MISSION

To promote and foster balanced sustainable economic growth in North Simcoe.
MEET NORTH SIMCOE

About the Economic Development Corporation of North Simcoe

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.

KEY INDUSTRIES

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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MUNICIPALITIES

The unique collaborative approach of our four municipalities creates synergies and results that will exceed your expectations.

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PROPERTIES

Existing and shovel-ready sites for industrial, commercial, mixed-use and waterfront development abound in North Simcoe.

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Recent News

Government loans helping north Simcoe businesses get started

Government loans helping north Simcoe businesses get started

A diverse group of local businesses have the North Simcoe Community Futures Development Corp. to thank for helping them get off the ground. The federally funded corporation, located at 105 Fourth St. in Midland, has been assisting local small and medium businesses for...

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Penetanguishene’s Winterama “bigger and better”

Penetanguishene’s Winterama “bigger and better”

Fireworks and live music kick off event Friday, writes Doug Leroux We have an exciting weekend coming up as Penetanguishene presents the longest-running winter carnival in Ontario. Winterama promises to be bigger and better, with many events planned to entertain young...

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FEATURED BUSINESS SUCCESS STORY

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.”