SARNIA, ON: The Sarnia-Lambton area has been recognized among a group of 20 regions as one of “Canada’s Best Locations” by Site Selection Magazine. The awards take into consideration corporate facility investment data evaluated by capital expenditures and job creation.
This is the fifth consecutive time the Sarnia-Lambton area has been recognized amongst Canada’s Best Locations. The region is celebrated as a top choice for site selection based on significant investment and facility expansions at existing companies as well as new company arrivals.
Highlighting the economic opportunity the region provides are large active investments by NOVA Chemicals and Origin Materials, announcements such as the Diageo distillery, and expansions such as those being actively undertaken by Enbridge Gas Ltd.
“We are thrilled that the Sarnia-Lambton area has once again earned this recognition,” said Dan Taylor, CEO of the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership.
“This acknowledgement is a high-profile endorsement of the region’s successes, that can be leveraged to build the global profile of the Sarnia-Lambton area,” furthered Taylor.
“It will pay dividends in allowing the Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership, in unison with local stakeholders, to strengthen the investment pipeline and support economic growth.”
Site Selection Magazine also recognized the Province of Ontario as the most competitive province in the nation based on cumulative and per-capita calculations from corporate facility projects, the projects’ capital investment and jobs, as documented by Site Selection’s Conway Projects Database.
Site Selection Magazine is an international publication that is recognized as the leading publication in corporate real estate, facility planning, location analysis and foreign direct investment.
It is the most widely read publication serving the world of corporate expansion and area economic development strategy, delivering location intelligence and actionable insights into corporate expansion projects.
Read the Site Selection Magazine article – HERE
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Dan Taylor, CEO
Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership
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