Stuart Investments

Invest in Canada

“Canada remains one of the best places in the world for international business and foreign direct investment, with a robust economy and strong business fundamentals. In the aftermath of the worst global recession in a generation, Canada has continued to outperform its G-7 peers in terms of job creation, economic growth, income growth and debt-to-GDP ratio. Forbes magazine has rated Canada as the best country in the G-20 for business and the World Economic Forum has rated our banking system as the world’s soundest for the past six years. We are also among just a handful of nations in the world with a triple-A credit rating.”   –  The Honourable Edward Fast , Former Minister of International Trade and Former Minister of the Asia Pacific Gateway.

According to Forbes Magazine, Canada is the best country in the world to do business. The stable Canadian economy, competitively low corporate tax rate and advantageous business costs for R&D-intensive sectors foster innovation and entrepreneurial spirit.

Government of Canada: http://www.international.gc.ca/investors-investisseurs/assets/pdfs/download/Flagship_Publication_2014.pdf

Canada is…

  • The 1st to do business in the G7 for 2013-2017
    The Economist Intelligence Unit, February 2013
  • A leader among the G-7 in low corporate tax rates
    OECD 2012
  • Home of the lowest business costs in the G-7 for R&D-intensive sectors
    KPMG Competitive Alternatives 2012
  • Fiscally strong, with the G-7’s lowest net debt-to-GDP ratio
    International Monetary Fund 2012
  • Home to the world’s safest banking system
    World Economic Forum 2013
  • A great place to live, with the highest quality of life in the G-7 and second-highest in the G-20
    OECD and World Bank 2012
  • The first G-20 country to make itself a tariff-free zone for manufacturers
    Finance Canada

MONTREAL

Internationally recognized as a city with a North American lifestyle and a touch of European culture, Montreal is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city famous for its high standard of living.

Strategically situated close to the US border on the majestic St. Lawrence River, Montreal has a dynamic diversified economy where businesses start and prosper.

TORONTO

Located on the shore of Lake Ontario, Toronto is Canada’s largest city, and is at the forefront of the country’s economy. It is Canada’s trade and manufacturing capital. Its diverse, growing economy offers great business opportunities.

Toronto is ranked as one of the best cities in the world in which to live.

CALGARY


With the highest per capita income and the lowest taxes in Canada, Calgary is a prosperous city with a dynamic, go-getting core. It is the largest city in the Province of Alberta and in the region of the country that has seen the fastest economic growth in recent years.

It is one of the most important centres of the global oil industry.

VANCOUVER

One of the most beautiful and pleasant city to live in, Vancouver is Canada’s access to the Pacific and the Asian markets. It boasts the largest port and transcontinental terminal in Canada.

It is the economic centre of British Columbia and one of Canada’s major industrial centres.