For entrepreneurs, starting up a new business is a dream come true. But, knowing where to start can be overwhelming and finding start-up money challenging. That’s where the St. Catharines Enterprise Centre can help. Through the Provincially funded Starter Company Plus program, the team at the City of St. Catharines small business office offers business training, mentorship and a grant up to $5,000 to help eligible entrepreneurs successfully launch their own businesses.
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St. Catharines and the Town of Lincoln’s economic development and tourism departments have begun the process of recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic through formalizing a sub-regional tourism marketing partnership.
General Motors Canada $28-million cogeneration investment at the GM St. Catharines Propulsion plant will enhance the operation’s competitiveness by lowering greenhouse gas emissions and reducing future energy costs. The cogeneration program is expected to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions by approximately 70 per cent while protecting the engine and transmission plant from rising electricity and carbon costs. The investment has a direct relationship to economic and environment pillars objec...
Compassion, optimism and momentum are the defining words for St. Catharines according to Mayor Walter Sendzik’s state of the city address.
Steelcon Fabrication Inc. has announced a new $40 million manufacturing facility will open in St. Catharines to produce its leading SIN-beam product for the North American market.
The City of St. Catharines Economic Development and Tourism Department has announced the launch of a new short film that celebrates the revitalization of the city’s downtown core.
The St.Catharines Enterprise Centre is once again offering young entrepreneurs an exciting opportunity to bring their business ideas to life through the Summer Company Program.
St.Catharines continues to be recognised as one of Ontario's best places to live and invest according to two recent reports.