Black Diamond Group Ltd. will build and lease the first phase of an upscale remote workforce housing project located in north central British Columbia.
Via Rail employees have been buying domestic cleaners and lubricants for use in their operations, a violation of the Crown corporation’s rules about using chemicals.
The world’s largest mining equipment manufacturer shelled out $7.6 billion for Milwaukee-based manufacturer of mining machines.
A new report outlines six reasons why Canadians will be at the forefront of global energy mergers and acquisitions.
The world’s largest company will initially purchase 12,000 Chevrolet Volt electric sedans in 2011 and will add other vehicles as manufacturers expand their electric vehicle line ups.
Rio Tinto Alcan plans to invest US$10 million to expand a bauxite residue containment site at its alumina refinery in Jonquiere, Que.
A look at some of the biggest and most influential labor action in Canadian history
Workers and opposition parties alike say Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty must do more to protect the pensions of retired workers that U.S. Steel is obligated to pay.
GE said it will likely spend $500 million on research and development and new customer innovation centres, adding more than 1,000 new jobs.
Hundreds of steelworkers locked out by U.S. Steel in Hamilton should brace for a long winter on the picket lines unless they’re willing to accept the global steel giant’s concessions, says one long-time industry watcher.