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News Government Economy General
July 11, 2018  

Bank of Canada raises rate, predicts economic resilience despite trade risks

The rate hasn’t been this high since December 2008.

News Forestry General
July 11, 2018  

Pollution controls help red spruce rebound from acid rain

The red spruce is making a comeback in Eastern US forests after being decimated by acid rain decades ago, thanks to stricter pollution restrictions.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General Sustainability
November 13, 2014  

US-China climate deal pushes Canada to keep pace

Canada will miss its 2020 international commitment under the Copenhagen accord.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Economy
February 20, 2014  

Dissing NAFTA is hot in Washington

Obama and allies leverage the 20-year-old deal to sell benefits of Trans-Pacific Partnership.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Sustainability
March 7, 2012  

China, U.S. face-off over export subsidies

Chinese commerce minister, Chen Deming, says the U.S. is violating free trade measures by imposing higher duties on products from China.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Technology
February 29, 2012  

US cuts machinery and equipment spending

Demand for capital goods tumbles 4.5%

News Automotive Energy Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Sustainability
February 7, 2012  

Fisker lays off workers before Nina production begins

The electric car maker, which was granted a $529-million loan by the U.S government, has laid off employees before producing one vehicle.

News Aerospace Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Technology
February 7, 2012  

Canada may lose its economic growth bragging rights

U.S. expected to best Canada in job creation and economic growth in 2012.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
February 2, 2012  

Indiana closer to ousting labour unions

Republican lawmakers in Indiana have passed legistation prohibiting labour contracts requiring works to pay union fees.

News Business Operations Operations
November 16, 2011  

Sluggish productivity growth: it cost you $7,500

Two decades of sluggish productivity growth has left Canadians, businesses and governments a little lighter in the wallet, according to a Conference Board of Canada study.

News Energy Manufacturing Business Operations Sustainability
November 14, 2011  

Harper eyes Asia for Canadian energy

TransCanada pipeline delay drives a wedge between U.S. and Canada as APEC summit wraps up in Hawaii

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Technology
September 14, 2011  

Improving Canada-U.S. trade top priority at the White House

Obama’s “Buy American”, however, could cause a roadblock, reigniting trade issues during recession

News Aerospace Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Technology
September 7, 2011  

U.S. manufacturing on brink of great comeback or great downfall: report

Booz & Co. report suggests the future of U.S. manufacturing depends public and private sector strategy

News General
August 17, 2011  

Obama’s $510-million biofuel push [VIDEO]

U.S. agriculture agency and its Navy partner to produce biofuel-friendly military vehicles and commercial transports

News General
August 9, 2011  

Washington goes to bat over softwood dispute

U.S. could seek billions in penalties over allegations B.C. broke 2006 softwood lumber agreement