In 2021, FDI inflows into Canada reached $74.8 billion, their highest mark since 2007 and a whopping 50% above the historical annual average in the decade since 2011.
Canada’s resilience makes it an ideal place to invest post-COVID-19 by: The Hon. Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade & Ian McKay, CEO, Invest in Canada
The pandemic is still with us, and it will be for some time to come. So, while our main focus needs to remain on protecting the health and safety of our citizens, we must, at the same time, work towards economic recovery and create business opportunities for global investors post-COVID.
Canada's FDI numbers for Q2 and the economic effects of COVID-19 by: Francis Campbell, Analyst, Research & Bruce Hillcoat, Senior Writer, Invest in Canada
Statistics Canada released its Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) report for the second quarter (Q2) of 2020. Find out more about how COVID-19 has affected Canada's FDI Inflow.
Canada: A competitive and stable investment during recession by: Karicia Quiroz, Research Manager, Invest in Canada
Canada's FDI and economic recovery from past crises reveals that Canada is well-positioned to remain resilient and to recover from COVID-19.
With the release of Canada’s Q1 2020 foreign direct investment (FDI) numbers, Invest in Canada presents additional perspective on what’s behind the numbers.