The success of our MAPLE® community depends on the contributions of our members, but also those organizations that have a shared interest in cross-border trade and investment. The relationships we have developed with the following organizations are important and we invite you to explore their capabilities and offerings.
Located in downtown Los Angeles, the office is dedicated to to helping Canadians working, visiting and living in our territory and to promote trade, investment and facilitate migration into Canada.
Please read a letter of congratulations from James Villeneuve, Consul General of Canada in Los Angeles, here.
As part of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada, the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service helps Canadian companies and organizations succeed globally.
Created in 1894, the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service (TCS) has more than 120 years of experience helping Canadian companies succeed in foreign markets by promoting the economic interests of Canada in the global marketplace.
If you’re looking to do business in Canada, the TCS global network of trade professionals can assist foreign companies in making Canada their next investment destination. Please refer to the Invest in Canada Infographic series for more market information.
The British Columbia Trade and Investment offices in the United States are the hub for programs located in the San Francisco and Silicon Valley area, Los Angeles, Sacramento and the Boston and New York area. British Columbia and the United States enjoy long-standing cultural relationships and extensive business connections. The team has developed extensive networks in the United States, and helps businesses capitalize on shared opportunities, especially in the growing sectors of clean technologies, digital media, agrifoods, life sciences, information and communication technologies.
Manitoba Trade and Investment (MTI) is the lead provincial agency for international business development for the Province of Manitoba, Canada. Manitoba Trade and Investment assists Manitoba businesses to become export-capable and to diversify into domestic and international markets by delivering targeted programs and services. Manitoba Trade and Investment also promotes Manitoba as a destination for inward foreign direct investment.
The United States is Manitoba’s largest trading partner and we are building on successes in the areas of agri-food, transportation, advanced manufacturing, and information and communications technologies.
The International Marketing Centre in San Francisco is located in the Canadian Consulate General. Its mandate is to promote awareness of Ontario and the province's many business and investment opportunities. The Centre's staff works with local companies to find investment opportunities in Ontario and to promote awareness of and access to Ontario-produced goods and services.
Opportunities NB (ONB) is an action-oriented agency working with industry partners, economic development stakeholders and public sector partners to seek and support high-growth businesses. ONB serves as a "one-stop" shop delivering seamless, integrated and responsive services, focusing on attracting and developing high-growth opportunities through foreign investment and exports. ONB creates customized solutions for growth-oriented business-to-business clients, developing a solid value proposition and exceptional testimonials from the companies who have already chosen to invest in New Brunswick, Canada.
For more information, please visit www.onbcanada.ca
The Québec Government Office in Los Angeles promotes the interests of Québec in the following sectors: business, investment, government institutions, education, culture and public affairs. Inaugurated in 1970, the Office serves the Western America, which includes 13 States.