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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.
Sojourn Labs has developed a brilliant solution to urban transportation woes: a hybrid vehicle that combines the benefits of driving and bicycling.
If you're concerned about keeping people cyber-safe worldwide, Ian Robertson of the NCC Group believes Waterloo, Ontario, is a place where you can find leading-edge solutions.
Virtual reality took a giant step into Canada's mainstream in June 2016 with the launch in Waterloo, Ontario, of Ctrl V, the country's first virtual-reality (VR) gaming arcade.
If you’re looking for innovative ideas, creativity, and scientific investigation into technological advancement, Lockheed Martin Canada’s IMPACT Centre in Kanata, Ontario is a great place to start.
NOVA Chemicals is the first company in Ontario to extract ethane from a massive U.S. shale discovery, shifting from heavier crude-based feedstock to lighter feeds.
Ipsen chose Mississauga, Ontario as its Canadian base because of its large biotech ecosystem as well as ready access to talent, leading hospitals, and an international airport.
Electrical transformer manufacturers in Ontario, such as Northern Transformer, are well-positioned to take advantage of a growing North American market for custom power and substation transformers.
General Motors gives Silicon Valley a pass in favour of expanding its engineering and software development work in Ontario.
TrustPoint developed and commercialized Elliptic Curve Cryptography which allows vehicles to communicate securely with each other and with the infrastructure around them.
StarTech.com produces more than 3,000 computer products from cables and adapters to docking stations and other tech essentials that are designed in Canada, manufactured in Asia.
NCR Corporation, an international company with Canadian software operations based in Waterloo, Ontario, has a well-established global reputation for excellence with its hardware products.
Ontario provided Square with a deep talent pool, a healthy IT cluster, a business-friendly environment and a growing economy.
The wide-ranging expertise and experience of suppliers in the Sarnia-Lambton Industrial Alliance offer global industries a single source for an entire supply chain.
Ontario has become recognized globally as a desirable place for the bioindustry to do business. Investors from around the world come to learn about integrating green and sustainable chemistry with traditional petroleum products, and to explore partnership opportunities.
When Ottawa-based Shopify went public in May 2015, Fortune magazine pegged its market value at US$1.27 billion.
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All figures are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted. Information is accurate at the time of publication.