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Access generous R&D tax credits by opening a subsidiary in Montréal (Canada)

In collaboration with Montréal International
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Greater Montréal has established itself as an important international hub for tech companies in the last decades. Through a mix of aggressive corporate tax regime, relatively low operation costs, high-quality multilingual talent, and cutting edge university research, the city has reached the top 5 in North America for its concentration of tech jobs. In the ITC sector, companies such as Google, IBM, Facebook, Samsung, Behavox, Ericsson, and many more have opened R&D centers. In life sciences and MedTech, multinational companies such as Merck, Pfizer, Novartis, GE Healthcare, Sandoz, Siemens, among others, have chosen Montréal.

In the proposed webinar, you will learn about Montréal’s unique tech ecosystem and the most relevant tax incentives available for companies carrying out R&D activities.

Program of the event

Welcome words

Marie-Claude Francoeur, Québec Government Delegate in Boston

David Alward, Consul General of Canada in Boston



  • Montréal’s tech ecosystem, talent pool, operating costs, attractivity of the city
    By Sébastien Dakin, Director of Business Development at Montréal International
  • Review of the main R&D tax incentives available at the Federal and Provincial levels, strategies for establishing R&D activities in the province of Québec
    By Claude Jodoin, Partner at Fasken LLP
photo Sébastien Dakin Director of Business Development, Montréal International