Bidenomics: More stimulus, tougher regulation, and gridlock
Biden’s view of most economists: until the virus is controlled, the economy cannot fully recover.
Royal Canadian Navy takes on Lockheed Martin’s SPY-7 radar
Scalable, modular system will provide protection over the next 40 years.
GOP backs Trump as he fights election results, transition
The Electoral College to formally confirm Biden’s victory on Dec. 14, and the Democrat will be sworn into office Jan. 20.
FedDev Ontario provides $6M for Windsor-Essex manufacturers
Funding is also leveraging more than $22.4 million in additional investments in the region.
Canadians support COVID-19 curfew if pandemic severe: Poll
Respondents’ enthusiasm varied by age, with young people less disposed to the notion.
Federal government still working on investments in Fiat Chrysler, GM
Open to working with other automakers who submit plans to increase their footprints in Canad
Biden win bad news for Keystone XL, but new relationship with Canada
Better aligned with Canada’s federal stance on climate change, could make Canadian companies more competitive with their US peers.
Biden’s long to do list to include repairing damaged Canada-US ties
…but COVID-19 is his most pressing issue, something Canada can help with given his focus on following science.
Trudeau first leader to talk to US president-elect Joe Biden
They discussed COVID-19, climate change, fighting anti-Black racism and China’s detention of the two Michaels.
Ottawa welcomes president elect Joe Biden as ally in climate fight
McKenna notes Biden’s promise to have the US rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement after it left the treaty last week.
Pfizer says early data signals COVID-19 vaccine is effective
The shots made with German partner BioNTech are among 10 possible vaccine candidates in late-stage testing.
Ontario government presents $187B pandemic era budget
Will spend $45 billion over the next three years to respond to the global health crisis.
Bombardier faces UK fraud investigation over plane contracts for Garuda
British inquiry follows other investigations have targeted the aerospace manufacturer in countries such as Sweden and Spain.
Freeland grilled over cost of pandemic aid, House fast-tracks rent relief bill
Finance minister refused to provide any new numbers about the size of this year’s deficit.
Alberta auditor general flags $1.6B in government accounting blunders
Says the errors have been or are being corrected by the United Conservative government.