Apr 25, 2017 – Published annually since 2014, Canada's Top Small & Medium Employers is an editorial competition that recognizes the best SME workplaces in Canada. Published each year in The Globe and Mail. Discover why this year's winners were chosen and search current job postings.

Small business is big in Canada: 98.2% of all businesses have fewer than 100 employees. When you add in medium-sized businesses (100 to 499 employees), the percentage rises to 99.8%. … Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and …

Small– and medium-sized businesses (SMEs), or companies with fewer than 500 employees, employ more than 90 per cent of Canada's private sector workforce, make up 30 per cent of Canada's GDP, 25 per cent of our exports and account for 95 per cent of net job creation. SMEs are also a significant constituency in the …

Small to medium enterprises (SMEs) make up the vast majority of businesses in most countries. … Breaking down the SME definition, Industry Canada defines a small business as one that has fewer than 100 employees (if the business is a goods-producing business) or fewer than 50 employees (if the business is a …

Key Small Business Statistics — June 2016; contribution to Canadian Net Employment Change; A Comparison of the Performance of Female-Owned and Male-Owned Small and Medium; SME Profile: Co-operatives in Canada — April 2016; Comparing Measures of High-Growth Enterprises: A Canadian Case Study …

Financing Statistics–November 2013 is a special edition of Key Small Business Statistics that presents various statistics on the financing of Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises including credit request and approval rates, average value of loan requests and intended use of financing. Some statistics are presented …