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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.
InteraXon, a fast-rising biotech star with expertise in brain-sensing technology, has its roots in Ontario talent and mentorship—and its sights on the world.
Mantech, an Ontario-based water testing technology firm, has successfully entered 45 international markets since its humble start in 2010.
Hamilton Health Sciences is piloting the HEWS Handheld, a made-in-Ontario technology that saves lives by better communicating changes in patients’ vital signs.
There is a demand for innovative technologies that can address a growing global concern — access to clean water. A small Ontario start-up believes it has the solution.
To maintain market leadership and continually improve its services, PayCommerce decided to build a new R&D centre right here in Ontario.
As wind and solar become the fastest growing sources of energy in Canada, one of the biggest challenges for power producers is how to stabilize electricity from these intermittent sources of clean power.
Sensibill's mobile app – a solution grown in Toronto, Ontario's thriving fintech hub – is putting an end to receipt-stuffed wallets.
Waterloo, Ontario-based Nuvation, a leader in autonomous vehicle development, credits its success to Ontario’s engineering talent, IP policy and R&D tax credits.
Ontario-based Woodbridge Foam Corporation, a leading producer with 68 facilities across the globe, pioneered the use of bio-ingredients in automotive foam products to reducing their petrochemical content.
An interview with the president of L-3 WESCAM based in Burlington, Ontario that designs and manufactures imaging equipment for aircraft surveillance.
Now boasting more than 300 million registered users, Kik is the chat app of choice among North American tweens and teens.
Access to a large pool of skilled labour, strategic location and innovation ecosystem were key factors that convinced technology giant Toshiba to invest in Hamilton, Ontario.
ExoShield began as a University of Waterloo fourth-year design project in the spring of 2013. Today, it’s a multimillion dollar business.
How do you increase commercial drone flight time? With a new lightweight hybrid gas-electric powertrain developed by Ontario’s own Pegasus Aeronautics.
PayPal Canada's growth is a made-in-Ontario success story, built on a city's unique combination of fintech, talent and innovation.
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All figures are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted. Information is accurate at the time of publication.