CEO Louis Vachon says investor confidence has taken a beating since 2012 from a construction investigation, student strikes, and mining royalties.
Dorval: Couillard now needs to tackle public spending and economic growth.
Mesgi’g Ugju’s’n will produce 515,000 MWh to power more than 30,000 Quebec households.
Essays track how debt reached 49% of GDP and where it’s heading.
The approval subject to conditions, including Enbridge undertaking activities involving pipeline integrity, emergency response.
Conversion will be completed to comply with US standards for DOT-111 tank cars built after Oct. 1, 2011.
“If certain provinces refuse to participate, that’s not the end of the world. We’ll deliver the job grant,” employment minister says.
Randstad survey reveals Canadian workers are confident their companies will perform better this year.
Spanish company cites inducements as discounted hydroelectricity rates and a 10-year tax holiday.
Quebec, Atlantic provinces disproportionally benefit from hidden equalization
The project could eventually generate up to 9MW of renewable power in Montreal from 46 riverbed turbines.
Paper-maker will cut up to 170 jobs at plants in Ontario and Quebec.
A $250-million damage suit caused by Quebec’s moratorium on fracking shows Canada’s fragility in negotiating trade pacts.
The reversal of Line 9 will sustain refining capacity and the more than 4,000 jobs.
Closure will affect most of the smelter’s 425 workers.