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Big ideas have always driven success at Olymel, one of the biggest players in Canada's pork and poultry meat processing and distribution industry.
If your company depends on precision manufacturing, you know just how critical a highly skilled workforce is to your operation. Smart, skilled workers are what you'll find in Ontario, Canada.
In the late 1980s, about a decade after it was formed in North Carolina by four statistics experts, SAS Institute Inc., had become one of the fastest growing companies in the United States.
Chinese travellers to Canada have long wanted the ability to shop or withdraw cash using their Chinese bankcards. China UnionPay wanted to meet this demand.
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada's capital, is a dynamic hub for technology. It's home to global brands like IBM, Cisco Systems, and Alcatel Lucent, and homegrown successes like Mitel Networks, DragonWave, Energate and Shopify.
German-based wind power manufacturer REpower Systems SE has sold 4,600 of its cutting-edge turbines around the world.
When the founders of Rail-Veyor Systems® ("RVS") were scouting locations to commercialize their unique bulk haulage system in the mid-2000s, they looked at a number of jurisdictions worldwide, including Indonesia and South Africa.
Yvonne Felix, a legally blind mother of two young boys, has had her life transformed by revolutionary eyewear developed by eSight, in Ottawa, Ontario.
Almost two decades after it opened its first branch in Canada, the Bank of China (Canada) (BOCC) has embarked on the next stage of its development strategy.
Japan-based Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) decided to build an aircraft components assembly factory in Ontario because it wanted to be close to its client, Bombardier Aerospace.
At first glance, St. Catharines, Ontario might seem like an unusual choice as a place to start a high-tech, digital animation studio.
The rapid growth of smartphones and tablets is causing seismic shifts in the digital gaming market.
The China Longyuan Power Group, Asia's largest wind energy company, wanted to enter the North American market and searched for the best location that offered both market opportunity and the skilled workforce it needed for a North American headquarters.
The global market for wastewater treatment products and services is booming.
Getting attention is easy when you're home to Niagara Falls, one of the world's top five tourist spots with 22.5 million visitors each year.
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