Filming is Good Business in Ontario

In addition to the jobs created directly by the industry, the film and television business supports hundreds of small businesses across Ontario. Your local coffee shop, hardware store or favourite landmark may have appeared on screen or benefitted from supplying a production.

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Located in the historic Canadian Pacific Railway station, the North Bay Museum strives to fulfil its mission to “inspire the discovery of the people and places of North Bay’s past and present” through programming and exhibits.

Learn more about the North Bay Museum.


Canadian Tire Motorsport Park is the leading racing and automotive performance facility in Canada. In addition to our major international races, it has hosted a a wide-ranging series of events.

Learn more about Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.


Pickering Museum Village is a living history museum that fosters a connection to Pickering by collecting, preserving, and interpreting artifacts and social culture. 

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RFPMEDIA in North Bay provides solutions for marketing and communications services by producing commercial audio & video media assets.

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The Quality Inn & Suites Bay Front is located across from Station Mall and within walking distance to the St. Mary’s River in Sault Ste. Marie.

Learn more about Quality Inn & Suites Bay Front.


ACE, located at Ontario Tech University, is a high-tech research and testing facility that allows for multiple shoots of diverse environments in a single day.

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Long & McQuade is a Canadian musical instrument store in operation since 1956.

Learn more about Long & McQuade.

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Jackman’s Flowers, a local retail florist in North Bay, Ontario that has been operating since 1908. 

Learn more about Jackman’s Flowers.

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The Diefenbunker, a museum and national historic site which was an underground bunker during the Cold War.

Learn more about the Diefenbunker.

Please see below to read recent economic impact studies for film and TV production in Ontario.
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