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Brantford is a city that lies within the Southwestern Ontario, Canada and has a population of less than a hundred thousand making it as the 27th largest city in Ontario. Known as the “Telephone City” due to its remarkable resident, Alexander Graham Bell, this city has a simple yet rich history that is waiting to be explored and discovered by the world.



The economy of Calgary has traditionally been associated with commerce and distribution. Recently, the city has become a centre for world energy and finance as shown in its prominent national position in the site of offices, which includes TransCanada, Enbridge, as well as Suncor Energy.



Charlottetown is the biggest city on Prince Edward Island and is the government and economic center of the province. There are several key business areas in Charlottetown, which includes biotechnology and it is one of the fastest-growing sectors in the city.



The economic development of Edmonton in previous years has and continues to strive. Future development builds upon the core fundamentals of Edmonton as the major manufacturing center of Alberta, the service center and urban supply for the north – the essential point between northern resources and American and Asian consumers.


Fort McMurray

The third biggest city in Alberta, Canada, Fort McMurray is considered as a population center and an urban service area. Economically, the city is known as one of Alberta’s hubs of oil productions which lies in Athabasca Oil Sands. The city also depends on its natural gas, oil pipelines, forestry, and tourism.



Beaumont & Co. is located in Halifax, in the Burnside Industrial Park, making this great city our home base. Much of our clientele is based in the HRM and we take pride in doing local business here whenever we have the opportunity, whether that be custom trade show displays, exhibits, trade show display rentals, signage, print etc.



Hamilton, named Canada’s most diversified economy, is home to the busiest multimodal cargo airport in the country, has the busiest port on the Great Lakes, and is strategically located within an hour drive to Toronto and the US border, Hamilton is the centre of it all.



Kelowna is a city and part of Southern interior of British Columbia, Canada that serves as the Regional District of Central Okanagan head office. The city’s name was derived from Okanagan language which is synonymous to a grizzly bear. The city’s population makes it the 22nd largest city in Canada and 3rd biggest urban area in British Columbia.



Kitchener is one of the cities of Regional Municipality of Waterloo, Ontario. With its neighboring cities, Waterloo and Cambridge, Kitchener form an integrated metro area in Southwestern Ontario. From 1854 until 1912, Kitchener was called as Town of Berlin then changed into City of Berlin from 1912-1916.



London is a metropolitan city in Ontario. It is also known as the ‘Forest City’ due to its surrounding of woodlands and farmlands. London city is home to the University of Western Ontario and Fanshawe College among other prestigious educational institutions. The city’s largest industries contributing to its economy include Education, Information Technology and Health Services.



Kelowna is a city and part of Southern interior of British Columbia, Canada that serves as the Regional District of Central Okanagan head office. The city’s name was derived from Okanagan language which is synonymous to a grizzly bear. The city’s population makes it the 22nd largest city in Canada and 3rd biggest urban area in British Columbia.



Moncton is the most centrally located maritime province in Canada, making it a strategic hub in regards to the Atlantic Trade Gateway, and is also centrally located globally, making it an excellent hub for trade between other countries.



There is no denying that Montréal is one of Canada’s richest cities, although tame by the standards of Vancouver or Toronto, the culturally diverse, bilingual cities economy has been on the rise. Montréal has foreign investments coming from abroad to thank for the growth of their economy. The city is rich in cultural diversity has a large number of international immigrants and international students and these numbers are constantly on the rise.



Oshawa is a magnificent city situated on the southeastern Ontario. As a port of entry, it serves as a significant manufacturing center. The automotive industry is a major driver of the economy, with large companies such as General Motors situated in Oshawa. There are numerous plants that manufacture machine parts, metals, plastics, glasses, and woolen mills.



Home of Canada’s federal government, Ottawa has the largest number of residents with a post-secondary education in the country, a bilingual rate of 44%, and more scientists, engineers, and PhDs per capita compared to any other cities in Canada.


Quebec City

For more than two decades, Québec City has had incredibly stable economic development. As one of the leading metropolitan regions in Canada, Québec City marks itself by having one of the highest development rates between the year 2008 and 2011, due to its highly expanded economy.



Situated in Saskatchewan Province, Canada, Regina City is second after Saskatoon in size and is position 16 among the largest cities in Canada. The economy of Regina City has expanded in recent years as investments in different industries increased, resulting in the creation of many different job opportunities.


Saint John

Saint John is a perfect location for trade show events and each year the number of trade show events being held here continues to grow. Saint John has a growing economy and a growing business scene that should be taken advantage of by participating in events like trade shows here.



On the South- central Saskatchewan, Canada, lies Saskatoon city. Saskatoon is a destination of choice for its endless economic opportunities and recreational activities. The mining industry is a significant contributor to Saskatoon’s economy, with the city being one of the leading producers of potash and uranium.



Originally known as Hyatt’s Mill, Sherbrooke was renamed after Sir John Coape Sherbrooke (1764–1840), a British general who was Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia (1812–1816), and Governor General of British North America (1816–1818). Sherbrooke is a city in southern Quebec, Canada. It is situated at the confluence of the Saint-François (St. Francis) and Magog rivers in the heart of the Estrie administrative region.


St. Catharines

St. Catharines is one of the best cities to visit in Canada. Surrounded by beautiful gardens, trails and luxurious parks, St. Catharines is also known as “The Garden City.” It is the sixth largest city, located in the southern part of Ontario. Over 133, 000 people live in St. Catharines, making it an ideal location offering prospects to capitalize on future developments.


St. John’s

St. John’s, the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador, is known for its relationship with fishing, as it has always been a base town for boats and is home to many fishermen and has been for many years, and is a very large part of the economy. This small east coast city is also known to have some of the friendliest people in Canada, as well as some of the most unique architecture, with bright coloured homes known as Jellybean Row.



The opportunity for business growth in Toronto is endless and is a fantastic location for trade shows, conferences and events. Aside from business development, the city does have a lot to offer tourists as well as residents. You can spend an afternoon exploring the city by foot, touring The CN Tower, the cobblestone streets of the Distillery District, or head to Toronto Islands for parks and beaches.



Vancouver has endless opportunities for business and leisure, and with the mild weather year-round, it is an ideal location for many trade shows, conferences and events. Beaumont & Co. is looking forward to being your Vancouver trade show display company for your next event.



Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia. With a population of over 80, 000 residents, it is the largest urban area on the island, serving as a major harbour in Canada.Its stunning parks, mild climate and attractive scenic beauty has earned it a nickname, ‘ the garden city.’ The picturesque city has a great history of culture and symbolism.



Windsor, strategically located in Southern Ontario, is a commercial and manufacturing center. The automotive industry is one of the leading sectors in Windsor. It has contributed significantly to the employment patterns in the area. General Motors, Chrysler and Ford are the largest investors in Windsor, with Chrysler being the city’s largest employer.



Winnipeg is one of the most inexpensive cities to live and do business in Canada, and has an extremely diverse population. There are many business opportunities here in a variety of sectors, making it a desirable location for trade shows, conferences or events of all types. Winnipeg hosts a large number of festivals yearly, is home to the Canadian Museum of Human Rights as well as the Royal Winnipeg Ballet.