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News Government General
June 2, 2020  

Trump unleashes force on peaceful Washington protest

Declared himself president of law and order as tear gas launched and rubber bullets flew to disperse crowds.

News Government Manufacturing General
March 26, 2020  

Acting ambassador Kirsten Hillman to be permanent envoy to US

A significant player in the 13-month effort to negotiate a replacement for the North American Free Trade Agreement.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
January 9, 2020  

China’s economy czar going to Washington to sign trade deal

Earlier punitive duties imposed by both sides on billions of dollars of each other’s goods stayed in place

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
November 27, 2019  

Freeland in a divided Washington for new NAFTA talks with US and Mexico

Americans want to make sure those changes to Mexican labour standards have teeth.

News Manufacturing Transportation General
September 19, 2019  

New Flyer announces additional 110 buses for Washington

New buses provides increases passenger capacity to 115 people.

News General
December 11, 2018  

Hydro One, Avista asking US regulator to reconsider denied acquisition

UTC can modify the prior order or take actions it deems appropriate, including extending deliberations.

News Energy Government Manufacturing Oil & Gas General
June 18, 2018  

Indigenous protesters in Washington declare Trans Mountain won’t be built

Whales among key concerns, their sonar already disrupted by existing vessel traffic.

News General
January 17, 2018  

Scheer: Canada speaks with one voice on renegotiating NAFTA deal

Trudeau Liberals and Conservatives on the same page when it comes to preserving the Canada-US relationship.

News Automotive Government Manufacturing General
August 17, 2017  

Why autos are such an important part of NAFTA

Jobs, supply chain, growth and a crucial part of the economy as Canada’s largest manufacturing export.

News Government Manufacturing Transportation General
July 24, 2017  

Infrastructure bank funding for US-Canada high-speed rail explored

A potential financing option for a rail connection between US northwest and Vancouver.

News Government Manufacturing General
June 9, 2017  

Premiers leave Washington hoping quick NAFTA fix is doable

Three North American countries are expected to start negotiating in late August.

News General Sustainability
June 2, 2016  

Washington limits carbon pollution from largest sources

Large emitters would be required to reduce emissions 1.7% annually.

News Energy Government Manufacturing General Operations
March 29, 2016  

Wash. nuke plant unexpectedly shut down

Reports suggest operators found a system used to cool equipment wasn’t working.

News Government Manufacturing General
October 27, 2015  

Doer says his time in Washington ending soon

Canada’s ambassador to the US prepares for the transition to a new Liberal government.

News Automotive Government Manufacturing General
October 7, 2015  

Volkswagen faces cheating hearing on Capitol Hill

Auto maker has limited damage control capability in Washington.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General
October 1, 2015  

Alberta’s outgoing US rep blasts NDP

Merrifield says dismissal comes as Washington grapples with key issues critical to the province.

News Energy Government Oil & Gas General Sustainability
June 16, 2015  

US private sector pledges $4B for climate change

Obama uses executive powers to help make such investments easier.

News Aerospace Energy Manufacturing General Operations Production Sustainability
December 16, 2014  

Boeing to power Washington 737 factory with renewables

Will purchase more wind power credits and continue to use hydropower.

News Automotive Oil & Gas Business Operations
March 6, 2014  

Brad Wall says carbon levy might help get Keystone XL approved

Canada-US cooperation on GHG targets would give Obama some elbow room on contentious pipeline project, Saskatchewan premier says.

News Automotive Energy Business Operations Operations
March 5, 2014  

Canada writes US: offers to work together on oil pollution

Letter calls for Obama administration to approve Keystone XL pipeline.

News Manufacturing Business Operations
October 21, 2013  

US corporate economists see growing economy in 2014

NABE survey results show less optimism about hiring, only 16% of firms raising wages.

News Energy Business Operations Operations Sustainability
April 12, 2013  

Overexposure in Washington? Redford isn’t worried

Premier intends to keep Alberta’s message front and centre.

News Business Operations Operations Technology
January 9, 2013  

NA CFOs increasingly gloomy about the economy

Deloitte Signals Survey says optimism fell the most among Canadians.

News Business Operations Operations Technology
January 9, 2013  

Deloitte CFO Signals Survey highlights

Fiscal cliff was most worrisome risk, revenue growth the top challenge.

News General
November 23, 2011  

Canada a victim of US ‘super committee’ pratfall: analysts

Canada’s economy and jobs performance could become a victim of US politics, analysts say.