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A diverse collection of publications, including scholarly journals, trade publications, dissertations, books, newspapers and magazines. Covers Canadian studies, business, culture, current event, education, literature, agriculture, history, and language, as well as government and politics.
A business magazine that presents information for small business management, including financing, the law, marketing, taxes, and managing people. Includes columns and departments on trends, new Internet technology, tips from CEOs, and advice on managing people.
Strategic planning clarifies your long-term goals and the steps necessary to achieve them. Based on your business plan, a clear business strategy lets you envision where your company will be in the future—and provides you with a map for getting there.
The Ontario Securities Commission (OSC) recognizes the important role the small business sector plays in Ontario’s capital market. A large percentage of Ontario-based businesses are small and medium enterprises (SMEs). Additionally, a significant proportion of TSX-venture listed issuers are also based in Ontario.
Small Business Services (SBS) is part of the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario), and they help Ontario entrepreneurs access government business information and services.
Whether you are starting or growing your business, you need to be aware of business regulations. Regulations set the standards and rules that ensure the Canadian marketplace is safe, consistent and fair to everyone.
In Ontario, marketplaces, including exchanges and alternative trading systems (ATSs); self-regulatory organizations (SROs); clearing agencies; and investor protection funds are regulated by the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC). Part of the OSC’s mandate is to promote fair and efficient capital markets and contribute to the reduction of systemic risk, including promoting compliance with market-related requirements of Ontario securities law and helping to develop and refine relevant rules and policies.
BizPaL helps you find the permits and licences you may require when starting and/or operating your business. Filter permits based on your location, industry, and business activities and save the ones that apply to your situation.