Malaysian energy giant has threatened to pull out of a multibillion-dollar LNG investment in BC.
Just five IPOs in Q3 brought this year’s total value within reach of all activity in 2013, PwC says.
Critics suspect the federal Conservatives are “fudging” numbers as a possible election ploy.
Meridian study reveals 77% see it as their greatest challenge.
PMI survey indicates higher levels of output, new orders and employment across the sector.
Auto sales are up 5.5% compared with the first nine months of 2013, Desrosiers automotive reports.
The province’s job creation has been sluggish since the governing Liberals introduced the jobs plan in 2011.
Saskatchewan-Asia Advisory Council report warns that provincial economic growth depends on developing trade relationships.
Rising input costs, demand fluctuations, and increasing competition are factors still causing problems for Canada’s small businesses.
Conference Board says 2019 is a more likely target.
Harper challenged on some claims at New York event, specifically on job growth and trade deals.
Maximum fines could increase to $100,000, specifically for violations that have resulted in financial benefit.
Global growth was a moderate 1% in August.
Business groups are predictably in favour of breaching the trade walls sooner rather than later.
BMO survey reports 64% use phones or tablets to run their businesses.