A one stop site for doing business in the city of Ottawa. All the tools you need to start your business from permits to by-laws.
BizPaL is a free online service that allows entrepreneurs to quickly and efficiently create a tailored list of permits and licences that are required from all levels of government to operate…
We did some research (ok, a lot), analyzed the data, crunched the numbers and what we found was exhilarating. Exciting. Thought-provoking.
The Canada Small Business Financing Program (CSBFP) facilitates access to affordable asset-based financing to small and medium-sized businesses by sharing the risk with the lenders.
Canadian Industry Statistics (CIS) provides an insight into your industry’s performance. CIS is a “one-stop shopping” area for industry statistics. It brings together various statistics…
Trade Data Online (TDO) provides customs-based statistics on international trade in goods. Source data is obtained from Statistics Canada and from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Canadian Importers Database (CID) provides the names and locations of the largest Canadian importers of goods. CID is an essential tool for conducting research on commodities imported into Canada.
Canadian Company Capabilities (CCC) is a centrally maintained, current, searchable database of 50,000 Canadian businesses. These businesses are largely manufacturers, companies providing services…
Concierge Service provides one-on-one assistance to help guide you to the most relevant public innovation programs and services available to help meet your innovation needs..
Since April 2009, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce has been offering an online certification service for Certificates of Origin (CO) through TradeCert.
As Canada’s Capital, Ottawa is a hub for culture and history, being home to seven national museums that recount the tales of the country’s colourful past./p>
Ottawa is in the midst of a giant outdoor playground featuring mountains, beaches, camping, skiing, golfing, and hundreds of freshwater lakes.
The Chamber believes that newcomers to Ottawa have been, and certainly will continue to be, vital for providing advanced skills, driving innovation, creating jobs, and enabling economic growth.
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