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  • On behalf of the Board of Directors, Chairwoman Elyse Allan is pleased to announce the appointment of Trevor Dauphinee as Invest Ontario’s interim CEO.
  • Ontario cities are leading the future, recognized as prime investment locations in North America.
  • CBRE recognizes Toronto, Ottawa and Waterloo as key tech talent destinations among 50 North American markets.
  • Business Facilities magazine recently released its 2021 Metro and Global Rankings Reports, and Ontario cities rank highly on numerous lists. Business Facilities is a leading full-service media brand specializing in the site selection marketplace.
  • The Innovation Age isn’t just about harnessing the power of advanced technologies to rewire the way businesses operate. It’s about people breaking free from the bonds of the present to find solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. In this Age, talent is the currency, and that’s why our access to smart people is attracting the biggest global companies –from Amazon to Siemens, GE to IBM. We’re committed to strengthening and expanding our talent pipeline for companies, large and small, who see in technology the opportunity to create a better future.
  • Canada ranks second in A.T. Kearney’s annual Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Confidence Index for 2021, a jump from ranking third in 2019. Although business leaders are relatively less confident about the outlook for the global economy in the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, they remain highly optimistic towards Canada’s economic prospects, proving Canada’s unrelenting strength in today’s global economy.
  • This is the first time Canada has claimed the top spot in the yearly ranking, having spent several years in the second and third positions. Highlighted in the 2021 report is that Canada ranked first in sub-rankings, including quality of life and social purpose, meaning that it is seen as “a stable and safe society in which individuals [and business] can develop and prosper, and is open, fair and equitable.”
  • There is no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has forced the global marketplace to innovate, accelerate and respond resourcefully—including in my home province of Ontario, Canada. Living in France throughout the challenging past year, I have experienced first-hand the resilience of the commercial ties between businesses in Ontario and France.
  • Canada’s largest city was recognized for economic potential, business friendliness and human capital and lifestyle.
  • Let’s face it, end-of-life planning is scary. But it doesn’t have to be, according to Mallory Greene, co-founder and CEO of Eirene, one of Ontario’s most riveting new startups.