According to a government release, the deal is expected to increase Canadian exports to South Korea by 32 per cent and expand the economy by $1.7 billion
The document, which highlights data that is in stark contrast to the current Conservative party messaging, was prepared last October by the department that runs the employment insurance fund and other income-support programs
The project has been mired in political sniping between Queen’s Park and Ottawa
One such project might be a second bridge between Detroit and Windsor, Ont.
A Lockheed Martin executive publicly threatened that existing contracts signed by Canadian companies would likely not be renewed if the federal government went in another direction
The shuffle has been billed as the biggest since Harper took power in 2006
The aid will be spread over six years and go towards mining-related initiatives and education—a new and controversial approach for Canada’s aid and foreign policy
The Asia-Pacific Foundation of Canada has formulated a detailed plan to avoid recent global economic weakness and leverage Canada’s capabilities in Asia
The frustrated employees of insolvent aircraft maintenance company Aveos denounced both Air Canada and the federal government for letting their former employer die.
Prime Minister Harper is asking for input from entrepreneurs, workers and small businesses on how his government should handle its economic challenges in 2012.