Five questions for Laurel Broten, Invest in Canada’s new Chief Executive Officer by: Invest in Canada
Laurel Broten became Invest in Canada’s chief executive officer on October 3, 2022. She is an award-winning CEO, a former cabinet minister, a lawyer, a legislator, an advocate and a community builder.
Belgium-based Umicore has announced a $1.5 billion investment in an electric vehicle (EV) battery facility in Loyalist, Ontario. Learn more.
At the PDAC 2022 Convention, Canada’s sustainable mining leadership was on full display. Learn more.
How Invest in Canada facilitates global investment in EV battery industry by: Katie Curran, Interim Chief Executive Officer
The future promise of electric vehicles (EV) is close to becoming a present reality right here in Canada.
Battery investment by LG Energy Solution and Stellantis anchors Canada's EV supply chain by: Invest in Canada
Korea-based LG Energy Solution in a joint venture with Netherlands-based auto manufacturer Stellantis N.V. announced plans to build a major electric vehicle battery manufacturing facility in Windsor, Ontario.
In the race to establish domestic battery and electric vehicle supply chains, Canada has advantages other countries do not and will not possess. Canada is the only country in the Western hemisphere with a true start-to-finish electric vehicle supply chain.
At this year’s Toronto Global Forum, Invest in Canada brought together leaders in Canada’s EV industry to discuss the challenges and opportunities Canada faces as it leads the electrification of the transportation sector.
Canada and the U.S.: Investing in our partnership by: Emily King, Senior Investor Services Advisor, U.S., Invest in Canada
Canada and the U.S. are important partners, with close cultural and economic ties. In this blog, Emily King reflects on our countries’ shared values that are key to building and strengthening this partnership.
Looking ahead: 2021 trends for foreign direct investment in Canada by: Ian McKay, CEO, Invest in Canada
Countries and companies faced a year unlike any other in 2020 and are looking to navigate the uncertainties of COVID-19. In 2021, 4 key trends will shape investment decisions and Canada will continue to offer unmatched advantages.
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.