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Electric vehicles top auto industry trend, KPMG survey reveals

Executives, however, believe ongoing challenges related to EV charging infrastructure will cause them to fail.

SMEs aren't ready to take advantage of CETA: CME

Association estimates just 40,000 of Canada's one million SMEs are exporters.

Wynne to chair Ontario-US economic committee

Group will focus on highlighting the province's importance to the US as a trading partner.

Toyota hopes revamped plug-in hybrid sells better than first model

Cruising range as an EV is 68.2 kilometres, about five times the earlier model.

Questions swirl about the Trudeau Trump joint declaration

Companies want to see the fine print before they can make big decisions about investments.

Zochem must pay $60K ‘moral’ damages to sexually harassed woman

A woman who endured constant on-the-job sexual harassment before being unceremoniously fired when she complained deserved “moral damages” from her former employer, Ontario’s top court ruled Feb. 15.

Trump White House dragged down by a crush of crises

Divisions, dysfunction and high-profile exits mark first days in office.

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BC taps David Emerson as trade envoy on softwood lumber

Former trade minister signed the last agreement in 2006, ending the fourth Canada-US dispute. » Read More

Trudeau must act to protect Canada from Trump's domestic agenda

Business Council of Canada warns Ottawa to boost Canadian competitiveness amid Trump's plan to slash taxes, ease regulatory obstacles. » Read More

Survey supporting nuke waste bunker near Lake Huron 'misleading'

OPG accused of misrepresenting the findings to the Ontario government. » Read More

Many Canadian companies can’t detect sophisticated cyber attacks

A global EY survey shows most don't know the financial impact of breaches. » Read More

Trump's NAFTA 'tweak' talk just empty: trade experts

Presidents don't single-handedly control US trade negotiations, numerous actors are involved. » Read More

MANUFACTURERS’ OUTLOOK: Confidence with caution

Manufacturers are primed to grow their businesses but are cautious about investments next year. » Read more


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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