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To promote the development of the economic Francophonie throughout the province, the country and internationally, the FGA is developing an exclusive range of tools and services for Franco-Ontarian businesses and organizations members of the FGA. Get to know more about them!
The FGA will represent the interests of Ontario’s Francophone business community to provincial and federal decision-makers.
It will also provide support and resources to local business groups looking to ensure their voices are heard.
The FGA will promote and encourage increased networking and synergies among its members.
Offer a selection of exclusive corporates benefits to its members.
The organization will develop a variety of useful tools to help its members develop and grow.
Learning and events: The FGA will organize events—such as inter-municipal, provincial, inter-provincial and, potentially, international gatherings—in support of its members and the Ontario Francophone business community.
Not-for-Profit: Open to any local, regional, or provincial business association based in Ontario.
Corporate: Open to any Ontario business or organization that shares the FGA’s vision and mission and wants to help it achieve its goals.
Individual: Open to any private company, entrepreneur, or business person located in an area not already represented by an associate member.
15 November 2022
Trois-Rivières, November 15, 2022—Today, as part of the Journée Économique—Perspective 2023, Jean-François Roberge, Quebec’s Minister responsible for Canadian Relations and Francophonie, […]
18 October 2022
Toronto and Montreal, October 18, 2022— The Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ) and the Fédération des gens […]
16 March 2022
Organizations and businesses will now have more time to submit their applications and implement the projects selected TORONTO – Today, […]
03 February 2022
Toronto, February 3, 2022— The Fédération des gens d’affaires francophones de l’Ontario (FGA) is pleased to be able to continue […]
08 November 2021
Toronto, November 8, 2021—Today, as part of the Francophone component of the Toronto Global Forum, Québec’s Minister responsible for Canadian […]
The Université de l’Ontario français becomes a member of the FGA.
Mazars becomes a member of the FGA.
Boomrank becomes a member of the FGA.
Junction Law becomes a member of the FGA.
March 31st, 2022
Inkubo.ca: a new FGA portal to support the Franco-Ontarian business ecosystem and its companies
Agilec becomes a member of the FGA.
LCBO becomes a member of the FGA.
Glendon University becomes a member of the FGA.
Centre francophone du Grand Toronto becomes a member of the FGA.
Air Canada becomes a member of the FGA.
CIBC becomes the first Prestige Member of the FGA. CIBC helps small and medium-sized enterprises prepare for tomorrow’s world with its expert advice, innovative solutions and personalized financial offers.
CIBC is unveiling exclusive offers to FGA members and their employees. Discover these exceptional opportunities!
Export Development Canada (EDC) becomes a member of the FGA.
TELUS becomes a member of the FGA.
BMO becomes a member of the FGA.
Croix Bleue Medavie becomes a member of the FGA.
TD becomes a member of the FGA.
TD becomes a member of the FGA.
BDC becomes a member of the FGA.
June 28, 2021
The FGA launches Mentorat RésOntario, the reference in mentoring for Francophone entrepreneurs in Ontario, as well as an essential economic development tool.
June 22, 2021
The Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ), the Fédération des gens d’affaires francophones de l’Ontario (FGA), the Conseil de développement économique de l’Alberta (CDEA) and the Conseil économique du Nouveau-Brunswick (CENB) are organizing the first annual meeting of Francophone business people in Canada to exchange and network with representatives from across the country.
June 21, 2021
The call for nominations for the Ontario-Quebec Francophone Trade Award is officially launched! The result of a collaboration between the Fédération des gens d’affaires francophones de l’Ontario (FGA) and the Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ), with the support of the governments of Ontario and Quebec, this award aims to highlight Francophone businesses that have made a significant contribution to increasing trade between Ontario and Quebec.
Empire Life becomes a member of the FGA.
February 14, 2021:
Registrations are launched on Quartier d’affaires, the French-speaking portal to b2beematch.com, the intelligent matchmaking platform for businesses. It connects companies with verified service providers, customers and potential partners. Subscribe here.
January 28, 2021:
Grand opening of the FGA during a virtual event alongside Ontario’s francophone economic actors.
January 1, 2021:
The Fédération des gens d’affaires francophones de l’Ontario is officially launched.
December 3, 2020:
The Ontario government announces that the Club canadien de Toronto has been selected to develop the Réseau économique francophone, which will become the Fédération des gens d’affaires francophones de l’Ontario.
September 22, 2020:
The Ontario government announces a new investment of $500,000 to support Franco-Ontarian businesses and entrepreneurs, of which $250,000 is allocated to the creation of a new online platform – the Réseau économique francophone.
After months of consultations led by the Ministry of Francophone Affairs, the Clarence-Rockland Chamber of Commerce, the Hawkesbury Chamber of Commerce, the Prescott-Russell Chamber of Commerce, the Greater Sudbury Chamber of Commerce, the Timmins Chamber of Commerce, the Club canadien de Toronto, Entreprise Niagara/Ventures Niagara, the Regroupement Affaires Femmes (RAF), the Regroupement des gens d’affaires de la Capitale nationale (RGA) and the Société Économique de l’Ontario (SÉO) suggest to create a Fédération des gens d’affaires francophones de l’Ontario.