The Canadian Press
Air conditioner-maker planned to eliminate 1,400 jobs and move operations to Mexico.
Received $651,000 in kickbacks as a purchasing director at Utz Quality foods.
That’s where most of the employment growth has been since late 2014 and wages are above average.
Request for $1 billion of federal funding could help with its next aircraft development project.
Current number of CF-18s available now insufficient; Canada will have to increase the number of new planes.
But the province adds 25,000 jobs in the last three months, manufacturing shipments increase.
Liberals say they want to be “technology agnostic” when they sign contracts for new electricity.
Province will pay three power producers $97 million a year until 2030 to compensate them for moving to cleaner energy.
Allows the province to meet federal emission requirements over time, system-wide.
Air conditioner maker confirms it has had talks about relocating Indianapolis manufacturing operations to a facility in Mexico.
Shortfall blamed on a combination of lower revenue and higher program spending.
WTO finds support Washington state promised to Boeing from 2024 to 2040 amounts to “prohibited” subsidies.
Delivery comes five months after the smaller CS100 began flying with Swiss International Air Lines.
26 “troubled children” in court-monitored receivership or restructuring.
Paris-based think tank says the world economy is trapped in a period of low growth.