This is the second tranche of job cuts—totaling 14,000—announced by Bombardier this year while also asking for $2 billion in federal and provincial aid 14,000 cuts →
Behemoth banks and traditional financial services firms have been facing growing competition from the slew of new tech-savvy startups→
40 kilometres northwest of Fort St. John, facility will supply a proposed export terminal on B.C. coast→
Statistics Canada says prices were up in all eight major components that it tracks→
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration confirmed a women's death in a California car crash last month was due to injuries from an exploding airbag→
Company operates 27 facilities and employs more than 1,500 worldwide; identity of Shanghai-based buyers to remain undisclosed until deal closes →
International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland has reportedly walked out of talks with Wallonia without any progress. The stakes are huge because if the deal fails, it will likely destroy any possibility of the EU ever negotiating a similar trade deal→
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the move is evidence that multinational companies believe Canada is a good place to do business→
Comprehensive energy modeling and analysis tracks efficiency and reveals immediate opportunities to save
Packaging company adding employees, targeting 10 per cent growth as it prepares to step into the lucrative liquids segment→
If you find yourself scrambling to get your facility ready—you're probably already way behind, says Alps Welding president Dennis Dussin→
Floor could be returned to normal forklift truck traffic in less than 30 minutes, reducing downtime and maintenance costs→
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Market reports and guidance from economic development agency help Canadian manufacturers set up shop in the US→
Justin Trudeau introduced a divisive carbon tax plan earlier this month, but Catherine McKenna said further climate change measures will be introduced before Prime Minister meets with premiers in December →
Despite turbulence in nuclear industry, Tennessee Valley Authority brings Watts Bar Unit 2 online →
Provincial Liberals halted all offshore development in 2011, citing a lack of data; the moratorium is still in place, but Energy minister admits he's not sure there's any ongoing research →
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