Energy products exports rose 3.9 per cent to $9.1-billion in March on back of natural gas volume boost
Industry veteran Bo Ewald will lead the Burnaby, BC company’s new American operations.
Relief funds will help cover debts, operating costs of around 120 companies forced to halt operations
Pipeline company pushes for $1.52/gigajoule, still much reduced from 2011 toll.
Will focus on higher-cost plants as it confronts low prices.
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Increased costs from renewable, nuclear and hydroelectric sources.
Incident took place on a manufacturing line at Dortec Industries, a division of Magna.
Promises to clarify procedures on issuing AMPs
Expanded strategic deal includes equipment and co-commercialization.
Mix of fortunate timing, lacklustre new phones from competitors giving Waterloo-based company a boost.
Canadian Coast Guard Ship Private Robertson V.C. will patrol Great Lakes, St. Lawrence Seaway
Canadian Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index registered 50.1 for month after March drop
Export orders continue decline.
Changes have trimmed Quebec-based pulp and paper producer's newsprint capacity
Acquisition will improve company's presence in large growth regions in western Canada.
The work, worth up to $18.7 million will take place in the UK and last up to 30 months.
Report points to steep costs, far-off benefits.
Manufacturing output rose 0.8 per cent in February, building on 0.6 per cent gain in previous month
Kathleen Wynne claims she learned about decision to cancel Mississauga plant through media