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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.
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.
Did you know that 40 per cent of all commercial airliners worldwide depend on landing gear manufactured in Ontario, Canada?
Ontario's aerospace sector includes many of the top landing-gear manufacturers – Messier-Bugatti-Dowty, UTC Aerospace (formerly Goodrich), Héroux Devtek – and now one more is joining the cluster.
Dr. Ali Emadi, a word-leader in electric powertrain technology, is leading the charge at MacAUTO. With the support of up to 200 researchers, the next three to five years could produce as dramatic a shift in energy and transportation as we've seen take place in IT.
When directors of the world-renowned applied research organization Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft decided to expand, the world was their oyster.
Researchers at McMaster's Stem Cell and Cancer Research Institute in Ontario, Canada have discovered a breakthrough anti-cancer treatment using an off-patent drug.
Magna Closures has been engineering and manufacturing innovative closure systems and modules for the automotive industry worldwide for more than 30 years.
ENERCON, a leading wind turbine manufacturer based in Germany, has been setting new standards in technological production and design for more than 25 years.
From home grown startups to global players such as IBM, 3M and Honeywell, hundreds of technology companies are thriving in the Ontario, Canada city of London.
Think you know Waterloo? This Ontario, Canada region has gained global renown as the birthplace of the BlackBerry smartphone. But there's more to Waterloo than BlackBerry, Waterloo's largest employer.
"Ontario has more fresh scientific ideas and early-stage technologies sitting on the shelf than possibly anywhere in the world," says Dr. Mark Poznansky.
GM is aiming for greater innovation, and it's looking to its Ontario-based Canadian Engineering Centre to do the job.
On January 2, 2013 Hino ramped up production at its Woodstock, Ontario plant. The Toyota subsidiary manufactures two types of commercial trucks for the Canadian market.
Financial institutions worldwide, still recovering from the global market meltdown, are introducing a new generation of sophisticated self-serve technologies from Ontario's Phoenix Interactive to help them win new customers.
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All figures are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted. Information is accurate at the time of publication.