Ministry of Economic Development and Growth Ontario Partners with Think Research Corporation to Support More Than 350 Jobs Toronto, ON – Nov 27, 2017 Ontario is partnering with Think Research Corporation to help the company improve and expand its cloud-based technology platform and services, creating 228 new highly skilled jobs and retaining 130 positions […]
Ministry of Economic Development and Growth Province Partners with Apotex to Invest in New Technology Etobicoke, ON – Aug 30, 2017 Ontario is partnering with Apotex Inc. to invest in new technology and product development at its Etobicoke facility, creating 325 new jobs and retaining 1,265 positions. Shafiq Qaadri, MPP for Etobicoke North, and Yvan […]
Ministry of Economic Development and Growth Province Partnering with Legend 3D, Inc. to Create More Than 270 New Jobs in Toronto Toronto, ON – July 26, 2017 Ontario has partnered with Legend 3D, Inc. to help grow the company’s major Canadian studio that creates visual effects for film, television and digital media productions. The company […]
Ministry of Economic Development and Growth Province Creates Partnerships to Accelerate Growth for Social Entrepreneurs London, ON – May 26, 2017 Ontario is supporting social enterprises across the province by launching two programs that will help them access the capital, training and expertise they need to grow and scale up their businesses. The ONE Social […]
Ministry of Economic Development and Growth Canadian Free Trade Agreement Completion Toronto, ON – Apr 7, 2017 Brad Duguid, Ontario Minister of Economic Development and Growth, who served as Chair of the Internal Trade Renewal Negotiations, issued the following statement today regarding the completion of the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA): “The Canadian Free Trade […]
Ontario is partnering with Stubbe’s Precast Commercial Inc. to invest in a new plant and innovative technologies, creating 58 jobs in Harley.
Ontario wants businesses & the public to help identify & improve regulations that are unclear, outdated, or redundant for the food processing sector.
The governments of Ontario & Canada are investing up to $180 million to help bring ultra-high speed internet to homes and businesses in southwestern Ontario