North Bay’s business resources rival those of many larger cities and include national engineering, accounting, legal, financial, freight-forwarding and realty firms, major investment houses, and Federal and Provincial government agencies, which create a total business service environment capable of meeting the requirements of growth-oriented companies.
To access the business directory please click on the following link:
The Business Centre is a not for profit organization that offers information, programs, training and resources to entrepreneurs, start-ups and expanding businesses in the districts of Nipissing and Parry Sound.
For more information, visit The Business Centre at the 6th floor of city hall, visit their website at The Business Centre or call 705-474-0400.
One of the staff will be available to assist.
The Business Centre offers information, programs, training and resources to entrepreneurs, start-ups and expanding businesses in the districts of Nipissing and Parry Sound.
Canadore College's Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Prototyping houses highly-specific technology and equipment allowing companies to access the technologies and resources necessary for the development of new products and processes or the refining of existing products and processes.
The Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Prototyping (ICAMP) provides technology for:
How ICAMP can help:
Visit Canadore College's Innovation Centre for Advanced Manufacturing and Prototyping website or contact them for more details:
Over 80% of North Bay’s workforce has completed high school, with 56% having graduated from a trade school, technical college or university. Our firms have turnover rates of less than 5% and correspondingly low rates of absenteeism. While we have both union and unorganized shops, work disruptions are rare . Starting wages for machinists, welders, and industrial mechanics are extremely competitive. The resulting productivity levels have helped many of our multinational companies win internal global competitions for capital expansions.
Access additional resources and provide input about employer-specific issues and opportunities through the Labour Market Group.
The following website provides resources for job descriptions, wage rates, skill requirements, training and job opportunities based on different occupations within specific regions in Canada: www.workingincanada.gc.ca. Users can narrow the search to the North Bay area to determine wage rates and job descriptions in specific sectors. Additional labour market information is available through the Labour Market Group’s website.
Yes Employment - provide services to help individuals find employment, return to school, and/or access training.
Other agencies include:
Get Trained Workers Program – a one-stop shop for finding trained and qualified employees
Professions North – bridging Northern Ontario employers and internationally trained professionals