Ontario’s universities make a total economic impact of $115.8 billion on the province’s GDP. This includes the effects of spending related to university activities, developing talent, leaders and ...

Economic Impact of Ontario’s Universities

Published: July 18, 2017

Ontario’s universities make a total economic impact of $115.8 billion on the province’s GDP. This includes the effects of spending related to university activities, developing talent, leaders and innovators, and bettering the lives of Ontarians through research.

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