Innovation Resource Map


Mississauga is where companies, businesses, community partners and talent can connect, innovate and grow. We have the right ingredients to be the business-scaling and commercialization heart of Canada’s Innovation Corridor.

Our Innovation Resource Map highlights organizations around Mississauga that offer innovative and entrepreneurial products, services and solutions. These organizations include the University of Toronto Mississauga’s SpinUp Lab, Ontario Centre of Innovation, the National Research Council of Canada and many more. To discover the full list of organizations, please view the interactive map below.

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Sheridan College was established in 1967 and is one of Ontario’s leading post-secondary institutions, educating approximately 27,000 full-time and 4,000 part-time students every year across all their campuses. Sheridan is nationally and internationally recognized for excellence in business, digital media and communications, performing arts, visual arts and design, applied computing and engineering sciences, and community service studies.…

The IDEA Square One Entrepreneurship Hub is the home of IDEA Mississauga. Located Downtown inside the Square One Shopping Centre, IDEA Square One is a 4,300 square-foot facility for startups, scale-ups, corporate leaders, and investors to collaborate and grow together. Come experience Mississauga’s vibrant entrepreneurship and innovation community at IDEA Square One!…

The Core Mississauga is the first purpose-built life sciences campus in the Region. It is the central node of the Life Sciences corridor in Ontario. Expected for completion in 2024, this 5-building campus will deliver 400,000 SF of best-in-class lab and advanced R&D space designed to help life sciences organizations flourish.…

The advanced materials research facility in Mississauga is the NRC’s first physical research presence in the Greater Toronto Area. The new facility acts as a catalyst to accelerate the development of advanced materials technologies and their commercialization in disruptive new products. Together with industry, academia, and other government department (OGD) partners, the facility establishes and operates a national innovation platform, supporting and undertaking foundational research and development (R&D) to develop new materials, scaling up their production, and de-risking and demonstrating their application.…

The University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) has launched the Centre for Medicinal Chemistry focusing on the development of new drugs targeting cancer and other diseases. The laboratory of Professor Patrick Gunning of UTM’s Department of Chemical & Physical Sciences is the catalyst for the creation of this Centre. Gunning’s research team designs lead compounds that have the potential to be turned into cancer-fighting drugs. The Centre integrates a national network of leading health care institutions and researchers. It is unique in Canada with its focus on developing cancer therapeutics from initial computational design right through to definitive animal trials.…

The Lakeview Innovation District seeks to create an ecosystem which builds upon Lakeview Village’s Smart and Sustainable development foundation to deliver an environment where people can research and develop innovative solutions that help to educate and drive behavioural change globally, and, help to generate universal economic prosperity. The Clear Competitive Advantage for The Lakeview Innovation District is the adjacent and integrated Lakeview Village Community and its ability to act as a Living Lab/Sandbox as the greater Community builds out over the next 20-25 years. Lakeview Innovation District aims to become a world-renowned centre for innovation with access to transit, connecting ind…

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