Trudeau expects trade deal with UK can be done before 2021
Says a deal should be relatively straightforward to manage even as the UK lurches toward its official exit from the EU.
Extra income for hard hit workers may not last post-pandemic: PM
Government is watching to see how things play out before deciding on its next move.
Bidenomics: More stimulus, tougher regulation, and gridlock
Biden’s view of most economists: until the virus is controlled, the economy cannot fully recover.
FedDev Ontario provides $6M for Windsor-Essex manufacturers
Funding is also leveraging more than $22.4 million in additional investments in the region.
Federal government still working on investments in Fiat Chrysler, GM
Open to working with other automakers who submit plans to increase their footprints in Canad
Biden win bad news for Keystone XL, but new relationship with Canada
Better aligned with Canada’s federal stance on climate change, could make Canadian companies more competitive with their US peers.
Trudeau first leader to talk to US president-elect Joe Biden
They discussed COVID-19, climate change, fighting anti-Black racism and China’s detention of the two Michaels.
Freeland grilled over cost of pandemic aid, House fast-tracks rent relief bill
Finance minister refused to provide any new numbers about the size of this year’s deficit.
Alberta auditor general flags $1.6B in government accounting blunders
Says the errors have been or are being corrected by the United Conservative government.
Ford government to present first pandemic budget, next steps for recovery
Will include a new standard for long-term care: nursing home residents receive an average of four hours of direct care daily.
Feds invest $100M to spur job creation in Alberta and fight climate change
Programs will support industry, farmers, Indigenous people, researchers, small businesses and families to reduce emissions.
Canada’s drifting fiscal ship needs an anchor
The bottom line is clear: there has to be some limit to borrowing
Canada’s auto industry: Investment has slowed, electric vehicles beckon
There are challenges for the Canadian industry to overcome but also opportunities.
China tightens restrictions on Australian exports of timber, barley
Authorities also are delaying clearance for a $1.4 million shipment of live lobsters.
Pandemic pushes some Canadian companies to thrive, others to fail
Experts suggest the secret to resiliency could lie in the company’s overall attitude to innovation and technology adoption.