“We’ve been embracing disruption, whether that disruption is technological, whether it’s demographic, or economic, or climate-change related,” said CPPIB chief executive Mark Machin
Nervousness over market volatility keeping Canadians from taking the investment plunge.
Company is also reducing its network capacity and postponing investments.
Cheaper access could come at a much higher cost down the road.
Study calls for increased market diversification and closing the gap on the continuing shortage of skilled labour.
Some companies expect the lower dollar to help them reclaim market share and increase competitiveness.
BMO survey finds training and online presence are priorities.
There’s money to invest, some of it from “angels.”
All-cash deal also includes interests in wells, pipelines and processing plants.
Dollars going to Canadian production in 2012 far behind Mexico.
Central Bank says Canada will have to earn its success by boosting exports and through investments by the corporate sector.
Boosting output in Bakken and Cardium formations.
Innovating with cast-off fibre from the production of forestry products. Photo: FPAC VANCOUVER: Canada’s forestry industry now has a $100 million fund available to it for the development of innovative bio projects and technologies that can be integrated with current…