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Fifteen Halton companies make the Profit 500 list of Canada's fastest growing companies
Profit Magazine recently released its list of Canada’s fastest growing companies. Fifteen companies from Halton made the list. Burlington’s Secure Sense came in at #13 overall and is the #1 fastest growing IT company in Canada. Learn more (external link).

FedDev Ontario makes investment to help boost productivity for Burlington’s Etratech Enterprises Inc.
The $500,000 investment will help Etratech to acquire and install new state-of-the-art equipment and adopt new technologies that will enhance southern Ontario's competitive position as a global supplier of electronics to the automotive sector. Learn more (external link).

Innovative Health Sciences and Technology District takes steps forward in Oakville
The proposed HSTD is a unique work-live area designed to attract and accommodate health science industries as well as research and technology firms in a compact urban hub. Learn more (external link).

Nearly 1,000 new businesses set up shop in Halton last year
Results of Halton Region’s 2015 Employment survey indicate nearly 1,000 new businesses set up shop in 2015 and close to 1,800 jobs were created. Learn more (external link).

North America's second largest vinyl pressing plant is opening in Burlington ON
Precision Record Pressing Inc. could be a game-changer in the vinyl record manufacturing industry with smaller runs promising a 6-8 week turnaround. Learn more (external link).

Students from Oakville's Sheridan College selected to showcase new video game at Los Angeles Expo
The E3 Expo is the the world’s premier trade show for computer and video games. “The fact that we could contribute to such a strong inception makes us hopeful that this is only the beginning of our success story and the continuation of Sheridan’s amazing Game Design program,” said Cody Romphf. Learn more (external link).