Ontario and Quebec together lost nearly 52,000 young people between 2003-2012 to jobs in Western Canada.
Partnership will help incubate and grow McGill-based start-ups.
National Energy Board requests additional information.
The forest products company has closed two paper machines this year due to a budworm infestation.
Legislation to jointly manage the Gulf’s petroleum resources is expected to be tabled by the end of the year.
Suit claims prices for capacitors found in electronics including cell phones have inflated price by as much as $480 million.
Province takes a $50 million stake in the $118 million project.
Deal is expected to close by the end of this year.
Lac Alfred and Massif du Sud projects generate enough electricity to power more than 100,000 homes.
Premier Philippe Coulliard stressed that any national strategy must focus on the impact of climate change.
Resistance from BC and Quebec has fallen away, eliminating a deal’s main obstacle, Bob McLeod says.
Support for the measure falls by a third when told it will hike gas prices.
$30 million investment will create 70 jobs once operational by the end of 2015.
“Action items include sustainable rules for wood harvesting that secure investments and jobs…”
Premier will promote the province’s aerospace, bio-food, information technology and green tech sectors.