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June 20, 2018

Pot to be legal by mid-September at latest after senators pass legalization bill

Bill C-45 will end almost a century of prohibition on recreational cannabis


June 20, 2018

Doug Ford says nurses, teachers in Ontario exempt from public sector hiring freeze

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath, whose party will form the official Opposition, said it's concerning that Ford's "big first move" is to cut back public services
June 20, 2018

Trump assails Canadian tariffs, accuses people of smuggling U.S. goods home

As the U.S. president once again went after Canada, our Foreign Affairs minister fended off attacks from rival MPs
June 20, 2018

Trump raises risk of economically harmful U.S.-China trade war

The administration's potential tariffs on Beijing could cover US$450 billion in goods, a sum equal to 89 per cent of Chinese goods imported to the U.S. last year

June 20, 2018

EU says it will start to impose tariffs on U.S. June 22

The targets include steel, agricultural and other products like bourbon, peanut butter, cranberries and orange juice
June 20, 2018

Survey: Foreign companies in China feel pressure to give up tech

The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China surveyed 532 European companies in the market and found that one in five "felt compelled to transfer technology in exchange for market access"

June 20, 2018

Survey: Foreign companies in China feel pressure to give up tech

The European Union Chamber of Commerce in China surveyed 532 European companies in the market and found that one in five "felt compelled to transfer technology in exchange for market access"
June 20, 2018

Canadians sign letter opposing U.S. Arctic drilling in Alaska wildlife sanctuary

The Northwest Territories and Yukon have made submissions to the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, to protect the birthing grounds of a northern caribou herd

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Success Centres

Safety & Sustainability

Cap and trade’s impact on manufacturers

Ontario's carbon crusade will likely mimic programs in California and Quebec
Energy Efficiency

Energy-intensive Canada could cut back dramatically through efficiency measures

According to a new report from The Conference Board of Canada, energy efficiency measures such as incentive programs, retrofits, audits, land-use measures, building standards and renewable subsidies can substantially reduce Canada's energy consumption
Industrial Edge

ADF Group: 60 years of steely resolve keeps Quebec fabricator in growth mode

Producer of steel assemblies and components for the construction market stands out for its production capacity

 


Financial Management

5 Essential Financing Tips

Look for a lender that knows your industry
Technology Showcase

Two-speed core drill offers efficient way to drill, tap and twist

The new JMU tools top the class with their compact design and versatility

 


Productivity Improvement

Seeing Is Believing with Loctite

The iconic adhesive brand is hitting the road this summer, travelling across North America in a tricked-out demo truck to showcase how adhesives can optimize design and repair bonding applications
Revenue Growth

Why Top Canadian Manufacturers are investing in Young Talent to Build Sales Force

From manufacturing in automotive to food processing to transportation equipment production, last year, Canadian manufacturers employed more than 1.5 million Canadians—which represents nearly 10 per cent of total employment nationwide
Export Success Skills

Forging a U.S. Presence – How to Access the U.S.

The decision to expand into the U.S. is a big step and part of a complex process

Cleantech Canada

June, 20 2018

Ontario green renovation rebates funded through cap-and-trade system cancelled

Its cancellation comes after Ontario's incoming premier said he would carry out his campaign promise to scrap the cap-and-trade system
June, 20 2018

B.C. judge approves Victoria’s plastic bag bylaw going into effect in July

The bylaw prohibits grocery stores from offering or selling plastic bags to shoppers in the B.C. capital and calls on businesses to charge customers 15 cents for a paper bag and $1 for a reusable bag
June, 19 2018

Looking for signs of global warming? They’re all around you

You don’t need a thermometer or a rain gauge to notice climate change, and you don’t need to be a scientist to see it



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