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Démarrage d'une entreprise

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The Cana­dian govern­ment is acti­ve­ly encou­ra­ging immi­grants qui veulent start a busi­ness to come to Cana­da, at least if you have expe­rience, rele­vant skills, and finan­cial resources. And des­pite the lin­ge­ring per­cep­tion that Cana­da is a high-tax nation, une 2006 KPMG stu­dy found that the costs of ope­ra­ting a busi­ness, inclu­ding elec­tri­ci­ty rates, land and construc­tion costs, and cor­po­rate taxes, ont été lower in Cana­da que dans les autres pays du G7 (the Uni­ted States, France, Ita­ly, UK, Le Japon, et en Allemagne).

The Cana­dian govern­ment has a num­ber of resources to offer pros­pec­tive entre­pre­neurs. The fede­ral government’s Invest­ment, Sciences, & Tech­no­lo­gy Branch pro­vides a wealth of infor­ma­tion desi­gned for non-Cana­dians who are consi­de­ring star­ting a busi­ness in Cana­da. Ano­ther good star­ting point is the government’s Cana­da Busi­ness web­site for entrepreneurs.

The pro­vin­cial govern­ments also offer exten­sive resources for entre­pre­neurs. L' Bri­tish Colum­bia Minis­try of Eco­no­mic Deve­lop­ment et Investir en Colombie-Britannique ; l' Alber­ta Minis­try of Employ­ment, Immi­gra­tion, and Indus­try ; l' Onta­rio Minis­try of Eco­no­mic Deve­lop­ment and Trade ; et le govern­ment of Que­bec all pro­vide infor­ma­tion about laun­ching a busi­ness in each of these provinces.

– Excerp­ted from the book, Vivre à l'étranger au Canada. Pour en savoir plus, acheter le livre.

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