state of emergency so far (May 1), prohibiting any gathering of more than 5 people. At the same time, the provincial government announced that community institutions, schools, public gathering places, etc. It will be open by the end of May. After the Ontario economy restarts, social distancing measures may continue for several months until a vaccine for the new coronavirus is developed and used in the community.
In order to ensure the health and safety of the members of the Toronto Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce and abide by the provincial government’s policy of not holding large gatherings and maintaining social distance, after discussions between the Council of the Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce and the legal advisor, the Toronto Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce’s general meeting was originally scheduled to be held in June 2020 It will be postponed to June 2021, and the specific holding time and related matters will be notified separately. The current Taiwan Chamber of Commerce Council will continue to exercise its rights and obligations until the general election.
All membership dues paid in 2019 will be extended until the end of 2020; for new members joining the Taiwan Chamber of Commerce this year, their membership will be extended until the end of 2021.
Thank you very much for your attention and support to the work of the Taiwan Chamber of Commerce. For any comments, please contact the Secretariat by email/phone before June 10.
I wish all members good health, peace and happiness!
Toronto Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce Secretariat