Union accuses parts makers of lack of commitment; and trying to force concessions
Lagarde says Canada has been a leader in creating monetary policies that weathered the recession.
Shareholders will vote on the transaction in early December.
Oilfield supply company reported revenues of more than $500 million.
Plant will build new Chevrolet vehicle when expansion complete in 2015.
University of Alberta poll suggests Chinese resources investment is acceptable, but ownership is less welcome.
Bill 2, the Responsible Energy Development Act, will also oversee resource developments from application to reclamation.
Governor Carney keeps current rate at 1%, but says rates will need to rise eventually.
Facility, part of the company’s $400 million expansion in Asia, will recycle up to 256,000 tons of aluminum a year.
Automakers will make a small van and develop mid-size cars to boost European business.
Former prime minister suggests investment by foreign companies is necessary to further develop Western Canada.
Industry minister Paradis blocked acquisition after it was ruled the deal didn’t provide a net benefit to Canada.
Pipeline was shut down last week over safety concerns.
Plant closures will eliminate 2,400 jobs, about 5% of the company’s workforce.
Automaker’s struggling in Europe, and expects to lost more than $1 billion there this year.