The compelling list of reasons to consider Canada starts with the country’s stellar economic fundamentals:
A Welcoming Business Environment
Canada is the best country in the G-20 to do business, according to both Forbes and Bloomberg.
Source: Forbes and Bloomberg
Unparalleled Market Access
Once CETA comes into force, foreign investors in Canada will have assured preferential access to both NAFTA and the EU—a vibrant market with a combined GDP of USD $39 trillion, or one-half of the world’s output of goods and services.
Source: The World Bank
Low Business Tax Costs
Total business tax costs in Canada are by far the lowest in the G-7 and 46 percent lower than those in the United States.
For the eighth consecutive year, the World Economic Forum has declared Canada’s banking system to be the soundest in the world.
Source: World Economic Forum
Above information courtesy of Invest in Canada
Consider Canada City Alliance
Eleven economic development agencies from Canada’s large cities—including Economic Development Winnipeg—work together as the Consider Canada City Alliance to promote Canada as an ideal destination for global trade and investment.
As a united front, Canada’s large cities—Toronto, Montréal, Vancouver, Ottawa, Calgary, Québec City, Winnipeg, Waterloo Region, London, Halifax and Saskatoon—help international companies determine the best strategies for business expansion and continually improve Canada’s ability to attract new investment and trade opportunities.
These large cities represent 52.5 per cent of Canada's population, 56.8 per cent of its GDP and 63.8 per cent of GDP growth in Canada between 2010 and 2015.
Want to learn more? Check out Consider Canada’s website.