Fire burned for two days and injured one employee.
Investment is part of the company’s strategy to benefit from what it calls “a friendly business environment” under President Trump.
Latest cut is the third since January, 2015, when the rate was 4.5%.
First in BC to approve the co-management of the development of a LNG facility.
$62 billion deal will see companies come together, then break apart into three separate, publicly traded companies.
The LNG terminal on BC’s north coast is backed by Malaysia’s national oil and gas company Petronas.
The federal budget will examine the potential of artificial intelligence to disrupt industries, politics, and societies.
Funding for social infrastructure projects could increase by up to 33%.
Budget expected to detail plan to foster an innovation economy to recharge Canada’s long-term economic growth.
Regulator rules company didn’t prove its plan to use water cap to contain tailings was a viable enough option.
Finance Minister Bill Morneau has tasked an advisory council to study issues related to workers being replaced by technology.
Unrest erupted when a worker beat up a supervisor and the workers union prevented management from disciplining the worker.
Automotive and auto parts subsector grew by 17.1% to $11.9 billion, its first increase in three months.
Initial work will be focused on engagement and communication, while growing the CME’s membership base.
Not all necessary safeguards have been implemented to protect networks, data and systems from cyber threats.