The City is committed to creating an environment for business to thrive. City staff can help business navigate municipal programs and processes and provide consultation services and hands-on solutions to assist business to succeed.
Economic Development staff leverage their experience and knowledge of Toronto's business landscape to help with business development and expansion, location and relocation.
City staff work to promote the health and growth of the web of interconnected businesses that comprise Toronto's key industry sectors
A variety of incentives help businesses reduce costs and remain competitive.
The City's Business Improvement Area (BIA) Office helps Toronto's network of 81 BIAs to create prosperous, competitive and safe business areas.
Employment & Social Services works with employers to bring together qualified candidates and employment opportunities.
Find out if you require a licence to open or to conduct a business in Toronto.
The City collects, transports, processes, composts and disposes of municipal and private sector solid waste and recyclables, as well as household hazardous waste. The City also supplies drinking water and collects and treats all wastewater.
Toronto is ranked as the best place to live among 50 cities in The Economist's new Safe Cities Index report.
Toronto has been selected as the 2014 Intelligent Community of the Year by the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF). The redevelopment of Toronto's waterfront, particularly the convergence of technology and economic growth helped secure the city's ranking. Read more.