Government survey shows only 7% of the polled businesses were familiar with details of the Canada-EU deal.
Will gradually boost the percentage of US components for qualifying American-made products from 50% to 75%.
With construction delays, first gas exports are expected one year later than the targeted date in 2024.
Arguing the Alberta law is unconstitutional, provinces can’t discriminate in the distribution of natural resource products.
Nothing in the new policy is compulsory or binding on the agency or any of its corporate clients.
Crown agency said it would have never knowingly taken part in any deal involving bribery or corruption.
Tariffs have increased manufacturing costs throughout North American supply chains.
Ceasefire in effect but the respite might not last: too many differences.
It means no funding for any international project that involves thermal coal.
Crown Corp. has yet to implement a framework first recommended in a 2009 audit.
An alternative to coal in power plants of Europe and Asia, promises carbon neutrality.
Predictions of widespread job loss and mill closures haven’t materialized.
Beijing faces complaints that a flood of Chinese aluminum, steel and other exports are being sold at unfairly low prices.
Review of the now cancelled deal ordered after it was revealed they would be used for “internal security operations.”
Follows a “rigorous investigation” launched last August at her request.