Western Forest negotiations break down with striking workers
No future mediation dates have been scheduled after 14 hours of bargaining occurred.
Cash for coal workers part of Saskatchewan’s fall agenda
Government expects about 1,300 workers will be affected by the shutdown of coal plants by 2030.
Mueller rejects Trump’s claims of exoneration, ‘witch hunt’
Condemned Trump’s praise of WikiLeaks, which released Democratic emails stolen by Russia.
MPs face summer recall for USMCA approval if no US progress
Situation in US complicated; still too early to tell whether that will be necessary.
Canada welcomes any US help on dispute with China: NS cabinet minister
Economic retaliation over Meng arrest could expand to maple syrup and seafood.
Trade conflicts threaten fragile world economy: IMF
Economists expect global growth to decelerate from 3.6% last year to 3.3% in 2019.
China’s spreading influence in Eastern Europe worries West
Concerned this could mean lower environmental and other standards than those in the rest of the bloc.
Worker’s death in tank container results in $105,000 fine
Oakville company pleads guilty to having an inadequate written plan for work in confined spaces.
Group of US senators urge Trump to expedite congressional vote on USMCA
Warn of the dangers of getting the trade pact approved in 2019, once a new crop of Democratic members are sworn in.
Canada, TPP members agree to revised deal without the US
Follows two days of high-level talks in Tokyo between Canada and the 10 other remaining TPP economies.
Hamilton Section STLE Seminar 3: Lubrication fundamentals
The Hamilton Section of the Society of Tribologists and…