Unpublished report says potential toxic effects and environmental threats from bitumen pipelines are relatively unknown.
Fiscal monitor shows the federal books received a boost from a $6.5-billion drop in the government’s direct program spending.
Natural Resources Canada said the province has not made a request to initiate formal discussions.
Program expected to cost $3.5 billion, up from an initially proposed $3.1 billion when the ships were announced in 2007.
Auto parts manufacturer has promised to create 1,200 jobs at its Guelph, Ont. plant over the next 10 years.
Feds to with withdraw support from mining and energy companies that don’t resolve disputes with local communities.
Federal, Ontario governments suggest the automaker wouldn’t to job and economic requirements.
Falling oil prices could derail the government’s plans to cut taxes and table a balanced budget in 2015, economists say.
Maximum fines could increase to $100,000, specifically for violations that have resulted in financial benefit.
AgustaWestland, Airbus Helicopters Canada and Sikorsky have all signalled they won’t be submitting bids.
Economy likely to advance by 2.1% this year and remain above potential growth rate until 2018.
Oliver is widely respected within the Harper cabinet and is well known on Bay Street.
Planning return to private sector after eight years in cabinet.
The federal budget promised a private-sector led committee to develop a formal Made in Canada system.
Agreement in principle includes the renewal of the Labour Market Agreement, renamed the Canada Job Fund.