Winnipeg the capital of the Canadian province of Manitoba, it has a total population of 633,617 inhabitants, of whom 95% are English-speaking. Winnipeg is one of the largest markets for grain of the globe. What characterizes this metropolis is that it is multicultural and multilingual, with a highly-skilled workforce, and the costs of operating a business of weaker which encourages investment.
Winnipeg development on technology and innovation thus attracting many original equipment manufacturers including for buses and farm machinery. It is also the city the most profitable in the aerospace industry of or the installation of the giants of the sector including Boeing, StandardAero, Magellan Aerospace and Cormer Aerospace.
The Winnipeg city and a proponent of research and development the evidence the existence of 30 R&D institutions to its pregnant and does not hesitate to adopt the best tax regimes at the international level for the sector R&D. Among these institutions is the Canadian center for agri-food research in health and medicine and the Canadian Science Center for Human and animal health, unique in its kind in the world.
Another area to success in the region is agriculture related to the manufacturing of food products, but also of nutraceutical products, composites and biofuels. The city also houses the most important market for seeds in Canada. This demonstrates the leading role of this sector in the local and regional economy.
The city adopted the diversity of its sectors, of its economic fabric and in its development but at the center of all this is the human factor which the city prepared a great importance through the education, training, and career development programs.