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What are the steps to starting your own business in Ontario?

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Starting a business in Ontario is a great idea, an idea that can reap many benefits. The Canadian government offers start up business loans to help entrepreneurs in Ontario. The Canada Small Business Financing (CSBF) Program is a federal loans program and offers loans to many thousands of small businesses each year, loan amounts averaging $100,000.00. This is an opportunity to get started in your own business. Join the many successful business owners in Ontario by starting now. For additional information, call the Business Finance Centre, 1-866-682-7580. They can provide assistance to help you learn more about the steps to starting a business in Ontario.
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