If successful, Israel would become the fourth country to land a craft on the moon, after the U.S., the Soviet Union and China. The project has a price tag of US$95 million
Volkswagen agrees to a $10 billion settlement and acknowledges that vehicles were programmed to cheat on emissions tests.
New technology installed along B.C. highways allow for variable speed limits and are intended to reduce crashes.
The impact of Friday’s tariff on U.S. orders from China should be limited, according to analysts. But Chinese exporters of goods, such as medical, construction and factory equipment, already report a cooling effect
A series of electric vehicle charging stations are being installed on B.C. roads and will help address “range anxiety”
Companies will need to make use of consultants, adapt to rising pay expectations, and broaden recruitment efforts to try and fill the gap, as demand for cyber talent in Canada is climbing by seven per cent annually
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 survey comes about a month after the Ontario Securities Commission joined forces with its peers in the U.S. and Canada to warn investors about cryptocurrency-related investment schemes
The U.S. grocer could be the first to make deliveries with robotic cars that won’t have a human riding along to take control in case something goes wrong
A Chinese official says the country’s growth “has brought great opportunities to trading partners all over the world.” China has positioned itself as a defender of free trade in its dispute with the U.S. despite how closed off its economy is