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BizPaL is your Canadian online source of information on permits and licences.
The Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) is a financial institution wholly owned by the government of Canada. BDC plays a leadership role in delivering financial, investment and consulting services to Canadian small businesses, with a particular focus on the technology and export sectors of the economy.
Canada Business Network promotes entrepreneurship and innovation, and provides assistance through an organized network of service centres across Canada. There is a centre in each province and territory working with partners in many communities across their region, providing you with numerous service access points.
As the national leader in public policy advocacy on business issues, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce's mission is to foster a strong, competitive, and profitable economic environment that benefits, not only business, but all Canadians.
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) administers tax laws for the Government of Canada and for most provinces and territories.
The Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium (EMC) is a unique not-for-profit consortium of manufacturers, incorporated to facilitate each member's development, both individually and collectively, towards improving their competitiveness as a strong community infrastructure of world-class business.
Fergus Business Improvement Area; Beautiful Downtown Fergus offers a wide range of products and services to meet your every need.
Founded in 1979, FRL is an initiative to stimulate investment to revitalize rural communities faced with persistent struggles in achieving social, economic and cultural opportunities.
The (GRCA) has initiated a new programme to address existing and emerging water management issues for the watershed. The plan will focus on securing water supply for future growth, preserving and improving water quality, and flood damage reduction. It will include local objectives for Centre Wellington.
Small business is a vital part of our community and economic growth, the committed staff at GWBEC are proud to play a role in the development of those businesses.
Provides employment services in 19 locations in central and eastern Ontario, including vocational rehabilitation and corporate training.
To foster sustained economic growth as the "Voice of Business in Ontario". As the most diverse and representational business group in the province, the OCC works closely with governments, labour, academia, other business associations and various groups to create a stronger and more vibrant economy in Ontario.
Here you will find information on Ontario's agri-food industry and rural communities and the services and programmes OMAFRA provides.
Ontario ministry offering programmes, services and tools businesses need to innovate and compete in today's fast-changing global economy.
A catalyst for dialogue, collaboration and action on issues facing rural Ontario and delivers leadership training and development to ensure that rural contributes to a healthy vibrant Ontario.
If you want to work we want to help.
Fast, friendly and easy access to Ontario government information and services.
Statistics Canada provides economic, social and census data.
Wellington Centre for Continuing Education
The Wellington-Waterloo Community Futures Development Corporation WWCFDC) is a federally supported not-for-profit Community Futures Development Corporation, governed by volunteers in partnership with Industry Canada. The services provided by the WWCFDC exist to promote economic growth and community development of the Region of Waterloo and the County of Wellington. The WWCFDC focuses on job creation through community strategic planning and by providing funding and advisory services to area businesses. Economic development support, business consulting and business loans are available to all businesses and residents of rural areas of the County of Wellington and the Region of Waterloo.
Providing guidance regarding important workforce and employment challenges facing Waterloo, Wellington and Dufferin.