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November 1, 2018

Tariff strife largely overlooked in runup to US midterms

Some companies have mitigated the impact of duties by ramping up imports or working through existing stock of raw materials

Failure to report Canadian privacy breaches could mean big fines after Nov. 1

Some argue the new rules don't go far enough, and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner needs enforcement powers.

Court rejects secrecy bid in court case over alleged spying on activists

A case dealing with whether Canada's spy agency overstepped the law in monitoring environmental activists will be open to the public.

Ontario government passes legislation to scrap cap and trade

Doug Ford's government has already cancelled most programs financed through cap and trade revenues.
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EMC program provides cybersecurity resources to SMEs

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NEB energy forecast calls for more clean power and more oil output by 2040

Total Canadian electricity generation will increase by about 12 per cent from 2017 to 2040. » Read more

USMCA a lost opportunity for freer trade between Canada and US: report

Fraser Institute says opportunity squandered with protected industries that were off-limits from the start. » Read more

Trudeau's wrong-headed approach to climate change

Trying to solve a problem with the wrong solution will inevitably lead to failure » Read more

Calgary 2026 Olympic Games bid survives city council vote on plebiscite

The plebiscite's result is non-binding, but will influence the next council vote on a Winter Games bid » Read more

Feds award $7B in contracts to three shipyards for navy ship maintenance

The contracts are to maintain Canada's 12 Halifax-class frigates until the end of their operational life, estimated at another 20 years » Read more

Auto industry looks to future beyond car ownership with sharing, subscriptions

New models range from more flexible and straightforward lease programs, to streamlined car-sharing » Read more

L.L. Bean looks to northern neighbour to boost sales

The iconic boot store will sell its products in 30 stores in Canada for the holiday » Read more
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November 06 - 08, 2018
Location: Atlanta, GA
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