Low profits, few customers in post pandemic recovery: BC survey
43% businesses think they will need government incentives to continue operating.
Economic incentives pay dividends
Recognizing incentives matter requires a reversal of many economic policies enacted by the Trudeau government.
Ontario moves to boost the apprenticeship system
Strategy includes employer incentives, post secondary promotion and reduced red tape.
Save energy: Cash in on Ontario’s rebate programs
Programs are tailored to help mitigate high energy costs.
New regulations set to cost Alberta large emitters upwards of $1.2B a year
Intended to incentivize industries to reduce emissions; facilities below a set level of emissions rewarded.
Wisconsin passes $3B incentive package for Foxconn panel factory
Opponents argued the proposal should be improved to add more protections for taxpayers, workers and the environment.
Wisconsin committee votes on costly Foxconn incentives
Challenged as too pricey, taking 25 years for taxpayers to break even.
Alberta promises $90M in tax aid for SMEs
Program will be open to information, health and green technology companies.
Managing industrial electricity use more efficiently for savings and sustainability.
Lamborghini entering the luxury SUV market
Receives $87 million in incentives to build cars in Italy.
Sask. budget: No new taxes, but incentives take a hit
Incentives for industry to increase employees at head offices.
Tesla battery factory incentives worth up to $1.3B over 20 years
Nevada’s incentive package includes sales and tax abatements and tax credits for jobs and investment.
Canadians’ average salary increase for 2014 is 2.6%
Hay survey of top employers shows oil and gas, chemicals will pay the most.
Canadian auto sales up 4.7% in July
Automakers boost incentives, Japanese brands rally.
Automotive industry driving global rebound
Global vehicle sales continue to strengthen, with North American volumes exceeding an annualized 14 million units since February 2011, says the latest Scotia Economics Global Auto Report.
Advantage through innovation
Canada’s Scientific Research and Experimental Development tax incentive program is one of the most generous in the world, yet it’s under-utilized by Canadian manufacturers.
Plant pay takes a hike in 2010
It’s been a rough couple of years for manufacturers but management-level pay rose almost 4% in 2010 after a dismal 0.76% increase in 2009, according to Canadian PLANT survey of Canadian companies.
SME’s willing to pay more and buy Canadian
Almost two-thirds of Canadian businesses would rather pay more to buy materials from Canadian suppliers than source less expensive goods from overseas manufacturers, according to UPS Canada survey.