BC study suggests 8 times more people infected with virus than confirmed
Prevalence rate applied to the provincial population could mean 28,000 had the coronavirus versus 3,149 cases confirmed to date.
Quebec, Cree leaders sign development study deal
Multi-million dollar feasibility study will look into developing the James Bay territory.
Fresh grounds for coffee: study shows it may boost longevity
Coffee drinkers were about 10% to 15% less likely to die than abstainers.
Oil sands environmental health risks underestimated: study
University of Toronto researchers say the oil sands needs to improve its accounting of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) emissions.
BC, Alberta panel urges harmonizing rail, roads, pipelines
Getting oilfield equipment through BC’s mountainous interior is an emerging issue, the group says.
Workers optimistic, but cautious about jobs, economy in 2014
Randstad survey reveals Canadian workers are confident their companies will perform better this year.
Feds introduce pan-Canadian risk assessment study on marine safety
Study will analyze and evaluate risks of oil or chemical spills in Canadian waters involving ships or oil handling facilities
Canada gains a business cost advantage over the US
TORONTO: Canada’s cost competitiveness as a business location has…
It pays to be nice to suppliers
Toyota is no longer first with automotive suppliers. Results…