As one of the fastest growing municipalities in Canada, Grimsby, Ontario has a population of 27,314 with a faster-than-average growth rate of 5%. Many people choose to live here and commute to work due to the town's convenient location between Toronto and the US border. Although many residents travel to larger cities for work, businesses have no trouble attracting well-educated, talented employees.
This town's major industries are business services, agriculture, and retail trade. Grimsby is the starting point of many winery tours of the Niagara Wine Region due to its numerous distilleries and wineries. The town of Grimsby offers businesses a wealth of information, substantial incentives, and excellent funding to help them succeed.
Grimsby, between Hamilton and St. Catharines, is connected to the major urban centres Mississauga and Toronto via the QEW. The US border is a 30 minute drive from town, and the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport is just 40km away. The Maple Leaf, an international passenger train operated by VIA Rail and Amtrak, stops at the Grimsby Rail Station.