Participate in Ontario's Red Tape Challenge to Improve Regulation
Participate in the Red Tape Challenge and help Ontario government identify the business regulations that need to be updated, improved or eliminated.
Canada – The RMB Gateway to North America (VIDEO)
In 2014, Canada became the first trading hub in North America for the Chinese currency, the Renminbi (RMB).
New Opportunities Knock for Trade Deals
Despite trade deals facing opposition, Canada still has key opportunities to expand its global presence, according to a new report from the C.D. Howe Institute.
Financial Services Sector a Source of Capital and Growth for Canada's Economy
The financial services sector has been a strong source of growth for the Canadian economy over the past decade.
Canada Fourth Largest Cybersecurity Hub in the World
Canada ranks as the fourth largest innovation hub in the world for cybersecurity with Ontario leading the country, concludes a report released today.
Global Survey: Canadian Companies Lagging Behind Global Use of Chinese RMB
Canadian businesses may be seriously underestimating the importance of renminbi (RMB) payments in improving their relationships with business partners...
TFSA Welcomes New Member: Aequitas Innovations
Launched in March 2015, the Aequitas NEO Exchange is redefining the role of a national stock exchange in Canada using a bold new blueprint that puts...
Thomson Reuters Launches New Tech Centre in Toronto, Says it Will Create 400 Jobs
Thomson Reuters Corp. is undertaking a major expansion to its Canadian operation with a plan to build a technology hub that will add 400 high-tech jobs...
National Becomes First Bank in North America to Win Approval to Issue Yuan Bonds in China
The National Bank of Canada has become the second Canadian borrower - but the first private sector entity - to be given approval to issue yuan-denominated...
Welcome to the Epicentre of FinTech Innovation
The Toronto-Waterloo Region FinTech corridor is the heart of Canada's financial services industry. It's home to the head offices of the five largest banks...
Could Brexit benefit Canada? Keep Calm and Trade On
How can Canada position itself for success in this new global reality? Fortunately, we are starting from a position of strength.
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...