Loonie hasn’t closed above 80 cents US since June 30, 2015.
Conference Board forecasts sector profits will surpass $2.13 billion in 2020.
BMO economist says dollar could dip below $0.70 before it starts to recover.
But Beijing says it’s aimed at making the tightly controlled currency more market-oriented.
A weaker Canadian dollar and solid US economy will continue to drive stronger manufacturing activity.
Even if Alberta runs a big deficit, it would take decades before it’s in the same debt situation as Ontario, CIBC report says.
Compared to going into the 2009 global recession, it’s in much worse shape.
New satellite orders during Q1 totalled $36.6 million.
Manufacturing sector worst hit, losing half its firms between 2006 and 2010.
Could put more upward pressure on the dollar.
A 97-cent loonie in 2013 offers exporters a bit of a reprieve.
En-Pro International says no reason for the recent price hike.
Two paper machines at a Nova Scotia mill are shutting down indefinitely as its parent company grapples with economic challenges and rising costs.