The Canadian Press
Industry analysts expect preliminary duties next April of between 25% and 40%.
Legal action continues over Churchill Falls deal despite overtures from Quebec to bury the hatchet.
The 4,500-kilometre pipeline would carry 1.1 million barrels of oil per day from Alberta to New Brunswick.
Canadians’ lifetime earnings value increased just 0.19% annually over three decades.
Would promote price and financial stability under current stagnant growth conditions.
More than 20,000 people who responded during a 45-day period for comments.
15% expect some growth and about half predict stability, according to Hays Canada survey.
Households will pay an average of $156 next year in added costs on gasoline and natural gas.
Trudeau sits down next week with provincial and territorial premiers to complete a pan-Canadian climate strategy.
Wynne government changed the rules, removing the auditor’s discretionary powers to approve or reject ads.
Potential benefits from $1-trillion infrastructure program for Canadian raw materials.
Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross wants to combat foreign consumption taxes that render US goods less competitive.
Province is preparing a defence along but also mounting expansion efforts as a buffer.
Will have the ability to borrow money from the province to manage its funding obligations.
Lucid Motors’ staff includes former Tesla employees, including its chief technology officer.