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Feature Manufacturing General
July 21, 2020  

Working safest: Who’s responsible for what in the workplace

All stakeholders are accountable for their own welfare and those around them.

News General
March 26, 2020  

Federal bill with $100 B in COVID-19 aid now law

Canada Emergency Response Benefit will offer $2,000 a month in direct support through the Canada Revenue Agency.

News Government General
March 26, 2020  

A look at what’s in the federal COVID-19 aid legislation

Measures aim to blunt the economic impact of the coronavirus.

News Government Manufacturing General
March 16, 2020  

Ontario introduces job protection measures for COVID-19

Proposed legislation would make it clear that an employee will not be required to provide a medical note if they take the leave.

News Government Manufacturing General
December 11, 2019  

Chinese officials lash out at US over legislation critical of Hong Kong policies

Part of an ongoing campaign of vilification over what Beijing considers hostile acts aimed at restraining its development as a world power.

News Government Manufacturing General
December 2, 2019  

Ontario introduces bill to protect farmers from animal rights activists

Livestock producers called for action to prosecute those who trespass on their properties and demonstrate at processing plants.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
November 18, 2019  

BC introduces gas price law forcing companies to reveal data

Would legally force oil and gas companies to make known how gas prices are set.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
June 13, 2019  

Alberta government to bring in bill to alter union wage deals

Looking for savings to eradicate Alberta’s annual multibillion-dollar budget deficits; NDP calls it a gross abuse of power.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
May 28, 2019  

Liberals begin effort to get USMCA ratified in House of Commons

Freeland to brief the federal cabinet soon on plans to table the necessary ratification bill.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
March 21, 2019  

Canada says BC trying to impede Trans Mountain with pipeline legislation

Wants BC Court of Appeal to reject proposed amendments to the province’s Environmental Management Act.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General
May 17, 2018  

Notley set to pass bill that could cut oil to BC in pipeline fight

Will squeeze supply if BC continues to frustrate construction of the pipeline expansion.

News Government Manufacturing General
May 2, 2018  

Trudeau won’t say whether Liberals will delay cannabis legalization

Already indicated the deadline would be delayed several weeks to give provincial governments, police more time to prepare.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
April 16, 2018  

Energy shippers nervous about Alberta plan to control oil, gas exports

Would have the power to direct truckers, pipeline companies and rail operators on how much product can be shipped and when.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General Sustainability
April 16, 2018  

Trudeau pledges money, new law to make Trans Mountain pipeline happen

…But positions of Notley and Horgan appear all the more entrenched after April 15 meeting.

News Government Manufacturing General
November 22, 2017  

Ontario reforms labour laws, boosts minimum wage to $15 in 2019

Businesses say the increase is too fast and will lead to job losses, but reform poplar with labour.

News Government Manufacturing General
November 22, 2017  

Fight for $15 minimum wage has businesses, economists question economic impact

Research suggests mass layoffs and other detrimental effects could be part of the fallout.

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations General
September 17, 2015  

Ontario Chamber concerned about labour review

Major suggested changes to labour legislation would impact competitiveness.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations
January 30, 2014  

Overregulation in crowdfunding will hurt Canadian startups, small biz

Canada must develop regulatory framework or it risks losing investments in the $3.25B global crowdfunding market, TD report says.

News Manufacturing Metals Business Operations Operations Technology
January 29, 2014  

Legislation aimed at removing red tape for business coming

Manufacturers will no longer be required to obtain individual export permits for some products, including steel.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Production Technology
December 12, 2013  

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