MDA’s Information Systems Group is one of Canada’s best known and highly regarded technology leaders. Since entering the space business more than four decades ago, the company has accomplished a number of pioneering technologies in space and here on Earth.
Committed to integrating innovative clinical care, world-leading research and outstanding educational resources, the Department of Surgery aspires to continue to be a leading Department in academic surgery nationally and internationally
The Centre for Minimal Access Surgery (CMAS), a McMaster University Centre located at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, was established in the fall of 1999. As a state-of-the-art multi disciplinary technological education and research centre, it was designed to increase the awareness and understanding, as well as support the research and development, of the specialized techniques of minimal access surgery and surgical innovation.
The Hamilton Spectator is one of Canada’s most historic and award-winning newspapers, with a daily circulation in excess of 100,000 and more than 400 employees. The Spectator- part of the Torstar group of media companies – also publishes a portfolio of related print and digital products including The Free Press, a weekly free distribution publication reaching more than 90,000 homes and thespec.com, the dominant online local news site in Hamilton.
Comprised of business acceleration centres, commercialization hubs and related organizations that support information and communications technology (ICT) and mobile companies to successfully commercialize their innovations, the Canadian Digital Media Network (CDMN) connects these regional ‘nodes’, helping them communicate best practices and collaborate on business opportunities, with a goal of creating companies, jobs and wealth for Canada. Learn more at www.cdmn.ca
Torys’ LLP is an international business law firm with offices in Toronto, New York and Calgary, offering seamless cross-border services to clients on both sides of the U.S. – Canada border and globally. Torys serves clients in a range of areas for which it is recognized internationally, including in: mergers & acquisitions, corporate & capital markets, litigation & dispute resolution, competition & antitrust, project development and finance, intellectual property, private equity & venture capital, merchant banking etc.
McMaster plans to transform vacant brownfields and warehouses into a premiere research park, building on the University’s existing reputation as a research centre of excellence. The McMaster Innovation Park will house laboratory, office, teaching, training, and conference facilities, in support of research and development in a number of key industrial areas: advanced manufacturing and materials, nanotechnology, bio-technology, and other areas in which McMaster University has recognized research strengths. These facilities will accelerate the commercialization of research into new and marketable products and services, and create new companies that will provide high-paying, highly skilled jobs in Hamilton.
The Economic Development and Real Estate Division helps businesses interested in expanding an existing operation, developing a new location, relocating or redeveloping in Hamilton. A large amount of information and resources can be found on www.investinhamilton.ca, which is home to the Division’s Business Development Section.
In September 2011, President Deane issued an open letter entitled Forward with Integrity: A Letter to the McMaster Community. The letter was prepared after a year of consultations and discussions with members of the McMaster community and outlines the priorities that are to be the focus of the University’s efforts over the next decade. The key priorities are the development of a distinct, effective and sustainable undergraduate experience, the enhancement of the connections between McMaster and the community, and the support of continuing excellence in research that informs and integrates with a reconceived educational mission. The priorities are to be viewed and addressed as interconnected and mutually reinforcing areas of activity. The area of internationalization is also to be considered as one aspect of these integrated three priorities.
Mohawk College’s diverse program offerings are offered at the apprenticeship, continuing education, diploma and collaborative degree level, allowing students to optimize their education. Cooperative education programs give students real-world experience, preparing them for successful careers in their field. Mohawk College is fully accredited and funded by the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities and is a member of the Association of Community Colleges of Canada (ACCC).
Experience a feeling of welcome unlike any other at the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel, where we’re currently unveiling a whole new look and feel. Located in the heart of downtown, our hotel is connected to Copps Coliseum, the Hamilton Convention Centre, and Hamilton Place. Explore our neighborhood, from the Art Gallery of Hamilton to the exciting Hess Village. The Standard Life office tower, as well as federal and provincial government offices, are within walking distance. Nestled between Toronto and Niagara Falls, we are a great location for your Southern Ontario explorations or your meetings and conventions.
Hamilton Chamber of Commerce, as the voice of ethical enterprise, is committed to making the City of Hamilton and all of its communities a great place to live, work, play, visit and invest; by promoting private sector jobs and prosperity growth of individuals, organizations and businesses.