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Airbus renames C Series aircraft developed by Bombardier as the A220

The name change comes after Airbus officially took a majority stake in the C Series program July 1.

Ont. PC government cancels $100-million school repair fund

The fund is tied to Ontario's cap-and-trade system, which Doug Ford has begun dismantling.

Amazon to open new fulfillment centre in Ottawa, creating some 600 jobs

The company says the new warehouse, located in the eastern suburb of Orleans, will be its eighth in Canada.

Alberta likely to take equity stake in Trans Mountain pipeline: premier

Premier Rachel Notley said of the possibility: "I think there's a good possibility ... but I honestly can't get into much more detail on it until all the final decisions are made."

European exporters shift trade to avoid higher US tariffs

One European business advocate says companies are "scrambling to readjust supply chains'" so US-bound goods don't pass through China.

Ontario Manufacturers: Are you a winning exporter?

Then you are a candidate for the Ontario Export Awards.

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Vancouver area laundry microplastics are filtering into ocean: Study

Many of the microplastics are in the form of fibres from polyester and rayon clothing. » Read more

Friend or foe at NATO? Who knows when Trump comes to dinner

Since moving into the White House almost 18 months ago, the U.S. president has been as abrasive with some of America's most trusted allies as he has been warm toward North Korea and Russia. » Read more

Retaliate or not? Canada's tough decision if US puts tariffs on autos

Countermeasures could have a far greater impact on jobs and economy than fallout from steel and aluminum tariffs. » Read more

Embraer joint venture with Boeing could be tough on Bombardier: analysts

Boeing will own 80%, Embraer 20%; the $4.75 billion deal, expected to close toward the end of 2019. » Read more

Export Development Canada Webinar: How to Manage Risk in International Business

Without proper risk management practices, your company may be caught off guard when doing business and exporting internationally » Read more

Alberta oil company reports leak of more than 100,000 litres of oil and water

Oil and water leaked from an oil pipeline owned by Calgary-based Cor4 Oil Corp. and flowed into a marsh, the Alberta Energy Regulator reports. The impact is being assessed. » Read more

Tim Hortons parent RBI names Duncan Fulton as chief corporate officer

Fulton joins RBI as the company has been fighting with disgruntled Tim Hortons franchisees on several fronts » Read more

Parti Quebecois upset that Quebecers allowed car vanity plates in English

Quebec's French Language Charter stipulates public signs, posters and commercial advertising must be in French only, but the provincial government says vanity plates are considered personal and non-commercial » Read more

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November 05 - 09, 2018
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