Canada's largest chemical manufacturing sector
Ontario has the right environment for robotics companies to flourish
Canada’s top tourism market: 55% of all international visitors.
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Highest educational attainment in the OECD.
Among the lowest costs in the G7.
Generous incentives for R&D.
Part of the $20-trillion NAFTA market.
Top ranked on global indices.
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The world of finance is changing. The global industry is being reshaped by an unprecedented wave of regulatory reform, consolidation and technological changes. Investors are looking for a place with stable economic and political environments, a strong innovative ecosystem with a steady supply of unmatched talent to support their businesses. They will find that and more in Ontario.
Research and development into new airplane designs, fuel and components are driving changes that are imperative for the health of the sector, economy and planet.
Brian Lee and Rehman Merali took advantage of Ontario incentives to build an innovative product that is bringing affordable, premium loose leaf tea to consumers across North America.
A leader in aerospace excellence.
Disclaimer: Statistics contained within video current at time of posting. July 2016.
Ontario has a storied history of life sciences excellence. But we are very much focused on the future. We have a unique and collaborative innovation ecosystem where highly skilled workers perform cutting edge research and development. And with the lowest business costs in the G7, Ontario has what it takes for life sciences companies to grow and prosper.
Mark Lievonen, Canada Country Chair and General Manager, Sanofi Pasteur talks about how the life sciences cluster in Ontario has been key for his company's success.
William Charnetski, Ontario's Chief Health Innovation Strategist, explains why Ontario is a great place for health technology innovation.
Dr. Graham Collingridge, 2016 recipient of the Brain Prize, discusses the innovation landscape of Toronto, Ontario.
Ontario is a global hub for food and beverage manufacturing.
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Some of the world's most innovative research in connected and autonomous vehicles is happening in Ontario, Canada. You can create in Ontario – build in Ontario – and sell to the world.
Discover why Ontario is one of the world's leading clusters for big data, enterprise solutions, cloud computing, chip design, interactive media, security, telecom, wireless and the Internet of Things...
With 350 innovative parts manufacturers, 5 of the world's top automakers, and 90,000 skilled workers producing more than 2 million vehicles annually Ontario IS North America's automotive powerhouse. But it's not just about today, we're also driving the future.
The global demand for innovative clean water solutions is growing. Companies looking to capitalize on this opportunity are choosing to do business in Ontario, Canada. Ontario has the R&D capacity, talent and government programs you need to develop and commercialize new products and services for the North American and global marketplace.
It may surprise you, but many of the ideas that will change the aerospace industry are happening right here - in Ontario. Ontario is home to one of the world's most vibrant Aerospace industries, supplying parts and components to OEMs and Tier One suppliers worldwide.
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