Ontario’s premier will sit down with GM executives Tuesday for his first face-to-face meeting since the company announced the Oshawa plant closure in November.
Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Saab are all in the running alongside Airbus for the federal contract.
Canopy Growth is conducting millions of dollars worth of research related to treating anxiety, insomnia and pain.
Manufacturing will present the biggest challenge for Chris Reynolds, who must navigate uncertain US trade policies.
Will discuss opportunities to support workers who will be out of a job when the Oshawa plant closes.
Each side digs in deeper after a White House meeting between Trump and Democratic leaders ends abruptly.
The PM was heckled by Indigenous protestors over arrests at a pipeline blockade in northwestern BC.
Chinese government has started forcing some detainees to work in manufacturing and food industries.
Reductions would be achieved as far as possible through voluntary departures.
No progress on US insistence on “structural changes” in areas such as Chinese technology policy, market access, IP protection.
Instantly put a halt to vinyl shipments for many smaller music shops.
Automaker rejects Unifor plan, going ahead with the shutdown.
Funding aimed at new technologies, improving productivity and staying competitive in international markets.
Automaker will also need to pay about $280 million to compensate vehicle owners.
TransCanada says its new name, TC Energy, reflects its diverse business interests in pipelines, power generation and energy storage operations.