THUNDER BAY -- A $15,000 donation from the Nuclear Waste Management Organization will be used to distribute face masks and hand sanitizer to small business in Thunder Bay.
On Thursday, the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce said about 15 organizations will take delivery on Friday, adding those who need masks to submit their request through their website at www.tbchamber.ca.
“Small businesses are facing significant, on-going costs for masks and sanitizer to ensure the safety of their clients and employees,” says Charla Robinson, president of the Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce, in a release.
“We welcome the assistance of NWMO to support businesses by providing these vital supplies.”
It's a chance to help fight the pandemic, said Norman Sandberg, relationship manager at the NWMO.