Manufacturing is gearing up but the province’s industrial landscape will be different.
Appetite for cars, electronics and appliances to drive greater factory output.
CCPA report finds 45% of investor-state dispute settlement claims were directed at Canada.
Energy price crash will boost consumer-spending power.
Will be retesting energy-related loans at $45 a barrel.
Economic expansion forecast reduced to 3% from 3.4%.
It can’t compete with a restructured and more efficient US.
Sales drop reflects lower production of aerospace products and parts.
It’s now the largest federal total transfer recipient in Canada.
Down to 0.3% to November with 2.5% decline in energy costs.
Volume expected to grow 5% and stay at that level for several years.
Strong economic forecast built on rising US demand, weak loonie.
A flat rate on investment income closes legal, taxation-avoiding tactics.
Among them are breaks for investments in equipment, R&D.
Ottawa is now banking on a $1.6-billion for 2015-16.