Food-based manufacturing company will employ approximately 60 people initially.
A seven-metre high sculpture donated to Town of Orangeville is featured at Visitor Information Centre.
An action plan evolves from a survey of manufacturing businesses in Orangeville.
Job Fair at Best Western Hotel on November 8, 2016 from 2-7 p.m.
Town of Orangeville wins CTM Media Group award for its tourism brochure
The Town of Orangeville has won a CTM Media Group award for its tourism brochure.
Orangeville is ranked as the fourth most affordable place to do business in Canada, according to an an annual ranking by Canadian Business and PROFIT publications.
New training and mentorship pilot program for creative businesses.
The artsVest program supported five local arts organizations.
Each location tells a story about the importance of Mill Creek in the Town's evolution.
Training and mentorship program targets entrepreneurs in the arts and culture sector.
Signs installed to direct people to several Orangeville destinations.
The Economic Development office will roll out the Business Retention and Expansion Program starting in November.
Business for the Arts announced that Orangeville will receive funds as part of the artsvest initiative.
Economic Development Strategy, as well as other studies and projects, lead the way in terms of economic strategies for the Town.