Too much emphasis put on rebuilding North American networks after they’ve blown down rather than prevention.
Study predicts quadrupling of flooding along the Halifax waterfront as sea levels rise 20 centimetres by mid century.
Federal and provincial effort will promote food, education, clean growth, and tourism sectors.
Morneau warns the Kinder Morgan deal does not set a new precedent for other projects.
Optimism is low that the former DSME Trenton facility will re-open as a major employer.
Seven in the Maritimes: five in New Brunswick and two in Nova Scotia by the end of 2018.
Study says removing barriers could create gains across Canada as high as 3.3% of GDP.
Conference Board of Canada says Alberta’s oil woes create a ripple effect.
Atlantic Provinces Economic Council predicts modest economic gains in 2015.
But the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council says a number of major capital projects should turn things around.
The 439 projects are worth a record $122 billion in investment, up 7% over last year.
Quebec, Atlantic provinces disproportionally benefit from hidden equalization
Housing starts in the US, expected to increase by about 25% next year, should benefit Atlantic lumber producers.
Under new rules, those who claim EI frequently will need to prove they’re actively seeking work.
The company’s six-year exploration agreement is the largest exploration rights bid in Atlantic Canada.