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Hydro One board resigns, CEO retires as Doug Ford makes good on campaign promise

Hydro One CEO Mayo Schmidt, who earned a $6.2-million salary last year, became a lightning rod for resentment during the election over rising electricity rates in Ontario.

UK releases long awaited and already derided Brexit plan

The plan has infuriated fervent Brexit supporters.

China says US companies should lobby Washington over trade

A spokesman for the Chinese Commerce Ministry said: "We hope American companies do more to lobby the US government and work hard to safeguard their own interests."

Trudeau, Trump talk trade during sideline meeting at NATO summit in Brussels

The conversation was "positive," one official said.

Tim Hortons signs franchise agreement with Cartesian Capital to expand to China

Young people and white-collar workers in China increasingly drink coffee. Tims will open 1,500 stores in the country.

Ontario Manufacturers: Are you a winning exporter?

Then you are a candidate for the Ontario Export Awards.
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SYSPRO paves the way for digital transformation in latest ERP Release

ERP software developer SYSPRO says it has spent the past 18 months analyzing the interface of next-generation technology in the context of how the new wave of millennial users operate in the workforce. » Read more

Pollution controls help red spruce rebound from acid rain

The red spruce is making a comeback in Eastern US forests after being decimated by acid rain decades ago, thanks to stricter pollution restrictions. » Read more

Israeli company plans lunar landing next year

The US$95 million project, largely funded by South African-Israeli billionaire Morris Kahn and other donors, aims to land on the moon on Feb. 13. » Read more

How Apple's app store changed our world

The app store is now the fasting growing part of Apple's gigantic business. » 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

Cap-and-trade repeal, ending York strike top priorities, Tories say

A summer session of the Ontario legislature will see Ford and the PCs rolling up their sleeves to enact some key policies, namely trashing cap-and-trade, cancelling a wind farm and ending a university strike » Read more

Package delivery firms get ready to fill gap as Greyhound leaves Western Canada

“It might create some opportunities for us on our small package delivery side of things,” said Dennis Steele, owner of Steele’s Transfer in Calgary » Read more

Manitoba premier asks colleagues to cut restrictions on interprovincial booze

Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister outlines his priorities in a letter to other provincial leaders. Among them is a recommendation to remove their limits on interprovincial transportation of alcohol » Read more

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