In 2016, the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) ranked Truro at 32 in their 9th annual report, Entrepreneurial Communities: Canada’s top places to start and grow a business. According to Truro Town Hall, this one-year 42 place improvement is due in part to three factors: Population Demographics and Growth, Education and Available Talent, and the fact that Truro is a Transportation and Logistics Corridor ( I spoke in mid-December with the Mayor of Truro, Bill Mills and Truro Business Development Officer, Ben Seveno about the big boom in their small town.

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