Feature Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations Production
July 5, 2015  

Trimming the training budget?

Training is seen as low hanging fruit ripe for cutting, but doing so will have longer term consequences.

News Manufacturing General Operations Production
April 23, 2015  

Innovation, technology increases training ROI

Report calls on more employers to consider the advantages of innovative “smart learning systems.”

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations General
November 24, 2014  

Anti-corruption rules on suppliers a threat to economy: study

Canadian Council of Chief Executives says suspension of a single firm could cost Canada more than $1 billion.

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations
April 7, 2014  

Canada’s largest firms say they pay more than corporate tax rate

PwC says the explanation is that bigger firms pay as much in other forms of taxation, such as EI and property taxes.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
January 22, 2014  

Big biz urges Tories to spend anticipated surplus carefully

A national labour strategy, levelling the corporate tax field and ratifying trade deals must be priorities.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Facilities Maintenance Operations Production Technology
November 14, 2013  

Canada, US border initiatives moving too slowly: John Manley

A historic opportunity to slash red tape at the Canada-US border, is in danger of slipping away, says the head of border lobby group.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
March 13, 2013  

Business groups stress support for Canada EU trade deal

They’ll stand behind it and help sell the deal to Canadians.

News Business Operations Operations Technology
February 25, 2013  

Businesses to feel the pain from US sequestration

Beyond the Borders at risk, exports facing hold-ups, business travel hassles.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
February 4, 2013  

US fiscal woes a drag on Beyond the Border progress

US fiscal woes a drag on Beyond the Border progress.

News Energy Manufacturing Business Operations Sustainability
November 1, 2012  

A price to pay if China gets a no on Nexen

Investors would question Ottawa’s commitment to open markets

News Business Operations
February 16, 2012  

China depicted as unfair trader ‘simplistic’: report

A new report on the emergence of China as a global engine of growth suggests Western countries like Canada had better get on board – and that the perils are less than critics maintain.

News Business Operations
October 19, 2011  

Canada seen as a fumbler by Asia: report

A CCCE report says Canada’s federal government has fumbled lucrative economic opportunities in China and the rest of Asia: it will need to work hard to catch up.

News Energy Sustainability
November 11, 2010  

CEOs call for carbon pricing, energy strategy

Canada’s CEOs are calling on all levels of government to come up with a workable, consistent national energy strategy that includes carbon pricing to address the climate change issue.