The Toronto-Waterloo Region Corridor is a global centre of talent, growth, innovation and discovery.
Rivaling the best in the world, this 100km stretch is the second largest technology cluster in North America.
From startups to multinationals, the companies in The Corridor are growing fast and are looking to fill thousands of tech-related jobs, right now. We need young workers as well as bold leaders who have experience scaling companies, to help our ecosystem go from startup to global player. Here you'll find a rewarding career and a great place to live. The Corridor is affordable, diverse, vibrant and accepting. But don't take our word for it—in 2015 The Economist ranked Toronto as the world's best place to live.
Toronto is Canada’s corporate headquarters and the centre of finance, industry led R&D, health and life sciences and venture capital, all alongside a rapidly growing startup ecosystem. Waterloo Region has the second highest density of startups in the world, along with the headquarters of some of Canada’s largest technology companies and development offices for leading global brands.
With a diverse labour force drawn from the country’s largest cluster of research universities and technical colleges, including institutes devoted to quantum computing, theoretical physics and artificial intelligence, we have the talent to fuel innovation and the competitive corporate tax rates, supportive government leadership and global networks to create new industries.
The Toronto-Waterloo Region Corridor is a hub for high-growth companies developing breakthrough discoveries. A diverse ecosystem with strengths in everything from financial services to business services, health care, clean tech and advanced manufacturing, The Corridor is focused on real world problems with clear growth potential.
With 5,200 startups, and a strong support network of incubators, accelerators and Universities The Corridor has huge investment potential. In fact, according to a 2014 study, Toronto ranked among the top three cities for VC and angel investments.