Business & industry
Information for businesses on tax and tariff requirements, permits and regulations, intellectual property and copyright, and how to fund or incorporate a business, hire employees or sell to government.
Information on what to consider before starting a business, including registration, business plan templates, regulations and incorporation.
Information on grants, loans, private and public sector financing and leveraging personal assets.
Information on how to collect and remit Goods and Services Tax (GST), Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) and payroll deductions, and information on available tax credits and refunds.
Key economic indicators for sectors of the Canadian economy, tools to help you gain the competitive edge and the latest statistics and labour market information.
Information on importing and exporting, free trade agreements and foreign investment. Includes hands-on help for navigating complex international markets.
Advice on how to move your technology from the lab to the marketplace with financial assistance and tax credits and information on how to partner with government on advanced research projects.
Information on how to protect your intellectual property (IP) and gain competitive intelligence.
Information about the permits, licences and regulations that apply to your business.
Information on how to promote and sell your goods and services to government, search for bidding opportunities and compete for government contracts.
Information on payroll, wages and other human resources obligations and advice on recruiting, training and managing employees.
Information on the alternatives, process and different types of bankruptcy and information about your options when a client declares bankruptcy.
Information on insurance, risk, legal issues and security to help protect your employees, business and shareholders.
Canada's Economic Action Plan 2014
With a commitment to return to balanced budgets in 2015, Economic Action Plan 2014 demonstrates the importance of strong public finances to creating jobs, growth, and opportunities for all Canadians.
Canada's wireless policy More choice. Lower prices. Better services.
Creating more competition in the wireless sector. Rules are designed in the best interest of Canadian consumers.
One Canada. One National Economy.
A new agreement on internal trade could mean more customers, more opportunities to grow and less administrative costs for your business. Find out more and have your say.
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