Windows licences and its Surface devices “are more negatively impacted than previously anticipated.”
Showdown over the leadership of the World Intellectual Property Organization is the latest face-off between the two countries.
Following national trend but below the Canadian average, skills shortage still top constraint.
Over-reacting can cause panic, but responding too slowly or timidly risks deepening of the economic damage.
Danish aircraft lessor gets additional stowage volume in the aircraft’s cabin designed to accommodate roll-aboard bags, reducing the need for gate check service.
Alberta Court of Appeal ruled 4-1 that the carbon tax is unconstitutional, finding the argument that climate change is a national concern strips power from the provinces.
C.D. Howe Institute said all three countries will be worse off under the new agreement, government says it amounts to a 0.25% gain in GDP.
Toronto-based food company makes two-bite brownies, brands include Create-A-Treat, Mason St. Bakehouse and the Worthy Crumb Pastry.
The airline has signed agreements with AAR and Avianor for several Airbus models
The agency said in a report Feb. 26 that the outbreak would reduce demand and disrupt supplies of parts and raw materials
Since 1993, New Flyer has delivered 175 buses to the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District
Canadian law agencies reluctance to provide enforcement for approved projects is among competitive disadvantages.
Prosper Petroleum waiting 19 months for a decision on Rigel project, province given 10 days.
Japanese business daily Nikkei reports Gigafactory 2 was to make cells for Tesla’s Solar Roof, but Tesla is instead using Chinese-made solar panels.
The federal government is providing $3 million in funding for the advanced technology aeronautics centre.