Fire burned for two days and injured one employee.
Latest cut is the third since January, 2015, when the rate was 4.5%.
$62 billion deal will see companies come together, then break apart into three separate, publicly traded companies.
Judges conclude that the National Energy Board can override municipal laws.
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.
Third consecutive month of growth.
Modifications in the budget are expected to make the existing Build in Canada Innovation Program far more ambitious.
Young people looking for a way out of dead-end employment represent the next generation of skilled workers.
A new 800,000 square-foot greenhouse facility will have an annual capacity equivalent to almost 313 million joints.
VW and Audi vehicles with 2-litre diesel engines make up the bulk of those caught up in Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal.
AGNORA focuses on employee well-being to eliminate traditional problems related to absenteeism and skills shortages.
Investment will be used to purchase new equipment, create a new testing laboratory.
Coalition calls for government action as soaring energy and carbon costs drive small and mid-sized companies out of the province.