Job grant program change may cut support for disabled workers
The Canada Job Grant could end funding for Halifax’s Team Work job-coach program for people with disabilities.
Battle over Canada Job Grant not over yet
Jayson Myers says governments must address a lack of skilled workers and find out which training programs are working.
Kenney concedes provinces can’t match Canada Job Grant
Says he is optimistic an agreement with the provinces will be reached before the program goes into effect April 1.
Ontario won’t conduct environmental assessment of Line 9 pipeline
Energy Minister Bob Chiarelli says Ottawa will decide whether the project goes ahead.
EI changes don’t target Atlantic Canada’s seasonal workers, Harper says
Under new rules, those who claim EI frequently will need to prove they’re actively seeking work.
Federal government gets a B+ for cutting red tape
Action reduces regulatory burden for small businesses: CFIB.
The real bat man
Still turning lumber for major league baseball stars.
Canadian aerospace needs cash to compete: review
Aerospace report calls for more aggresive promotion of Canada’s industry abroad.
Are foreign takeovers threats to national security?
A new report suggests the government needs to apply a three-step test in the Investment Canada Act.
Free trade with The Middle Kingdom?
With 17 specific government-to-government issues dealt with Canada and China appear to be setting the stage for free trade talks.
Ottawa seeking waiver from Buy American 2
Ottawa is vowing to fight the latest attempt in the US to place a Buy American restriction on a new multibillion-dollar government job creation package.
New Flyer sells Ottawa 360 buses
New Flyer’s new D60LFR articulated bus.Photo: New Flyer WINNIPEG:…
Transportation drives up December manufacturing sales
OTTAWA: Manufacturing sales rose were up in December thanks…