Who does GEDC lend to?
To be considered for a loan you must start, maintain or expand a registered business within GEDC’s catchment area.
Check out our newest addition to our Booklet Series!
Closed December 24-26th, 2018
Are you looking to transition your business?
Call our Business Advisor to find out about our SuccessionMatching Community Program.
Starting a business is hard. Keeping one going is even harder!
We can offer you guidance on how to transform your business idea into a reality. We will also go through the business development steps with you and answer your questions.
GEDC is pleased to report we obtained over a 50% response rate on our completed questionnaire/surveys.
Thank you to everyone who participated!
The Survey stage of the project is nearing completion; final follow-up calls, visits and emails are being conducted with businesses regarding pending surveys. There is a pocket flashlight, as a token of appreciation, for every business that submits a survey!
Over the last year GEDC has been approached by several interested parties looking for information on the Agriculture Sector and possibilities in the Greenstone area. As a result we approached Ms. Kendal Donahue, Ontario Agriculture Development Advisor, Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Thunder Bay, to do a presentation at our 2018 AGM. Check out our new Agriculture page with resource links.
The Business Capacity Inventory project is a partnership between Greenstone Economic Development Corporation (GEDC), Greenstone Gold Mines, AV Terrace Bay Inc. and the Municipality of Greenstone.