City of Toronto – Site Selection
Overview of information on various aspects of Toronto including business costs and comparisons, key industries, demographics, business incentives, and quality of life indicators.
Institut de la statistique du Quebec - Interprovincial Comparisons
Provide statistics on the provinces, the territories, and Canada on topics like population, immigration, Canadian francophonie, the economy and legislatures.
International Economic Development Council
Information on a comprehensive set of data standards for communities to present to site selection consultants in determining what communities to recommend to clients such as potential businesses.
Invest in Canada
Government of Canada website on competitive advantages to invest in Canada, industry profiles, an overview to establish a business in Canada and the related legal and tax requirements and research publications.
Invest in Canada - Toronto
Government of Canada website on key advantages and sector strengths for Toronto.
Invest in Ontario
A single window of access for investment services by multinational companies, providing information, advice and introductions to networks that can make investing in Ontario easy.
Invest in Ontario - Site Selection
Information, statistics and current data from provincial, national and international sources about doing business in Ontario.
Invest in Toronto
Incentive support for new building construction and/or building expansion and stimulate growth in key value-added economic sectors, including manufacturing, bio-medical, environmental, information technology, creative industries and tourism.
An introduction to direct investment into Canada for businesses with advice and guidance about facilities deployment, labour force skills, taxes and incentives, and more.
National Municipal Performance Report
Atlantic Institute for Marketing Studies’ (AIMS) report grading Canada’s largest cities and capitals on efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery
Working in Canada Tool
Ability to search for occupation by region across Canada and their high, average and low costs for wages.