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Production dropped 0.1%, pulled down by a 3.5% plunge in cars, trucks and auto parts output – the sector’s third consecutive decline.
Drop blamed on lower sales in the petroleum and coal products, transportation equipment and chemical industries.
The automotive parts association’s annual conference for suppliers set a positive note despite uncertainties globally and closer to home.
Certain businesses that have been under evacuation orders or alerts are eligible for a $1,500 emergency grant.
Buses will be deployed on the Edmonton Transit Service (ETS) network starting 2018.
The Copenhagen-based group says the impact will be reflected in its third quarter results as revenue was mainly lost in July.
Factories will need to fill 2 million jobs over the next decade, but many workers are facing an in-demand skills deficit.
Governor bill would hand the company up to $2.85 billion in tax credits, based on the number on the number of jobs generated.
Japex has abandoned the development due to low oil prices and the technical risks of reactivating the wells.
Settlement would pay for a new outreach program to ensure Takata air bags are removed from 4.4 million affected Nissan vehicles.
Design and engineering of the new facility will begin this year, with construction starting in 2018.
Funding made available by Sustainable Development Technology Canada.
Kicks off with keynote address by futurist Jim Carroll.
Company says closure will impact fewer than 100 plant workers.