$1B supply bill passed in N.L. falls short of Liberal government’s wishes
The minority Liberal government had originally proposed a three-month $1.56-billion interim supply bill.
Business not as usual: Pandemic tests risk plans, production flexibility
Analyze the potential impact on your business, implement crisis management and talk to your lender.
Canada-US ties get ‘constant gardening’ to protect supply lines: Freeland [UPDATED]
Ensuring vital trade lifelines that go in both directions remain unhindered.
Supply line disruptions could cause Canadian drug shortage
A lack of medications to fill ordinary prescriptions is an ongoing issue made worse by COVID-19.
Navy techs scour eBay for supply ship parts
Replacements for 70s era vessels up to eight years away.
Bombardier awarded London Crossrail bid for 65 Aventra trains
The trains will be built at Bombardier’s Litchurch Lane facility in Derby, retaining up to 760 UK manufacturing jobs.
Auto parts industry rebounds: Scotia Economics
Canada’s position as a major auto parts producer is being undermined by the inability of suppliers to make inroads in the Asian and Latin American markets.