News Government Manufacturing Economy General
December 1, 2020  

Highlights of the federal government’s fiscal update

Freeland budget is borrowing, taxing, tax breaks and rolling out the money for businesses and families.

News Manufacturing General
January 14, 2020  

Promised 25% wireless rate cut is on top of recent reductions: Bains

Rate reductions mandated to achieve over the next two years will be measured starting after the Oct. 21 election.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 9, 2019  

Government of Canada challenging small businesses to innovate

Asked to develop solutions for Canada Border Services Agency and other departments.

News Government Manufacturing General
April 15, 2019  

Feds could tell you when to drive if carbon price law stands, court told

Ontario’s challenge to the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act is about which level of government has the power to deal with the climate change problem.

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November 19, 2018  

Sophisticated phishing scams putting secrets at risk, Foreign Affairs says

Department plans to hire a company to test employees with phoney phishing messages.

News Government Manufacturing General
November 1, 2018  

Federal Liberals aim to add personal leave days as Ontario cuts them back

The change is part of a sweeping set of proposed Canada Labour Code amendments.

News Transportation General
November 1, 2018  

Manitoba wary of federal offer to help fund replacement for Greyhound buses

Greyhound announced in July that it would end service on all but one of its routes in western Canada.

News Electronics Government General
November 1, 2018  

Failure to report Canadian privacy breaches could mean big fines after Nov. 1

Some argue the new rules don’t go far enough, and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner needs enforcement powers.

News Government Oil & Gas General
November 1, 2018  

Court rejects secrecy bid in court case over alleged spying on activists

A case dealing with whether Canada’s spy agency overstepped the law in monitoring environmental activists will be open to the public.

News Government General
October 25, 2018  

Ottawa to run bigger than expected deficits over coming years

Feds are on pace to post a $19.4-billion deficit in 2018-19, $1.3 billion higher than the projection in last February’s budget.

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July 21, 2017  

Liberals look to meet increased youth green jobs promise

The jobs are being defined as those that help reduce energy consumption, limit GHGs and minimize pollution.

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations Economy General
June 21, 2017  

Senators defy Trudeau, propose amendments to federal budget bill

Senators have voted 46-32 to delete a so-called escalator tax on booze from the federal government’s budget.

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations Economy General
June 12, 2017  

Liberals seeking ways to change youth employment programs

Review will be designed to better target young Canadians who need the most help to get into the changing labour market.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
June 7, 2017  

Liberals face Senate showdown over infrastructure bank plan

Independent senator says the government has yet to fully answer questions about the so-called infrastructure bank.

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May 29, 2017  

Ottawa won’t impose national threshold for electric car purchases

22-member panel to come up with options for addressing barriers to zero-emission vehicles.