IRCM facility in Montreal to get a major renovation.
Rising US manufacturing and a lower loonie to drive business north.
Premiers from Canada’s largest provinces band together to press Prime Minister Harper to take action on climate change.
Study calls for increased market diversification and closing the gap on the continuing shortage of skilled labour.
Weaker military and oil sector demand to blame.
Involves government-imposed limits on emissions from companies; those that want to burn more fossil fuels can buy carbon credits.
Cause of Easter weekend blaze remains unknown.
Montreal newspaper says the Calgary-based energy giant will instead transport oil directly to Saint John, NB.
Province expects overall revenue of $100.2 billion in 2015-16.
HEC Montréal Centre for Productivity and Prosperity analysis calls on province to bring back Balanced Budget Act.
Quebec government hopes to neutralize legal challenges by project opponents.
The yet-to-be constructed project is covered by a 20-year power sales contract with Hydro Quebec.
Manufacturing conditions continued to improve, but at a slower pace as output and new orders rise at weaker rates.
Ontario’s Charles Sousa says the federal government should create a national infrastructure strategy.
Company is reducing its capacity for newsprint as it copes with reduced demand.