Associate Editor of PLANT, Canada’s largest industrial magazine dedicated to advancing Canadian manufacturing.
Millions of dollars going into loans and investments to get Alberta off its “roller-coaster dependence” on oil and gas royalties.
Federal go-ahead comes with 190 legally binding conditions attached.
White House hopefuls trade jabs on the economy, unreleased tax returns and private e-mail servers.
Research finds that prisoners receiving educational training were 43% less likely to re-offend than those who did not.
Deal includes a commitment by the automaker to invest $554-million in its Canadian operations.
“The Uninspireds”, “The Casual Daters” and “The Dissed” are looking for greener pastures.
Economic growth is expected to average 1.8% in the three territories between 2016 and 2020.
Incomes increase 5.2% in 2015 to $56,516, but still sit below 1999 peak of $57,909.
Banker says the likelihood of the pipeline being built fell 8% after members of the project’s advisory board forced to resign.
FortisBC says a hotter-than-usual summer in most of North America increased electricity demand.
Scotiabank, RBC say their decision to cancel existing relationships with marijuana-related business are the result of risk management procedures.
Businesses can choose countries they want to target and identify at customers in specific regions.
James Robert Liang of Newberry Park, Californi entered the plea in Detroit to one count of conspiracy to defraud the government.
Plans to operate the facility with the existing workforce.
OTTAWA — The first study of pollution from unconventional oil sands mines has concluded that so-called in-situ techniques also introduce contaminants into the environment. The results, which are from a University of Ottawa lab, suggest government should increase monitoring of…