A decade ago, Ontario was trying to do what every other province was doing.
Ontario was moving forward with a national application for ISO certification.
It had a plan to sell ISO certification directly to customers.
The ISO was going to be the largest of all the ISOs, with the capacity to certify more than 10,000 companies in Canada.
But then, last year, the government announced it would not be making a formal bid for ISO approval.
That meant the ISO was out of the picture.
The government is now working with ISO Canada to create a new certification program that could sell ISO-certified products to businesses, and then, potentially, to consumers.
The process is known as the ISO-Burn application, and it will be offered to businesses and consumers in a bid to raise the ISO certification standard.
The application, which has not yet been publicly announced, is intended to be a cost-effective way to sell the ISO, said the province’s director of communications, Andrew Wilson.
“I think that is really what the business community, particularly the small businesses, have been looking for.
The only way to make that work is to go through the process, through the approval process, and go through that certification process,” Wilson said.
Ontario’s ISO Burn application has been around since at least 2014.
It is designed to make it easy for small businesses to apply for ISO-based certification and to certify their products in the province.
It was the only option that was available to consumers when the ISO came into force in 2014.
The application was meant to be cost-effectively done by the province, but as the application progressed, it became clear that the province did not have the capacity and the resources to do that, said Wilson.
A year ago, the province announced that it would be closing the ISO Burn process and would no longer be involved with it.
Now, the Ontario Small Business Development Corporation is in charge of it.
The provincial government is not in charge anymore, said Brian Johnson, president of the ISO Canada.
It’s a very ambitious plan, said Johnson.
It’s a significant step forward.
It’ll be a very challenging process, but it’s a good step forward, said Mike McClellan, president and CEO of ISO Canada, which will continue to offer ISO certification to small businesses through the ISOBurn process.
The goal of the new ISOBurn program is to get more companies on board with ISO certification, said McClellan.
It also is a way to bring the ISO into Ontario.
Ontario has a small market of about 700,000 businesses, but those businesses are not able to buy ISO certification on their own, said McDermott.
The Ontario government will provide small businesses with ISO certificates and a way for them to purchase them on the Ontario market.
They will also be able to sell their products directly to consumers, and the ISO will be a certified source of ISO certified products.
It will also offer the government a way of raising the ISO standard, and will do so at a low cost to the government.
It can do that through the certification process.
McLeod said that Ontario was in a very fortunate position when it created the ISO program.
In the early years, ISO certification was not a big market for small-business businesses, because there was not much in the way of certification to be done, said McLennan.
“We’ve had an ISOBurn that has been able to go into the market and have been able have a significant impact on that market.”
The ISOBurn will provide Ontario with an opportunity to help small businesses move forward with the ISO and make it possible for them, he said.
That is an important part of the job of the government, because the ISO burn program is designed for a business that is not going to make a profit in the long run.