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Job creation, business expansion and attraction

GO Train

The Municipality has worked hard to ensure that Clarington has the infrastructure in place to support jobs and a growing workforce. Clarington has collaborated with Metrolinx, the Ministry of Transportation, the Region of Durham, the Town of Whitby and the City of Oshawa to facilitate the expansion of GO Train service in Durham Region east to Courtice and Bowmanville by 2024. That project is continuing with extensive planning and consultation. Four GO trains are planned for the Clarington area each morning and each afternoon during rush hour. Clarington is also looking to create transportation hubs around the GO stations that promote livable, walkable, pedestrian-oriented, higher density communities.

To support existing businesses, Clarington has worked closely with Bell Canada, who is expanding its all-fibre broadband network in the Municipality. Clarington is also working with other service providers to address broadband concerns in rural areas.

Clarington has made significant strides to improve its development approval and application process. Working with the Clarington Board of Trade and Office of Economic Development, the Municipality has formed a Joint Economic Development Team (JET) that works to expedite large development proposals. JET worked with Toyota Canada to bring its Eastern Parts Distribution Centre to Clarington.


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