Canada Nevada Business Increasing Bi-lateral Trade
Is business better in Nevada because of the Canada Nevada relationship? The answer is an astounding YES. In my recent article Canadians Investing in Las Vegas Real Estate I mentioned that 73,500 jobs in Nevada depend on the Canada–Nevada trade relationship, which is valued at $1.3 billion. This staggering statistic is from the Government of Canada website.
Nevada Geothermal Power Inc.
This Vancouver, British Columbia firm is a renewable energy development company. Boasting four projects in Nevada they have proven that geothermal energy is a renewable resource that is plentiful and available all day every day.
Nevada Geothermal Power Inc. has leases on Edna Mountain in Nevada. This property is a massive 12 square mile parcel of land. Edna Mountain is located within a promising geological setting with substantial evidence of past and present hydrothermal activity.
Western Lithium USA Corp.
Did you know that Nevada has one of the largest lithium deposits in the world? Western Lithium USA Corp. is a Canadian company that has its main office
in Reno. They are developing the Nevada lithium deposit into potentially one of the world’s largest strategic, scalable, and reliable sources of high quality lithium carbonate.
Western Lithium USA Corp. has found that Nevada is a mining friendly state. They are strategically located to meet U.S. domestic markets and have easy access to the Asian markets. They have positioned themselves as a major United States based supplier to support the growing global demand for lithium carbonate used in electric cars and mobile electronics.
Cirque du Soleil
Starting with a small group of 20 street performers in 1984 the Quebec based Cirque du Soleil has become known in Vegas as THE best of the best Vegas shows to see.
Cirque now has seven shows in Las Vegas:
- Mystere at Treasure Island
- O at the Bellagio
- Zumanity at New York New York
- KA at MGM Grand
- The Beatles Love at the Mirage
- Criss Angel Believe at Luxor
- Viva Elvis at Aria
Do you know of any other Canadian businesses operating in Nevada? Let us know in the comment section below.