How to Start a Business in Canada?
We will guide you on How to start a Business in Canada? Information for businesses on tax and tariff requirements, permits and regulations, intellectual property and copyright, and how to fund or incorporate a business, hire employees or sell to government.
Starting a business
Information on what to consider before starting a business, including registration, business plan templates, regulations and incorporation
Hiring and managing employees
Information on payroll, wages and other human resources obligations and advice on recruiting, training and managing employees.
Business grants and financing
Grants, loans, private and public sector financing and leveraging personal assets.
International trade and investment
Export, import and invest in Canada and foreign markets
Permits, licences and regulations
Information about the permits, licences and regulations that apply to your business
Income tax, GST/HST, payroll, business numbers and customs rates.
Intellectual property and copyright
Information on how to protect your intellectual property (IP) and gain competitive intelligence.
Doing business with government
Selling to the federal government, selling to other governments, buying from the government.
Protect your business
Information on insurance, risk, legal issues and security to help protect your employees, business and shareholders.
Research and development (R&D) and innovation
Access resources to help fuel your R&D and innovation projects. Find out about funding, collaboration opportunities, commercialization and licensing, technologies, innovative solutions and more.
Research and business intelligence
Key economic indicators for sectors of the Canadian economy, tools to help you gain the competitive edge and the latest statistics and labour market information.
Maintain, grow and improve your business
Maintain your corporation, business operations, marketing, management leadership, corporate social responsibility and more. Find out what you need to do to help your business thrive and remain in good standing.