Strategic agreement will focus on Anticosti Island resource
Technology eliminates toxic red mud, but also retrieves rare earths and other valuable elements.
Higher natural gas process and increased oil sands volumes improved cash flow.
Agreement extends through March 2015 and covers 600 USW-represented workers.
Declining prices and increasing construction costs prompted reduction.
Deal expected to close in Q1 2015.
GE research suggests revenues growing two times faster than GDP.
Says job cuts are an effort to improve its profitability.
There’s more projects chasing buyers than vice versa, complicating the economics of exporting Canadian LNG.
Missed CFIA deadline for documenting food safety improvements.