Never cited job losses in push for remediation: SNC-Lavalin CEO
If convicted and barred from bidding on federal contracts, workers would end up working for foreign rivals.
As technology replaces jobs, a leaner oilpatch emerges from downturn
Automation and other labour-saving efficiencies will likely keep many jobs from returning with the economic recovery.
Increasing domestic abuse in Calgary tied to economic downturn
Police say incidents of domestic violence are up 36%, the highest since 2004.
Job market bounces back in August after big drop
Economy created 26,200 net new jobs last month, compared with a loss of 31,200 in July.
Dow Chemical cutting 2,500 jobs globally
Will shutter silicone manufacturing plants in North Carolina and Japan.
2015 worst year for Alberta jobs losses since 1982: StatsCan
Province lost 19,600 jobs last year, up from an earlier estimate of 14,600.
No short term fix for Alberta job losses
Oil price collapse has eliminated 40,000 jobs in the province’s energy sector.
Drilling company PHX Energy Services cuts half of workforce
Most of the 500 job cuts are central to Alberta.
Closing GM’s Oshawa plants would cut GDP by $5B, union says
Unifor report suggests Ontario would lose 33,000 manufacturing-related jobs within two years of shutdown.
Coca-Cola slashing up to 1,800 jobs in cost cutting effort
World’s largest beverage maker says it is looking to save up to $3 billion annually.
General Mills to close Midland, Ont. facility
Closure will impact 100 employees.
Unions denounce South Korea free trade deal
Unifor, USW cite growing trade deficit as a potential threat to Canadian auto sector, jobs.
Forget the Dutch, Canada’s economy has its own disease
Report argues that job losses have been caused by Canada’s heavy reliance on the US as a trading partner.
Domtar closes pulp machine at Kamloops facility
Pulp and paper producer blames global economic conditions and weak demand for shut down.
Onshoring leads US manufacturing job surge: TD Economics
More than half a million jobs have come back to the US, but they’re not the same as they were.