New Brunswick is one of the most trade-active provinces in Canada, with the United States as the major trading partner. Over ninety percent of New Brunswick’s exports go to the United States, followed by India, China, Brazil and Indonesia.
The Intelligent Community Forum named three New Brunswick cities on their “Top Seven Communities of the World” list, and Site Selection Magazine has ranked New Brunswick the second-most competitive province in economic development in Canada.
Discover unlimited opportunities in New Brunswick. Learn why our skilled and motivated workforce, world-class communications infrastructure, unsurpassed quality of life and low corporate income tax make New Brunswick the ideal place to grow, expand or locate your business.
Key Sectors: Energy; Forestry Products; Processed Foods; Metalworking; Knowledge Industries; Seafood; and Professional Services
Learn more by visiting: www.onbcanada.ca
New Brunswick is represented on SEUS-CP by Premier Brian Gallant.
Director, Export Development Opportunities NB
+1 506 444-5107
Senior Policy Advisor Intergovernmental Affairs
Executive Council Office
+1 506 457-3527
Nova Scotia’s R&D capacity, environmental legislation and policy, and manufacturing excellence are just some of the factors that allow the province to be home to world leading companies in energy efficient and environmentally friendly LED lighting; marine plant product technology; advanced communication, surveillance, command and control, and security systems; shipbuilding and repair; and seafood distribution.
Key Sectors: Defence and Security; Financial Services; ICT; Gaming and Interactive Media; Life Sciences; Clean Technology; Ocean Technology; Manufacturing; Seafood, Agri-food/Beverage
Learn more by visiting: www.novascotiabusiness.com
Nova Scotia is represented on SEUS-CP by Premier Stephen McNeil.
Export Development Executive
Nova Scotia Business Inc.
+1 902 424-6042
International Relations Officer
Department of Intergovernmental Affairs
+1 902 890-0542
Ontario is where collaboration between advanced R&D facilities, world-class academic institutions and the finest talent is driving innovation that draws leaders from around the world to leverage our solid economic growth, skilled and reliable workforce, environment of innovation, proximity to market, competitive business costs and high quality of life to enhance and grow their business. With our advanced technologies and manufacturing expertise, Ontario’s products and people service the world.
Key Sectors: Aerospace; Automotive; Clean Technology; Entertainment; Financial Services; Food Processing; Information Technology; Life Sciences; Mining; Transportation
Ontario is represented on SEUS-CP by Premier Kathleen Wynne.
Area Director, Sustainable Technologies (USA)
Ministry of International Trade
+1 416 325-9201
International Relations Policy Office of International Relations and
Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs Cabinet Office
+1 416 325-8552
Senior Policy Advisor – USA
Office of International Relations & Protocol
+1 416 325-9739
Québec is a vast territory blessed with ample natural resources, a creative, skilled workforce and a firmly established culture of innovation—everything needed to drive the key sectors of a dynamic, prosperous economy that’s open to the world. Key players in ground transportation are paving the way in advanced transportation and electric vehicles. World renowned IT companies provide leadership in areas such as video games and animation, virtual reality, software development, microelectronics, optics-photonics and telecommunications.
Key Sectors: Aerospace; Agri-food; Aluminum; Construction; Energy; Environment and Green Technology; Mining; Design and Fashion; Life Sciences; ICT; Transportation and Logistics
Learn more by visiting: export.gouv.qc.ca
Québec is represented on SEUS-CP by Premier Philippe Couillard.
Director of North American Markets
Government of Québec
+1 514 499-2199, ext. 5617
Director, Economic Affairs
Québec Trade Office in Atlanta
+1 404 584-2995, ext. 59912
Prince Edward Island
The primary industries of agriculture, fishing and tourism remain of vital importance to Prince Edward Island’s economy and way of life. At the same time, major efforts are in place to diversify the economy.
The province has launched an aggressive prospecting and sales strategy that builds on many of P.E.I.’s key sectors in an effort to advance our sales into international markets. Working with business leaders and Islanders, we are increasing our activities to bring new companies to P.E.I., to promote Island products and to build markets for our products and services worldwide.
Emerging Sectors: Aerospace and Defence; Advanced Marine Technology; Food Development; ICT
Learn more by visiting: www.innovationpei.com
Prince Edward Island is represented on SEUS-CP by Premier Wade MacLauchlan.
Manager, Trade Initiatives
+1 902 368-5961
Newfoundland and Labrador
Newfoundland and Labrador is a leader in research and development and commercializing innovative technologies. Information technologies, marine sciences, biotechnology and defence and aerospace constitute some of the areas where government and business collaboration has led to new opportunities.
Emerging Sectors: ICT; Green Energy; Ocean Technology; Film and TV Production; Oil & Gas; Mining; Fisheries & Aquaculture; Aerospace & Defence; Bio/Life Sciences
Learn more by visiting: www.gov.nl.ca
Newfoundland and Labrador is represented on SEUS-CP by Premier Dwight Ball.
Director, International Business Development Division
Department of Tourism, Culture Industry and Innovation
+1 709 729-4617
Provincial Trade Commissioner
International Business Development Division
Department of Tourism, Culture Industry and Innovation
+1 709 729-3922