FedDev Ontario actively works to advance and diversify the southern Ontario economy through funding opportunities and business services that support innovation and growth in Canada’s most populous region. We are proud to be one of Waterloo Area’s Top Employers. Find out why we were selected.
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“In my role, I get the opportunity to inform the public about the many programs and services we provide for businesses. I work with organizations across southern Ontario - from Niagara to Rockland - meeting many wonderful people along the way. I tend to seek variety and excitement in my jobs, and FedDev Ontario has certainly provided that to me.”
– Simone Sherriff, Business Officer
"I’m really impressed with the amount of support and opportunities offered to both students and full-time employees. I’m excited to work for an organization that has a meaningful impact on our surrounding community!”
– Alana McCluskie, Co-op Student
“One of the things that struck me immediately upon joining FedDev Ontario was how passionate the employees were when it came to the economic development of southern Ontario communities and the financial wellbeing of its people.”
– Christos Bakalakis, Director
We're making a difference in southern Ontario!
At FedDev Ontario, we work with communities, businesses, not-for-profit organizations and other levels of government to strengthen southern Ontario's economy. We are headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario with offices in Peterborough, Ottawa and Toronto.
FedDev Ontario enjoys a vibrant, inclusive and diverse work force, committed to excellence. Our employees are proud to work for an Agency that encourages a culture of ownership, where employees feel engaged, empowered and have a personal stake in the impact of their work. Working at the Agency also offers a unique opportunity for staff to work directly with recipients and stakeholders to see first-hand the impact that their work has on the ground across southern Ontario.
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