There’s concerns that removing a tariff of 6.1% on auto imports from South Korea will further skew the playing field.
Opposition parties say the Tories are putting political interests ahead of Canada’s economic well-being.
Finance minister says the Conservatives are trying to balance its books at the expense of the provinces.
Jayson Myers says governments must address a lack of skilled workers and find out which training programs are working.
The territory will take over responsibility from the federal government for managing its natural resources in April.
Automaker says it is in talks with Canadian governments about incentives to offset higher costs in Canada.
The provinces want to boost benefits to ensure young Canada are set when they retire; feds says CPP hikes result in fewer jobs.
Officials say releases would only involve treated water and wouldn’t happen until the end of a mine’s life.
Quebec, Atlantic provinces disproportionally benefit from hidden equalization
Ontario isn’t the only province pushing to boost maximum to CPP contributions to $23,400 from $12,150 – PEI is also on-board.
The proposed Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency still has no leaders, scientific advisers or permanent funding mechanism.
But, the PBO predicts that slower economic growth and lower commodity prices will cut into government revenues.
Word of mouth recommendation remains tops for landing a job with small businesses.
Under new rules, those who claim EI frequently will need to prove they’re actively seeking work.
Changes are expected to include rules to ensure employers willfully seek Canadians for jobs before bringing in outside labour.