Shelves plans to restart part of its Alberta oil sands operations damaged by a blast in January that killed two workers.
$31 million automated facility will increase capacity and create 106 new jobs over the next three years.
Alberta is introducing two royalty programs to encourage the energy sector to spend more on developments.
Couillard says the program is on track with a pipeline of 370 firm orders.
Lawsuit alleges facility had inadequate safety standards.
The leader of every US ally has urged action to reduce climate-warming carbon emissions.
Partners blames drop in natural gas prices for the delay, which it says has made the project too expensive for now.
Acadian Maple products depends on the EU for about 60% of its exports.
First CS300 will be delivered to Latvia’s airBaltic in Q4.
Court rules the Canadian government failed in its duty to consult with aboriginal people before approving the pipeline in 2014.
An estimated 30 million barrel of production worth up to $1.6 billion was lost due to the fire in May.
Tesla says sensors connected to the Model S’s autopilot system failed to detect the white truck as it turned into the path of the car.
Ukrainian officials hopeful agreement it will spark an influx of Canadian investment for their country’s struggling economy.
Goods-producing industries shed 46,200 positions.
The Agreement on Internal Trade signed in 1994 has been a headache for businesses and consumers.