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Entrepreneurs welcome here

Norfolk County is strategically located within southern Canada – less than two hours to Toronto – Ontario’s largest city. Proximity allows for easy distribution to markets in North America. Over 150 million consumers live within one day’s drive.

Our location is critically important for on-time delivery of agriculture and food shipments. Located near major highways, airports and border crossings, Norfolk County is an ideal place to do business.

Welcome to Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada!

Workshops & Events

In collaboration with community partners, Norfolk County organizes a series of workshops and events throughout the year. These seminars and gatherings help support our business leaders by presenting relevant and valuable information for today’s economy.

Workshop series

Latest News

Cannabis sativa plant

Cannabis tourism business startups

Are you interested in starting up a cannabis tourism business in Norfolk County? We would like to hear from you ...
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Mae-Mart Farms

Agriculture highlighted in new economic development strategy

Agriculture is highlighted in Norfolk County's new economic development strategy, currently under review by Council. Among the recommendations addressing agriculture ...
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Canadian Trade Commissioner

FoodTech Accelerator Pilot & Trade Mission

Are you developing the "best thing since sliced bread" to advance the food industry? Whether it's a clean-label ingredient that ...
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Simcoe Gateway Sign

New signage greets Simcoe residents, visitors

Visitors and residents alike will be welcomed by a pair of new gateway signs in Simcoe. On May 28, 2019, ...
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“The County is behind you, get involved with them. The doors are open. The support is really there, if you just touch base with them. We continue to see Norfolk County moving programs forward.”
Jenn VanDeVelde, Wholesome Pickins
Norfolk's Future

Economic Development Strategy Review

Norfolk County is reviewing its Economic Development Strategy.


21 hours ago

Invest in Norfolk

We recently resurfaced the north end of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry parking lot on Old Cut Blvd for the benefit of everyone living and visiting Long Point. Donations to help support our efforts are greatly appreciated - Norfolk Tourism Invest in Norfolk Bird Studies Canada ... See MoreSee Less

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New gateway signage for Simcoe features two iconic and historic buildings. Governor Simcoe Square and Norfolk’s War Memorial, the Carillon Tower. #builtheritage #preservation #historymatters @NorfolkCountyCA @investnorfolk #welcome #gatewaysignage

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