Focusing on partnerships in medical technologies, science and technology, agri-food sectors.
Hoping for the best but preparing for the worst: Freeland.
Holding a round in French-speaking Quebec for diversity, while highlighting manufacturing in various parts of the country.
Seen as a lucrative market for Canada’s agriculture and natural resources sectors.
US demands are unworkable, presentation will walk them through the ‘Why.’
But economists predict the pace will slow from the red-hot pace it set in the first half of the year.
Private and international investors have lost confidence; not a competitive place to do business.
Corporate tax rate for small businesses will fall fa percentage point to 3.5%, plus other inducements.
McNeil wants to ensure that Michelin recognizes that this province is open for business.
Expected to be a central topic at a meeting of leaders from the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation bloc.
Red tape, several policy moves increase the cost of doing business.
Hopes to work out differences through negotiations to ensure steady growth of bilateral trade and economic ties.
Protectionist moves could have a “significant impact” over time on Michelin, province’s largest employer.
The two-month lull in activity reinforces the point that the frothy growth of the past year is done.
Trade supporters urged to raise their voices to help sway an internal debate within the White House.