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Major Employers

Vaughan is home to major domestic and international companies in a wide range of sectors, including nationally and internationally renowned consumer and corporate brands.

Fast facts

  • Vaughan is the 3rd largest municipality in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) for large businesses (500+ employees)–after Toronto and Mississauga.
  • Vaughan is the 4th largest business centre in the GTA by number of businesses.

Top companies by employment

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Vaughan Metropolitan Centre from Highway 7

Success Story

Tenant: KPMG

“Vaughan was a clear choice for us to set up a new office. We are better positioned — literally — to serve clients across the Greater Toronto Area.”

Sebastian Distefano, GTA Regional Managing Partner, KPMG

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