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July 25, 2019

No winners in USMCA free trade agreement: C.D. Howe

GDP will drop for each of the partners, US sustains the least damage.

Mueller rejects Trump's claims of exoneration, 'witch hunt'

Condemned Trump's praise of WikiLeaks, which released Democratic emails stolen by Russia.

Boris Johnson tells Cabinet it's full steam ahead for Brexit

Many of the new ministers worked with him in the 2016 referendum campaign to leave the EU.

Quebec has no plans to offer struggling SNC-Lavalin a bailout: Minister

SNC-Lavalin faces a trial after allegedly paying $48 million in bribes to officials under Moammar Gadhafi and defrauding Libyan organizations.

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Ascent of Boris heralds stormy economic, political seas for Canada

More disruption with two of its top allies with unpredictably populist men who appear fond of each other. » Read more...

Filling the skills gap: Increase engagement and build momentum

Skills Ontario offers the province three recommendations for improving engagement. » Read more...

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Premier says former Ontario health minister David Caplan has died

Caplan was first elected in 1997 and served until 2011, when he and several other prominent Liberals chose not to run for re-election » Read more

Trudeau names outgoing NDP MP Murray Rankin to lead new security review agency

Along with Rankin, University of Ottawa law professor Craig Forcese has been appointed to keep country’s national security and intelligence agencies accountable » 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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