Iron ore shipments grew 68% to meet higher demand from Japan and China for the key ingredient in steelmaking.
Trade-offs include higher prices for consumers and manufacturers that rely on steel.
Will advocate for Ontario to receive an exemption from the policy before it comes into effect.
New contracts maintain wages, benefits, pensions and other terms for 540 USW members.
Requires regular checks for equipment for leaks, repairs, cleaner technologies, monitored emission levels and reports.
Measure to include all facilities that use more than 50 megawatts of electricity a month.
Leadership concludes constraints of being public not longer fit with its vision.
About 60% of US imports come from Canada, forced out of other markets by competition from China.
Expansion joint failed in a pipe, allowing wastewater to eventually flow into a waterway flowing into Lake Michigan.
Blamed on an expansion joint that failed in a pipe at the Indiana facility.
Kelowna-base company produces equipment for the oilfield and forestry sectors.
German official says the US calculations contradicted WTO rules and were intended to protect US steelmakers.
Incident involving carbon monoxide gas used in production is under investigation.
Asking for anti-dumping duties of 38% to 134% on aluminum foil for consumer, industrial uses.
Part of a multi-year effort to shrink bloated industries such as steel, coal, aluminum, cement and glass