Working in Toronto

At BCG in Toronto, you'll be working with the top Canadian and global corporations on their most pressing issues to make a difference for the future of Canada. Our office is in the heart of the financial district, the center of business in Canada. Our diverse office culture is an exciting and dynamic workplace with a supportive family atmosphere.

Work and Culture


Located in one of the world’s most multicultural cities, BCG in Toronto is in the heart of the financial district and features spectacular views of the downtown skyline and Lake Ontario. The office is in prestigious Brookfield Place, a LEED certified building connected to the underground PATH system and just steps from Union Station, Toronto's public transit hubs, restaurants, shops, and entertainment.

Our Office History

BCG officially opened its first Canadian office in Toronto in 1993 when we merged with the Canada Consulting Group. Ever since, the Canadian practice has flourished, growing on average with strong double digit growth every year.

Our Work

Our Canadian practice and the Toronto office serve a broad mix of Canadian and global companies in consumer goods, retail, financial services, telecommunications and technology, mining, energy, industrial goods, health care, and automotive.

Our Canadian clients represent a third of the value of the Canadian stock exchange (TSX) and the annual returns of our North American clients are double that of the S&P 500.

BCG works collaboratively with our clients to solve their toughest problems and deliver incredible value, which is evident with approximately 90% of our work coming from repeat business.

Our People

Our Toronto team is a group of dedicated, collaborative, curious innovators. With a staff almost as diverse as our city, our Toronto team comes from a variety of backgrounds and experiences with representatives from almost 80 different academic disciplines—including business, engineering, fine arts, law, medicine, and much more. We also represent more than 68 schools from Canada and abroad. Our Canadian staff can speak over 30 languages and represent more than 15 nationalities. In addition to our local staff, each year, we host many international BCGers through a variety of mobility programs from the Ambassador program to the Associate Abroad to hosting international case team members or short-term parks following business school. We also offer many opportunities to our own staff to spend time in other offices around the globe.

Our Office Culture

The office fosters a culture that encourages professional challenges, development, and teamwork. Even as our office continues to grow and expand, we have been able to maintain a family feeling. Our staff enjoys spending time together—during case work as well as socializing in the office. They can grab a quick snack in one of four cafés in the office, enjoy a game of foosball or a latte in our lounge, or chat over drinks during our Friday afternoon schmooze.

We have many office social activities during which we come together to bond and celebrate, including our monthly office updates, regular social events, and Sunday pickup basketball. We also operate as a tight Canadian system, regularly coming together with our offices in Montréal and Calgary for our quarterly conferences, and offsite retreat.

Giving Back

In addition to the exciting and high-impact client work we do, we strive to be an integral part of the community of leaders who shape Canada's future.

BCG in Canada has a long history of giving back to our community and over the years has helped to incubate and launch CareerEdge, CivicAction (formerly Toronto City Summit Alliance), as well as TRIEC, TRAA, Luminato, and the Pecaut Centre for Social Impact.

We continue to actively support the Pecaut Centre and LEAP, the Centre's venture philanthropy arm, which is designed to scale innovative social impact solutions that address problems at the source. LEAP's first cohort of charities, including SNAP, are having tremendous success, and BCG has been a critical element in the strategy development and implementation phases.

In addition, we have played a pivotal role in shaping the strategies of numerous charities in Canada through our pro bono work and board participation, including charities such as Pathways to Education, Junior Achievement, SNAP, and CivicAction. In addition, we were the driving force behind the Greening Greater Toronto initiative.

Further, BCGers support local charities through our Board Fellows programs, mentoring activities, and officewide volunteering.

Welcome Letter

Welcome to BCG in Toronto.

As you’ll see, our colleagues have come to BCG in Toronto from a wide variety of backgrounds, and it’s this diversity of experience that allows us to come up with the creative solutions and fresh insights that enable our clients to succeed.

It is my great privilege to be a part of this team, collaborating with some of the finest business thinkers to help our clients grow, both as individual leaders within their organizations and as market-leading companies within their industries.

Our Canadian practice is focused primarily in the consumer goods, retail, financial services, industrial goods, technology, media, and energy industries. We tackle issues of strategic importance across all functions: organization, operations, marketing, corporate development, information systems, and digital innovation.

We also strive to give back to our community. Our consultants have tackled some of the critical issues facing our cities, such as high school dropout rates and environmental health.

I invite you to explore.

Warm Regards,

Cliff Grevler
Senior Partner & Managing Director

No matter what path I’ve chosen at BCG, I’ve always felt incredibly supported by my mentors, managers, and peers.

Dan Bodley
Managing Director & Partner

The people I work with are my greatest source of inspiration at BCG. They are passionate, driven, and always ready to take on the next challenge.

Beatrix Klein
Project Leader


Recruiting Lead