Inflation figures last month were backed by higher energy prices, but also price hikes on airfare, restaurants and mortgage interest costs
The commission will be led by Gordon Campbell, a former B.C. Liberal leader. Ford’s political rivals are questioning the necessity and potential bias of the inquiry
The rate was lifted to 1.5 per cent, up from 1.25 per cent
The N.B. government recently announced it will spend $10 million to create a nuclear research cluster
Consumer borrowing in the United States during the month of May saw the biggest monthly increase since November 2016
Dr. Rueben Devlin has been named as chair of a new council on improving health care, a position that pays almost $150K more than former Liberal premier Kathleen Wynne earned last year
Canadian businesses and organizations in the manufacturing sector secured $46.1M in government grants, contributions and incentives from federal and provincial programs this June. Can your business benefit?
Canadian businesses and organizations in the cleantech sector secured $155.4M in government grants, contributions and incentives from federal and provincial programs in May and June 2018. Can your business benefit?
U.S. officials see a threat in Beijing’s long-range development plan, called Made in China 2025, which targets industries like information technology, robotics, aerospace equipment, electric vehicles and biopharmaceuticals
The 2018 budget committed $4 million over two years to the project. Ontario has already launched a basic income pilot where single participants receive up to $16,989 a year and couples receive up to $24,027