Once you arrive to start operations, a business or a life in Mississauga, the good news keeps coming. Our property taxes are consistently lower than other municipalities in Ontario. Our business, municipal, provincial and federal taxes are also very reasonable when compared to the developed world. And the City of Mississauga is well-managed, meaning you won't be paying for the mistakes of past generations. The future is AAA in Mississauga.
Land, office and plant availability in Mississauga is consistent and offers business leaders inventory options to build new or adapt what exists. Transit and one of North America's most extensive highway systems mean your products and people are always close to their final destination or the air, rail and water transport needed to reach your market.
While the U.S. is Canada's largest trading partner for finished goods and resources, our governments, municipal partners and businesses in Mississauga are trading worldwide with a strong focus on South America, India, Japan, Korea, China, Russia and our Commonwealth partners. Canada is a trading nation and diversity positions us well for tomorrow.
If you make it here, you can sell it everywhere. Easy access to one of the world's premier markets is one of Mississauga's strengths. Our local economy remains comparatively unmarred by shifting economic winds - the balance of Ontario, Central Canada and the Eastern Seaboard of the U.S. has also rebounded well. What that means is this market has buying power, widespread and deep; in b2b categories, in almost every consumer category, in healthcare, finance and in technology. Most of it is connected by free-trade agreements and all of it connects to the rest of the world seamlessly. Your people will have unmatched access to transportation, technology and communications infrastructure.
There's no race you can't win from here.