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Freeland warns US on tariffs: Don't tax us, or we'll tax you

Meetings with US officials positive; view appears to be Canada as a model trading partner.

Bombardier loan creates major distortions in the economy: MEI

Wagers taxpayers' money on ventures chosen for political rather than economic reasons.

BC government, lumber industry to launch softwood lobby campaign

Contends restricting Canadian lumber supply will cause house prices in the US to spike.

Two Ontario Liberal trials set for September in Sudbury, Toronto

Liberals still under investigation by the OPP over Ornge and Trillium Power Wind.

Trump is second president to tout unfinished Intel factory

The company pulled back from finishing the factory in 2014, but plans to have it completed within four years.

Trudeau confers with European leaders on Trump

Freeland to meet Tillerson who has affirmed the importance of keeping trade flowing.

Ontario growth still slowing, but experts see change coming

2016 census suggests the population growth rate for Ontario is down 1.1% from 2011.

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Ontario businesses are optimistic, but wary about provincial economic outlook

Chamber of Commer report says members are wary about a number of government initiatives and their impacts. » Read More

Are Canadian companies losing the war on cyber attacks?

Scalar study notes the number of increasingly sophisticated attacks are on the rise. » Read More

New federal cash for Bombardier reignites political tensions

Internal pressure from the Quebec caucus pressured government to offer financial assistance. » Read More

Affordability becoming bigger issue in car, truck sales

Scotiabank says average vehicle sales prices are up more than 6% since November 2015. » Read More

MANUFACTURERS' OUTLOOK: Confidence with caution

Manufacturers are primed to grow their businesses but are cautious about investments next year. » Read More
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2017 Kaizen Conference

February 15, 2017
Location: Winnipeg, MB
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IFPE 2017

March 7 - 11, 2017
Location: Las Vegas, NV
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2017 Dare to Compete [un]Conference

March 21, 2017
Location: Winnipeg, MB
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Design & Manufacturing Canada

May 16-18, 2017
Location: Toronto, ON
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