Would hamper access in violation of its market-opening commitments.
CFIB report card gives BC, Quebec top marks for regulatory obstructions.
Up to $448 million saved through regulatory process tweaks and efficiencies.
New standards would require the cars to have a layer of thermal protection and thicker steel walls.
Newest standards call for a hull thickness of 9/16th of an inch and makes thermal “jackets” mandatory.
Manufacturers will no longer be required to obtain individual export permits for some products, including steel.
But, electronics giant still has work to do on reducing work hours.
Environment Minister to announce new rules to ensure coal power is as clean as natural gas.
Maintenance costs since 9-11 more than $19.1 billion a year.
DFAIT reports that Canada’s overall economic activity rebounded in 2010 by 3.1%
The Action Plan on Regulatory Co-operation announced Dec. 7 aims to do away with the “tyranny of small differences” between Canada and US trade regulations.
Canada and the U.S. hope new trade action plan will iron out border headaches for businesses
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