Up to 63,350 residents in almost 32,000 residential units are expected to move into Vaughan’s emerging downtown core by 2031.
The FedDev Ontario non-repayable contribution of $4.73M will be injected to expand Canada’s first hardware and semiconductor-focused lab
With CERS each location can receive up to $75,000 in subsidies with a maximum of $300,000 in total for all locations, for each CERS payment period.
Vaughan-based York Metal Products — leading metal fabricator — will be receiving $1.9 million in FedDev Ontario support.
On the northwest corner of Apple Mill Road and Buttermill Avenue, a short walk from the SmartVMC bus terminal and Vaughan Metropolitan Centre TTC Subway Station, the plan calls for towers of 18 and 38 storeys, along with lower-scaled buildings of four and six storeys that will foster a pedestrian-friendly atmosphere at street-level.
Richmond Hill headquartered Lullaboo has expanded to nine locations across the province, and has several additional locations under construction.
In our latest blog, York Region headquartered hardware tech companies Z3 Controls, Microart, and Laipac Technology shared their insights on ‘Made in Canada’ technology with us.
Laipac Technology, a Canadian Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) company, is partnering with two UAE-based businesses to roll out an artificial intelligence-based Covid-19 test that can give a result from a nasal sample within 5-8 minutes.
Qualified small to medium-sized Canadian businesses can receive from $25,000 to $1 million in HASCAP loans, and larger organizations with multiple locations such as a chain of restaurants or hotels can receive up to $6.25 million in funding support.
Seneca, with support from TD Bank Group, has extended its successful Career Recharge series of free upskilling sessions through 2021. These sessions aim to help mid-career professionals re-enter the workforce, advance in their field, change careers or start a new venture.
York Region Economic Development’s monthly e-newsletter shares highlights and news from the business community, small business supports, events, economic data, and more.
The Ontario government is expanding the number of small businesses that can apply for the Main Street Relief Grant to help offset the costs of purchasing personal protective equipment (PPE) to cautiously and gradually reopen in parts of the province. Small businesses with 2 to 19 employees in all eligible sectors
GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy has formed a new business in Markham to help bring its Small Modular Reactor technologies to market.
The Ontario Small Business Support Grant will grant small businesses between $10,000-$20,000 to help cover decreased revenue expected as a result of the provincewide lockdown.
The HCI, which launched in February 2020, is designed for start-ups that are building solutions for artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, wearable computing, 5G, and other transformative technologies.
2020 was a challenging year for the business community, but there were still moments worth celebrating. Check out our Top 15 list.
Enghouse Systems Limited announced today it has acquired Altitude Software, an omnichannel contact center solutions company which is based in Lisbon, Portugal.
The government is announcing the new Ontario Small Business Support Grant, which will provide a minimum of $10,000 and up to $20,000 to help small business owners during this challenging period.
The Globe and Mail’s second annual list of Canada’s Top 400 Growing Companies released in October featured 23 companies from the Region, including nine tech firms. We caught up with five of the nine to talk about their success, and why York Region is a great place for them to do business.
Even before COVID, the office space landscape was changing. The pandemic may only accelerate trends that are driving more and more people to co-working locations.
The winners of the 32nd annual Growth List ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies (formerly the Growth 500) are the most passionate, innovative and successful businesses in the country. 25 York Region companies made the list.
Volatus Aerospace, an integrated provider of unmanned aircraft and drone services acquires Altohelix and RPAS Centre of Markham.
Richmond Hill headquartered Levelwear, a clothing company known for its golf apparel turned its focus toward making masks amid pandemic
Vaughan’s Drone Delivery Canada has been invited to participate in a research endeavour with the University of Toronto Aerospace Studies and Ford Motor Company
InterContinental Hotels announced expansion for its avid™ hotels brand – groundbreaking for the first Canadian property located in Vaughan.
Oct. 13, 2020 — LearningRx One-on-One Brain Training, the largest personal brain training company in the world, has opened its first Canadian centre in Richmond Hill. Franchising since 2003, the company’s brain training centers have served more than 100,000 families and completed more than 6,000,000 brain training sessions to date.
Vaughan-based Drone Delivery Canada (DDC) announced on Sep. 28 that it has signed a letter of intent with Kenyan company Astral Aerial Solutions Ltd.
Transflo, a mobile, telematics and business process automation provider for the transportation industry, announced today that it has acquired Microdea, a leader in document management and workflow automation solutions for the transportation and logistics industry.