Over one hundred and fifty organizations have committed to investing in Cape Breton's future economic growth. The current investors represent a wide cross section of industry sectors, such as tourism, transportation, retail and service, energy, arts and culture, fisheries, forestry, manufacturing, communications, and health, demonstrating Cape Breton's continued economic diversification.

7 by 7 Restaurant & The Parlour Sweet House

AG Research
Anchored Ideas

Big Spruce Brewing
Breton Ability Centre
Breton Technologies

Canmac Economics Ltd.
Cape Breton Centre for Craft and Design
Cape Breton China Corp.
Cape Breton Island Building and Construction Trades Council
Cape Easy Consulting Limited
CBRE Limited
Colaisde na Gàidhlig / The Gaelic College
Colbourne Auto
Colindale Business Solutions
Collegio Technologies Inc.
Connors Basics
Copol International Ltd.

Dora Construction

East Coast Credit Union
East Coast Metal Fabrication
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Eskasoni Kitpu Security Ltd.
Export Development Canada

Farmer’s Daughter
Flavor by Creative Catering
Fortress of Louisbourg Association

Group ATN Consulting

Health Outcomes Worldwide
Highland Village Museum
Home Instead Senior Care Sydney
Hunston Kachafanas Chartered Professional Accountants

Island Sauce Company

J. Francis Investments Ltd.

Kim Long & Associates

Lobsters ‘R’ Us Seafood

Mabou River Inn
Mayflower Mall
Membertou Trade and Convention Centre
Mercer Fuels Ltd.
Mi’kmaw Economic Benefits Office of Nova Scotia
Mulgrave Machine Works Ltd.

New Dawn Enterprises
Nova Scotia Construction Sector Council
Nova Scotia Works – NEDAC


Parkland, Cape Breton
Portside Law LLP

Ramsay’s Honda
Robert L. Sampson

Sampson McPhee Lawyers
Sydney Credit Union

The Lakes at Ben Eoin Golf Club & Resort

Workers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia