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Small Business Month: What’s On at Albert Campbell?

October 12, 2012 | John P. | Comments (0)


Toronto Public Library is celebrating Small Business Month with a series of workshops at different branches across the city. Click here to access the full list of workshops offered at Toronto Public Library locations. So what’s on at Albert Campbell District Branch?

Albert Campbell (496 Birchmount Road) is hosting Starting a Small Business on Tuesday, October 23, 2012 from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. This is an interactive workshop presented by a representative from Centennial College. Learn strategic and practical steps, as well as the benefits of self employment, different types of business ownership, tax benefits, and financing sources. For more information or to register, visit the branch in person or call 416-396-8890.

Consider the following resources accessible from Toronto Public Library collections:

Starting and Running a Small Business all-in-one for Dummies

Starting & running a small business for Canadians all-in-one for dummies / John Aylen, 2012. (eBook) Access Online


Canadian Small Business Kit for Dummies

Canadian small business kit for dummies [3rd ed.] / Margaret Helen Kerr and JoAnn Kurtz, 2011. (Book) Place Hold


Starting a successful business in Canada kit [18th ed.] / J.D. (Jack Douglas) James, 2010. (Book) Place Hold


Business Plan Business Reality

Business plan, business reality : starting and managing your own business in Canada [2nd ed.] / James R. Skinner, 2008. (Book) Place Hold


Management matters / 1995- (eJournal) Access Online


SmallbizXpress: Information for Ontario / (Gateway/Website)

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