Is the sun setting on business subsidies?
The province will table a budget Tuesday in hopes of slaying its $16B in debt.
Premiums expected to fall by 20% for solar and 15% for wind.
Business is looking up for manufacturers, particularly those in Ontario. Canada’s economy is expected to pick up steam this year with stronger growth in the US, according to a report from RBC Economics Research.
Ontario municipalities will get more say, but not a full veto over the location of wind and solar projects when the Liberals release a review of their green energy plans.
Canadian manufacturers are reporting a slightly diminished, yet respectable hiring climate during the second quarter of the year, according to the latest results of the Manpower Employment Outlook Survey.
North Bay business owner says Ontario’s energy policies driving companies out of business.
Canada’s banks assure Flaherty budget balancing is do-able by 2015.
Ontario premier on defensive after suggesting high “preto-dollar” bad for Ontario manufacturing.
Review will explore global aerospace industry and its impact on Canada.
Investors are ignoring Canadian market data, paying more attention to factors in US.
Tax savings partly to blame for Ontario’s $16B deficit
While significant growth is expected in Canada’s interior, its coastal cities are expected to be hit hard in 2012 due to federal infrastructure spending cutbacks
Premier Dalton McGuinty is offering his help to resolve a nasty labour dispute at a locomotive plant in London, Ont.
Honda says there’s been an improvement in the overall parts supply shortage due to flooding in Thailand.