COVID-19 industry leadership honours: The recap
10 awards recognized everything from excellence in PPE production to tech that detects the corona virus.
CME’s Jayson Myers resigns as president and CEO
Plans to finalize association’s Industrie 2030 campaign before departure in September.
[UPDATED] Manufacturing Canada 2014: Show coverage [PHOTO GALLERY]
Ideas and insights from some of Canadian manufacturing’s most influential minds.
Q&A with Jayson Myers
With change comes opportunity, says Canadian Manufacturers’ & Exporters CEO.
Amid labour controversies, corporate Canada urged to open coffers
Canadian companies are using more temporary foreign workers and unpaid interns despite sitting on historically high cash reserves.
Weak loonie good for exporters, but bad for everything else in economy
Former StatsCan analyst says manufacturers have adapted to a stronger dollar and won’t gain as much from weaker loonie compared to the 1990s.
Big biz urges Tories to spend anticipated surplus carefully
A national labour strategy, levelling the corporate tax field and ratifying trade deals must be priorities.
Battle over Canada Job Grant not over yet
Jayson Myers says governments must address a lack of skilled workers and find out which training programs are working.
Canada, EU trade deal framework expected by week’s end
CME CEO Jayson Myers says he is confident the deal will bode well for Canadian manufacturers.
Flaherty releases details on capital cost allowance extension
The measure has been used by about 25,000 Canadian businesses to buy new machinery.
Tax rate cuts, a good thing
corporate tax rates