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News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
January 21, 2020  

New climate think tank looking for a road map to zero emissions

Canadian Institute for Climate Choices warns Canada can’t avoid the global economic shifts that adapting to climate change will bring.

News Government General
November 5, 2019  

Elizabeth May resigning as federal Green party leader

Green leadership convention is scheduled for the first week of October 2020.

Insight Government Manufacturing General
October 17, 2019  

Election 2019: What happens after voting?

Watch the post-election activity and stay close to the influencers in government.

News Government Manufacturing General
August 16, 2019  

Usimax gets $800,000 REGI funding for CNC machinery

Quebec manufacturer makes a wide range of speed reducers and specialized gears.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
October 23, 2018  

Notley proposes Ottawa get into the crude by rail business

Can be a stop-gap measure to help narrow the price discount.

News Government General
June 5, 2018  

Federal parties deeply involved in Ontario campaign, closely eyeing results

All three major candidates have federal backing.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 15, 2018  

Federal budget bill quietly proposes tool to ease penalties for corporate crime

A company that comes forward would avoid facing serious criminal charges, including bribery, corruption and insider trading.

News Government Manufacturing General
January 29, 2018  

No carbon tax but Saskatchewan’s next premier needs to work with Ottawa on trade

Former environment minister Scott Moe wins the leadership of the Saskatchewan Party in five ballots.

News Automotive Government Manufacturing General
March 31, 2017  

UPDATE: Federal, Ontario to invest $200M in Ford’s Canadian operations

For advanced manufacturing program in Windsor and a research and engineering centre in Ottawa.

News Construction Government Manufacturing General
March 28, 2017  

Federal officials ready for avalanche of infrastructure paper work

Project stream still has $6.6 billion of an original $8.8 billion in funding not allocated.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
September 6, 2016  

Municipalities want more flexibility on federal infrastructure plan

Changes would give more money to smaller communities for transit and private septic system improvements.

News Government Manufacturing General Sustainability
August 16, 2016  

Ottawa announces environmental assessment review panel

Will study how the assessments are done to ensure decisions are based on sound science.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
March 17, 2016  

Liberals called on to stick to infrastructure commitments

Ontario Chamber wants scope to expand to broadband access and education.

News Government Manufacturing General
March 15, 2016  

Contractors overbilled Ottawa millions for decades

Internal audit looked at $7.3 billion worth of contracts, found $72 million in overcharging.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas Economy General Sustainability
November 24, 2015  

Climate unity gives Trudeau tailwind to Paris

Federal-provincial governments to co-ordinate on climate change.

News Aerospace Business Operations Operations Technology
October 3, 2013  

Canada Jobs Grant doomed unless Ottawa makes changes: premiers

Provinces want more flexibility to direct the money where it’s needed most.

News Automotive Business Operations Economy Operations Technology
June 24, 2013  

Federal briefing deflates claim of corporate cash hoard

A revised Statistics Canada estimate puts it at about $544 billion in Q1.

News Energy Oil & Gas Business Operations Operations Sustainability
January 17, 2013  

Norway offers lessons to Canada in how to manage oil riches

CCPA report suggests a more hands-on approach from governments is required to develop Alberta’s oil resources.

News Business Operations Operations Sustainability Technology
July 31, 2012  

Enbridge pipeline not in Canada’s best interest: Anderson

Former environment minister lauds Christy Clark for playing her cards right.

News Oil & Gas Business Operations Sustainability
December 20, 2010  

Rotacan gets $455,000 FedNor investment

Rotacan, a mining equipment manufacturer in North Bay, Ont., is getting some federal government help to expand its product line.

News Electronics General
December 9, 2010  

LVL Global, Varitech, Corium Urethane score federal funding

Two Quebec manufacturers, LVL Global and Varitech, are getting repayable funding from the Canadian government for upgrades to their plants.