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July 11, 2019

Federal Liberals, Ontario Tories blame each other for Bombardier layoffs

Both point to transportation projects that could have secured work for the Thunder Bay plant.

Premiers want Ottawa to seek exemption from Buy American policies

US measures require 65% local content on public transportation projects.

Ottawa announces $8.3M to support beef industry amid China standoff

Six projects but biggest recipient is Canada Beef, which is getting $5.3 million to grow sales internationally.

Legal pot price as much as 80% more than illicit: StatCan

Share of StatsCannabis respondents purchasing pot illegally rose to 59% during the quarter, up from 55% in the first quarter.

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As Beetle ends, iconic original thrives in Mexico City hills

The VW factory in Puebla, southeast of the Mexican capital, had long been the only plant in the world still manufacturing Beetles. » Read more...

Directors are in the crosshairs of corporate climate litigation

Even if corporate climate litigation cases are unsuccessful, they have implications for directors' fiduciary duties. » Read more...

Extreme weather: Avoid its effect on transportation

Ten tips for managing its impact on your supply chain. » Read more...

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Wrangling waste: Calgary Stampede trying to reduce waste going to landfill

Juice box straws and wrappers are the only major items that go in the trash. Ottawa has signalled plans to ban their use as early as 2021 » Read more

Many B.C. liquor branch contracts don't comply with government standards: audit

The audit shows several contracts awarded did not comply with procurement policies. More than half were awarded without an open bidding process » Read more

Canadian manufacturers exercising extreme caution in adopting technology

Looking for proof they work and will provide a return on investment. » Read more

MainTrain 2019

Sept. 16 - 19, 2019
Location: Edmonton
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Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS)

Sept. 30 - Oct. 3, 2019
Location: Mississauga, Ont.
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