Additional Support and Resources


BizPaL: An innovative online service that allows businesses to generate a customized list of the permits and licences they require from three levels of government – local, provincial, and federal – simply by providing some generic information about their business. To learn more, Visit

ServiceNL: Service NL offers a variety of resources to business including required business registrations, applications for Crown land, food establishment and liquor licences, liquor licences, building accessibility, electrical installations, fire and safety, and waste disposal, and more.

Phone: 1-709-729-3317

WorkplaceNL: All businesses with one or more employees must register with WorkplaceNL. They operates a work injury insurance program, providing benefits to injured workers as well as legal protection for employers.

Phone: 1-709-778-1000

Labour Market Information: To obtain all Newfoundland and Labrador Labour Standards information, please contact the Department of Advanced Education, and Skills and Labour.

Phone: 1-709-729-2742


Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA): ACOA is the federal government department responsible for leading economic development throughout the Atlantic region. ACOA, the federal government department responsible for leading economic development throughout the in Atlantic Canada, assists small- and medium-sized enterprises, helping them to establish or expand. businesses. – in industries where sustained employment growth appears most likely.

Phone: 1-709-772-2751

Canada Revenue Agency Business Account: CRA provides business owners with convenient and secure online access to their personalized business account information. The business account includes: corporate income tax, import / export, payroll deductions, and important information on  Goods and Services Tax.

Business Number: The Business Number (BN) is a numbering system that streamlines the way businesses deal with the Federal Government. It’s based on the idea of one business, one number. Not all businesses require a number or account, so check out it is important to read ‘Do you need a program account?’ on the CRA website before learn more.

Toll-Free: 1-800-959-5525

Industry Canada – Federal Incorporation: Incorporate a Business: This is where you Industry Canada is the agency to obtain a Federal Incorporation Kit for your companyFederal Incorporation information is available through Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada . It is advisable to You should consult a lawyer for legal advice to assist you with the structuring of your business. Note: There is a fee of $250 fee to incorporate your company as well as and an annual maintenance fee. Tip: Save $50 by registering online.

Toll-Free: 1-866-333-5556

Service Canada – Record of Employment: Record of Employment Forms must be obtained through Service Canada. You are required to submit one of these forms for each employee that leaves your company.

Toll-Free: 1-800-367-5693


Mount Pearl-Paradise Chamber of Commerce: The Chamber has a number of qualified members to represent local businesses in the community. It provides the following Services include promoting local businesses, hosting networking events, member-to-member benefits, and professional development. training and resources.

Phone: 1-709-364-8513

Metro Business Opportunities Corporation (MBO): MBO helps small businesses get off the ground, while also helping existing businesses in their expansion, modernization, and stabilization efforts. Business advisory and financial services are also offered to entrepreneurs, including a full spectrum of business consulting services. MBO is also a member of the Community Business Development Corporations network in Atlantic Canada, an independent network of not-for-profit organizations that work in cooperation with all levels of government and the private sector to meet the needs of small business.

Phone: 1-709-738-1626

Community Business Development Corporation (CBDC): CBDC assists in the creation, of small businesses, and in the expansion, and modernization of existing businesses offering, by providing financial and technical services. to entrepreneurs. The CBDC can provide Financing can be in the form of loans, loan guarantees, and equity financing (max $150,000). Other services include business counseling, development and training, and guidance / advocating to lending organizations. Their services are targeted to entrepreneurs who require with customized financing not normally available from traditional sources.

Toll-Free: 1-800-833-1829
Phone: 1-709-745-4406

Newfoundland and Labrador Organization of Women Entrepreneurs (NLOWE): NLOWE helps women entrepreneurs start, grow, and advance successful businesses that capitalize on emerging economic opportunities. NLOWE can give the support needed to help women develop and grow their business, with an It includes an extensive network of business advisors, members, clients, and partners who work together to foster the success of women entrepreneurs across NL. Newfoundland and Labrador.

Phone: 1-709-754-5555

Futurpreneur Canada (FC): A national non-profit organization dedicated to growing the nation’s economy one young entrepreneur at a time. FC provides Youth aged 18 to 39 have access to pre-launch coaching, business resources, start-up financing and mentoring to help them be successful entrepreneurs. them launch and sustain a successful entrepreneurial business. FC also provides pre and post-launch mentoring, along with online resources. FC’s partnership with the Business Development Bank of Canada allows them to offer up to $50,000 in start-up financing and up to $30,000 in expansion financing.

Phone: 1-800-464-2923



Community Profile: Click here to view our community profile, economic and demographic information.

Statistics Canada: Click here to view the City of Mount Pearl Census Profile conducted by Statistics Canada.

World Council for City Data: Click here to see how we compare with other municipalities nationally and internationally.

Harris Centre, RAnLab, Memorial University of Newfoundland: Click here to view a report on the City of Mount Pearl’s demography and social economic characteristics.



Jeremy Schwartz
Manager of Economic Development & Housing
(709) 748-1117