Demographic Characteristics | Labor Force | Major Employers | Recent Expansions | Research Base | Universities | Community Colleges | Vocational & Technical Institutions | Average Wage Rates by Selected Occupations | Workers Compensation & Employment Insurance | Transportation | Taxation | Utilities | Environmental | Government | International Resources | Quality of Life | Employment Lands | Available Land & Buildings (OREA)
From the time the first wealthy American industrialist built his summer home in Cobourg in the 1800s, the Town has been recognized as housing some of Ontario's architectural gems.
The availability of skilled labour and its excellent transportation access has allowed the town to maintain a diversified and stable industrial base producing food, plastics, chemicals, auto parts and wire and cable.
All the components that contribute to a successful business - education, communications technology and a quality of life second to none make Cobourg a desirable business location.
|Same table for:||Northumberland County||Cramahe Township|
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