Notre Dame students participated in a canal cleanup along the Welland Canal on Thursday as part of the EcoSchools club. Grade 11 student Dena Atallah puts a piece of garbage in a garbage bag while Grade 12b student Destiny Lacasse watches on Thursday November 5, 2015 in Welland, Ont. Michelle Allenberg/Welland Tribune
From PROFIT Magazine:
There’s no barrier to doing business more formidable than government. Red tape and high taxes can snarl up your operations, slow down your innovation, and even stop you from getting started in the first place.
So when you’re choosing a location for a new outlet, office or venture, it’s important to find a place with an administration and community that tries to help—not hinder—companies like yours. You want a tax and regulatory regime that enables your growth instead of stifling it, a bureaucracy that won’t stop your planned capital projects in their tracks.
Help is at hand. For the first annual study of Canada’s Best Places for Business, we surveyed 50 of the country’s largest municipalities to find the ones with burgeoning markets, the lowest costs and the most amenable tax and regulatory regimes. Looking for a municipality that’s open for business? Here are the Canada’s Top 10 Most Business-Friendly Places for 2015: