Economists maintain there’s little economic difference between running a small surplus or posting a narrow deficit.
Record energy numbers may not be enough to keep the Conservatives’ pro-growth energy policies from derailing.
The cut is expected to be significant in an effort to stimulate hiring.
Helicopters are expected to be delivered in 2015 and will be performing limited operational missions from warships in 2016, defence official says.
Speculation has pegged an announcement for the fall, with some form of carbon price of up to $40 a tonne.
The new military helicopters still won’t be fully operational until 2018.
Former Finance Minister died suddenly in Ottawa on Apr. 10 just three weeks after announcing his resignation from cabinet.
The oil sands will require $100B capital investment into 2019, according to report from the Rotman Institute for International Business
There’s concerns that removing a tariff of 6.1% on auto imports from South Korea will further skew the playing field.
Canadian rock icon tells news conference at Toronto’s Massey Hall that the Canadian government is “trading integrity for money.”
Action reduces regulatory burden for small businesses: CFIB.
30 Canadian executives from oil, agricultural and manufacturing companies had part of Chinese tour paid for.
Aerospace report calls for more aggresive promotion of Canada’s industry abroad.
Resource projects in the north have attracted $8 billion in investments, which are expected to create 3,000 much-needed jobs.
Manufacturing is falling victim to the madness in global energy markets and CAW president Ken Lewenza wants the Harper government to do something about it.