• Toronto-Waterloo corridor poised to become Canada's 'innovation super ecosystem'


    "There is an army of entrepreneurs in Ontario that are determined to leverage every resource they can get their hands on to be successful," says Iain Klugman, CEO of Communitech in Waterloo.

  • Ontario cities recognized as FDi Cities of the Future


    With Ontario's competitive business environment, superior talent and unparalleled quality of life, it is no surprise that several Ontario cities feature prominently in the 2017/2018 American Cities of the Future report.

  • Toronto named the world's most livable city


    Strategic investments in infrastructure and transportation, as well as richness of culture and exceptional use of public space helped Toronto earn the title of "the world's most livable city." Ontario's capital placed ahead of Tokyo, Japan (second) and Helsinki, Finland (third), according to Metropolis's annual report.

  • Mercer reports cost of living in U.S., Chinese cities continue to rise while costs in Canada decline


    Mercer's annual cost of living report ranks 207 cities across five continents, comparing costs of more than 200 items in each location, including: housing, transportation, food, clothing, household goods and entertainment. This year's report details a rise in costs across U.S. and Chinese cities, while Canadian locations became relatively more affordable.

  • 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).

  • 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.

  • Recipe for success: Michelin-starred chef Alvin Leung to open next restaurant in Toronto, Ontario

    Case study

    Superstar chef Alvin Leung brings his culinary brilliance to Toronto, Ontario—a market teeming with sophisticated diners. With access to world-class products and expertly trained hospitality graduates, Toronto has the recipe for success that will have any restaurateur's mouth watering.

  • From New Delhi to North America—a journey to Ontario uncovers skilled talent and expands market access for sophisticated software company

    Case study

    Newgen Software, based in New Delhi, India, is a global provider of business process management (BPM), enterprise content management (ECM) and customer communication management (CCM) solutions. However, in order to strengthen its presence in North America, Newgen Software required a strategic location that would allow growth on a larger scale.

  • Ontario's cultural diversity helps Shinhan Bank tap into new market

    Case study

    Shinhan Bank is a leading South Korean financial institution with a global footprint and big plans to expand further. To establish itself in Canada, Shinhan Bank needed access to the right market, an education and skilled workforce, and proximity to a strong financial services sector. Ontario was the ideal choice.


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