• Canada #1 place in the world for youth talent


    WEF's 2015 Human Capital Index ranked Canada first out of 124 countries in the youth talent category and fourth overall, placing them ahead of Japan, U.S.A. and Germany.

  • Canada reaches top five in Global Talent Competitiveness Index


    Released on January 20th, 2015 in Davos, Switzerland, The Global Talent Competitiveness Index (GTCI) is an innovative, annual benchmarking study of 103 countries. The report is produced by INSEAD and introduces the dimension of talent/human capital and its connection to competitiveness.

  • Ontario Continues to be a Top Destination for Foreign Direct Investment in North America


    Ontario is the North American leader in attracting foreign capital investment for the second straight year, according to a new report published this week.

  • People trust businesses headquartered in Canada


    For the 15th consecutive year, the 2015 Edelman Trust Barometer examined the world's trust in the institutions of government, media, business and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). The study surveyed 33,000 people (27,000 from the general public and 6,000 informed public respondents) across 27 countries.

  • Toronto, Ontario is North America's most sustainable city


    Toronto ranked among the world's most sustainable cities in the inaugural Sustainable Cities Index which examined the 50 leading global cities. The index was conducted by the Center for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) which looks at three categories of demands that affect sustainability: social demands (people), environmental demands (planet), and economic demands (profit).

  • Canada one of the best places in the world for entrepreneurs


    The Global Entrepreneurship Development Institute (GEDI) has released its 2015 Global Entrepreneurship Index (GEI) and Canada has received high marks for generating a business environment that is innovative, collaborative, culturally diverse, and one which has a highly skilled workforce in an accessible and vibrant market.

  • Toronto is the best place in the world to live


    Toronto, Ontario has been named the best place in the world to live by The Economist Intelligence Unit's "Index of Indexes," which ranks cities from around the world on six important standards: business environment, cost of living, liveability, safety, food safety, and democracy.


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