Toronto is Canada’s largest city and the fourth largest in North America. It is a global centre for business, finance, arts and culture and is consistently ranked one of the most competitive and livable cities in the world. The governments of Canada, Ontario and Toronto provide a range of incentives to allow businesses to grow and prosper in a politically stable environment.

Toronto’s diversity makes the city a dynamic, progressive place to work and live.

Mission to China 2019

From November 6 to 17, 2019, Deputy Mayor Denzil Minnan-Wong, along with Deputy Mayor Thompson and Councillor Lai, will lead a delegation to China (Changsha/Zhuzhou, Chengdu, and Shenzhen) to demonstrate Toronto’s many competitive advantages—particularly in the technology & innovation sector. The mission will promote and explore trade and investment opportunities. The Toronto delegation will also attend the China Hi-Tech Fair 2019 in Shenzhen, which is the largest and most influential technology show in China.

Toronto is an inclusive North American powerhouse and regarded as one of the world’s best places to live, work and establish a business. We are the largest centre of education, research and innovation in Canada. Toronto is the whole package in one place. Come share in our success.Mayor John Tory, City of Toronto

Toronto’s green sector is strong and growing rapidly as Toronto leads in protecting our environment. Environmental initiatives improve social equity, grow our economy and create jobs. Toronto’s green sector employs more than 31,000 people.

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Rob McMonagle, Green Sector Development Officer
Rob.McMonagle@toronto.ca

Toronto’s environmental initiatives engage businesses and residents with the goal of maximizing benefits for the community through local economic development and improved resilience. Learn more about Toronto’s Climate Action Strategy, TransformTO.

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Linda Swanston, Project Manager, TransformTO
Linda.Swanston@toronto.ca

Toronto is Canada’s business and financial capital, a growing sustainable finance hub in North America, and a top 10 global financial centre. The City’s rich industrial diversity drives growth and innovation.

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Toronto Finance International
55 University Avenue, #1800, Toronto
info@tfi.ca

Toronto is the largest technology hub in Canada and third largest in North America. A global tech powerhouse with multi-sector innovation and deep pool of diverse tech professionals, Toronto is also a leading centre of academia.

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Joe Mazzei, Technology Sector Advisor
Joe.Mazzei@toronto.ca

Toronto is a major North American centre of excellence in the screen-based industries offering a compelling and competitive global production hub uniquely positioned for film projects to thrive.

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Magali Simard, Film Sector Development Officer
magali.simard@toronto.ca

 

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