North Simcoe is a dynamic region in central Ontario that is well positioned for investment, growth and development. It offers business and investors a strategic location, talented workforce and high value for costs. Through ongoing commitment and collaboration of the North Simcoe Municipalities’ “Power of Four” and our talented Board of Directors, our dedication empowers continued opportunity, growth and economic prosperity.
North Simcoe’s strategic location, skilled labour force and wide range of industrial and commercial properties make it a prime location for businesses from a variety of industries.
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It’s official. The SS Keewatin will remain docked in Port McNicoll. A development company called CIM wants to use the ship as part of a massive multi-year development project it has planned for the 850-acre site. CIM plans to build about 1,500 condos, single-family...read more
Are you a student with interest in working in the fascinating field of economic development this summer? The Economic Development Corporation of North Simcoe (EDCNS), supported by four municipalities: Midland, Penetanguishene, Tay, Tiny, has a temporary position...read more
Midhurst/March 8, 2019 – Economic development partners from across Simcoe County and the District of Muskoka are calling on local businesses, organizations and entrepreneurs working in the skilled trades to participate as exhibitors in the 4th annual Simcoe Muskoka...read more
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Weber Manufacturing Technologies Inc.
Weber recently installed an innovative, high-speed five-axis milling machine, the first of its kind in Ontario and just the third such machine in North America. Weber President Chris Edwards says “the DMU 340 is the focal point of an $8 million capital investment plan propelling the company forward in an increasingly competitive global market. It helps us deliver outstanding accuracy and superior speed to market to our automotive, aerospace and home and building product customers.”