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Trump presidency an existential economic threat to Canada?

John Manley thinks it’s on par with the 9/11 attacks on the US.

Germany's Merkel 'not happy' Pacific trade pact in danger

She made a wider plea for sticking to a multilateral approach in complicated times.

Business execs urge bold leadership on climate policy from PM, premiers

Companies want Canada to be at the front of the pack as the global economy makes a historic shift.

BDC creates $135M venture fund for clean tech startups

ICE Venture Fund II is a follow-on to the original fund, which invested in 18 firms.

BC panel calls for tax reforms, $1.1B exemptions to spur investment

One recommendation is to cut 7% provincial sales tax on capital expenses for items like machinery and equipment.

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TPP needs the US to survive, says Canada's trade minister

The trade deal can only come into force if ratified by six of the 12 member countries representing 85% of combined GDP » Read More

Ont. cap and trade won't limit emissions through 2020

It could be cheaper for Ontario polluters to purchase California allowances when their markets are linked in 2018. » Read More

Trump's vow to soon ramp up US production concerns Canada's oilpatch

Could divert investment away from Canada to the US and exacerbate a glut in American production. » Read More

Alberta revamps how it deals with electricity and green power

It’s moving away from electricity deregulation, which ties investment to volatile swings in spot prices. » Read More

[INSIGHTS] Beware of trade xenophobia

Protectionist mood is a troubling development that could have serious ramifications for Canadian manufacturers. » Read More


IFPE 2017

March 7 - 11, 2017
Location: Las Vegas, Nev.
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WMTS 2017

June 6 - 8, 2017
Location: Edmonton
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CMTS 2017

September 25 - 28, 2017
Location: Mississauga, Ontario
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