Permits can be revoked if the death count is too high, but revocation is considered a last resort.
Welcomes AMGEN Canada as anchor client
Employment in the manufacturing sector rose by 24,600, but factory jobs are still down 44,000 from a year ago.
Energy minister said deal will be seven-year contract with option of three-year extension
Macklem, who was beat out for the top bank job by Stephen Poloz, will depart in the spring
Shell said the cost of the plant and the expected profit it could generate made the plant not a viable option.
A new report says Canada’s fisheries and aquaculture industries should target growing markets abroad, but they should also work to revive domestic demand
Retailer extending tractor trailer pilot project
The surprise reversal from September was achieved primarily because of a 1.2 per cent decline in imports
OPEC agrees to maintain its daily production target of 30 million barrels a day
The French automaker and partner Dongfeng Motor Group. will each own 50% of the venture.
Company said it expects to realize US$30 million in net proceeds.
The Japanese automaker hopes its Venucia brand will build its share of China's crowded auto market from 6% to 10%.
The startup date for the bitumen upgrader has been pushed back to September 2017 from mid-2016.
University of British Columbia PhD candidate Daniel Mang took home a $10,000 scholarship for his work
Ford Fiesta ST boogies down
New Democrat head Thomas Mulcair said Conservatives are squandering export opportunities
The latest Food Price Index from the University of Guelph says consumers should expect price increases but they won’t be as high as the past few years
A third of commercial fleet telematics units will be based on consumer smartphone platforms by 2018