Doug Suttles says the “building blocks” are now in place to chart a new strategy for the company.
AltaGas has a conditional option to purchase up to an additional 25% interest in Petrogas this year.
Ontario’s minimum wage has been frozen for the past three years at $10.25 an hour.
StatScan data suggests the unemployment rate for 15- to 24-year-olds has reached 16.4%, compared to Ontario’s overall rate of 7.5%.
Report predicts up to 11,000 jobs would be created to develop Energy East. Of that, Quebec represents 36% and Ontario represents 23%.
Elizabeth May says the Harper government is spending at least $78 million on marine spill studies specifically connected to bitumen.
Canada merchandise trade deficit with the world grew to $931 million in July from $460 million in June.
Continued increases suggest that recent shocks to the economy have been mitigated by strength elsewhere.
Tom Mulcair says new union will solidify the Canadian labour movement at a time when middle-class jobs are under attack.
Average weekly earnings of non-farm payroll employees rose a modest 0.2% to $919 in June, bringing the annual increase to 2.6%.
Industrial R&D in Canada is relatively personnel intensive and less capital intensive than in other comparative countries
A stronger US economy and a weaker loonie will support commodity prices and boost demand for Canadian exports.
Manufacturing would grow by 1.6%, with paper production and primary metals seeing the greatest benefit.
The value of these exports soared from $264 million to $553 million.
All that is needed is some flexibility on each side to complete a deal this year, trade minister says.