DESTL: Serving business

DESTL's mission is to support projects that foster the growth of the borough's collective wealth while stimulating the development of Saint-Laurent businesses. It helps create an environment conducive to business development that will generate economic, environmental and job-creation benefits.

Its team of professionals offers its expertise to entrepreneurs seeking to set up shop, expand their business, and create jobs in Saint-Laurent.

$15 billion

in sales in 2015

in Saint-Laurent

106,945

jobs in the borough

4,598

businesses in Saint-Laurent

29,931

Manufacturing jobs

4,206

SMEs in Saint-Laurent

$688,000,000

in industrial real estate investments

10,000,000

km NOT travelled

thanks to carpooling

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Our best wishes!

Our best wishes!

The DESTL team would like to extend to you their best wishes for the Holiday Season. May 2017 bring you all the success you hope for!  

Latest News

Business News: A nice gesture from Siemens and its employees

Business News: A nice gesture from Siemens and its employees

To celebrate the holiday season, Siemens Canada is giving a second life to more than 480 decommissioned computers by donating them to the charity Corporations For Community Connections (CFCC) for refurbishment and then distribution by the Salvation Army to those in need in the greater Montreal area.   view more
Investment: Hypertec Group

Investment: Hypertec Group

Hypertec Group has announced a project that will require an investment of $71.4 million and that will create 260 jobs. The government of Québec is offering financial support of $12 million.  view more
"Discovery" Breakfast: Aerospace Technology Center

"Discovery" Breakfast: Aerospace Technology Center

You are a manufacturer of machining parts or composite material and you serve the transport sector - aerospace, rail and road? This activity is for you!  view more
Export: CETA

Export: CETA

With the rise in protectionism in some parts of the world, the signing of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with Europe should encourage Québec businesses to take preparatory steps now in order to benefit from the European export facilities as soon as CETA provisionally comes into force.   view more
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