The Corridor

THE ST. LAWRENCE CORRIDOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION Is focused on the attraction of new industrial and commercial employers to the region, increasing the quantity and quality of job opportunities for our residents along with assisting our existing business to expand.

 

 

Regional Leadership

A place where your business will grow and prosper.

 

Why Choose the St. Lawrence Corridor

The best places to do business are those that are forward looking. They invest in educated workforces, actively seek collaboration, champion quality of life for all and welcome the talent and ideas from all over the globe. These values are what matter to the companies of tomorrow – and they are the St. Lawrence Corridor region’s strengths. Our best days are ahead of us.

Relocate & Expand

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Partnering MunicIpalities of the CORRIDOR

  • TOWNSHIP OF AUGUSTA

    Augusta Township is strategically located in eastern Ontario along the shores of the St. Lawrence River. With Highway 401 traversing our southern edge, we’re within easy driving distance to Ottawa, Montreal and Kingston. Local communities just minutes away include Prescott, Brockville and Kemptville.

    Agri-business and manufacturing continues to thrive in Augusta. An increasing number of small businesses are calling Augusta Township home. Entrepreneurs in a number of business sectors are drawn to the quiet country ambiance of our area, while being located in close proximity to larger centres.

  • CITY OF BROCKVILLE

    Brockville remains a comparatively small but dynamic industrial centre. The City supports a diverse range of manufacturing industries, producing such goods as power tools, chemical products, micro-electronic equipment, cables and wires, pharmaceutical products and product packaging materials, to name a few.

    The City maintains two large industrial parks, which have attracted a wide variety of new industries in recent years. The many new developments represent Brockville’s prosperity and indicates the city’s continual growth as a vital urban and regional centre.

  • TOWNSHIP OF EDWARDSBURGH – CARDINAL

    The Township of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal is home to the the Johnstown Industrial Park that serve industries ranging from cable manufacturing to warehousing.

    The Township of Edwardsburgh-Cardinal is also home to the Port of Johnstown that serves local, national, and international clients with dry bulk infrastructure.

  • TOWNSHIP OF ELIZABETHTOWN – KITLEY

    The Township of Elizabethtown-Kitley is home to an industrial park that has industries ranging from industrial equipment manufacturing to fiberglass reinforced plastic manufacturing. It also is home to Burnbrae Farms, one of Canada’s largest egg producers.

  • TOWNSHIP OF FRONT OF YONGE

    Creating lasting success for the community in a manner that maintains the values and characteristics of the community.

  • TOWNSHIP OF LEEDS AND THE THOUSAND ISLANDS

    The Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands is a vibrant and diverse community in Eastern Ontario with opportunities for growth in all sectors. We are strategically located along Canada’s busiest highway and the St. Lawrence Seaway, and offer access to major Canadian and American markets. Business and residents benefit from our region’s access to major transportation networks and proximity to urban centres.

  • TOWN OF PRESCOTT

    Dedicated to developing the industrial and commercial sectors within our township

Partnering MunicIpalities of the CORRIDOR