Prime minister says Canada’s current rates continue to be competitive; corporations look at other criteria when deciding where to invest.
Bank of Canada signals it will gradually raise benchmark interest rate from its current level of 1.75% to between 2.5% and 3.5%.
Liberals are reviewing all future export permits for sales to Saudi Arabia in response to Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.
Review of the agreement suggests it could also mean higher prices for consumers and more inefficiencies for businesses.
Fraser Institute says opportunity squandered with protected industries that were off-limits from the start.
Trade disputes are taking a toll.
Republican senators have offered an olive branch to Beijing ahead of the midterms.
Trying to solve a problem with the wrong solution will inevitably lead to failure.
Helping drive the growth was the mining, quarrying and oil and gas extraction sector which rose 0.9 per cent.
Tariffs are hurting US businesses.
635,000 jobs, $85 billion in GDP and $20 billion in government revenue could be at risk.
Ford and Moe said they have signed a memorandum of understanding, will act quickly.
Won’t accept any American proposal to agree to a quota system on metals as a way for the US to remove the duties.
The rate is now higher than it’s been in about a decade.
Canadian industry needs to step up its game when it comes to research and innovation.