Better Together: Building On The Strengths Of Canada's Four Global Financial Centres
Although Toronto is the financial capital of Canada, 3 other Canadian cities are also key hubs - Montréal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver - each with its own unique strengths. A new Conference Board of Canada report suggests that the cities complement each other, allowing Canada's financial services sector to have a depth and breadth beyond what any one financial centre would be able to provide."Canada's financial system is recognized as one of the best and most sound in the world and has been a key driver of economic growth over the past decade," said Michael Burt, Director, Industrial Trends, The Conference Board of Canada. "This growing international prominence has been largely driven by four key financial centres-Montréal, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver."