Established in 1993, the Ontario Aerospace Council (OAC), a not-for-profit organization, is comprised of over 200 member companies, representing over 70% of the Ontario aerospace industry employment base and spans all tiers, business activities and sizes.

Our purpose is to enhance recognition of Ontario’s capabilities as a leader in global aerospace markets and work together to build greater expertise to assure continued growth and prosperity. OAC fosters relationships between all stakeholders: industry, academia, researchers, governments and associations to gather and share industry intelligence, identify and facilitate funding as well as being an active catalyst for industry growth.


OAC shares Key Information Tools & Business Support programs from Government Partners in its new COVID-19 INFO web section (see above tab).

News week of June 19, 2020:

News on June 1, 2020:

News on May 29, 2020:
Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy (CEWS) Extension Survey CLOSES JUNE 5TH: Participate in the consultative process with the Govt of Canada to look at potential changes to ensure key objectives to maximize employment, ensure the Canadian Emergency Wage Subsidy CEWS reflects the immediate needs of businesses, and support the post-crisis economic recovery are aligned.

News on May 13, 2020:

The Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) is now accepting applications under the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund (RRRF). This new Fund, officially launched on May 13, 2020, is being delivered by regional development agencies across the country to help organizations continue their operations and position themselves for a successful recovery.

FedDev Ontario is delivering $252.4 million in funding through the RRRF in southern Ontario, including $213 million for SMEs facing financial pressure, and $39.4 million through the Community Futures Development Corporations (CFDCs).

News on April 28, 2020:

Ontario has announced a gradual staged approach to reopening the province: "A Framework for Reopening our Province". Through all three stages, public health and safety will be the number one concern, while balancing the needs of people and businesses.

Ontario has also launched COVID-19: Tackling the Barriers website: businesses working to retool their operations to produce health-related products, or those that want to continue their operations in this new environment of physical distancing, can submit any potential roadblocks through the website.

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New reality for the aviation sector: Ready to takeoff?

2020-07-20 » 2020-07-24
CANCELLED: Farnborough International Airshow 2020

DATE TBC: OAC's "The Business of Business Aviation"

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