The Province of Ontario offers a variety of resources to help small and medium sized businesses start up and grow. To discuss your specific needs, book a confidential consultation with a small business advisor.
This online registry is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and makes it easy to interact with the government. Businesses and not-for-profit corporations can complete a wide range of transactions through the new online registry, including registering a new business and dissolving an existing one.
You can take care of all kinds of business online, from registering a business name to filing a small claim to getting a security guard license.
Learn how you can make your business or organization more accessible and inclusive for all.
Small Business Services (SBS) help Ontario entrepreneurs access government business information and services. Business guides, how to collections, and multilingual resources.
A comprehensive list of regulations in accessibility, consumer product and food labelling, health & safety, tobacco regulations, trade certification, media, financial transactions, environmental regulations and inspections, firearms, fireworks, and explosives, e-business, privacy and protection of personal information.
It is important to know your obligations and opportunities when you hire people. This guide will help you to familiarize yourself with employer regulations in Ontario and the resources that are available for employers.
Information on the types of income you must report on a personal income tax return if you are self-employed, an unincorporated business, or in a partnership.
Information on corporate income tax rates and manufacturing tax credit. This page is being updated by the Province of Ontario.
Helping employers, job seekers, and workers connect with advice, grants, apprenticeships, and other public and private sector employment.