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Quebec premier says returns will fly high with $30M airship investment

Would transport heavy cargo to the province's far north by 2022-23.

Premiers to celebrate USMCA, beat back protectionism in Washington

Trump kicking the tires on a Buy American move that would pull the US out of a $1.7-trillion procurement agreement with WTO members.

Canada's ambassador to China says chill in relations

Main concern is winning the release of Kovrig and Spavor who are believed to be detained in retaliation for the arrest of Meng Wanzhou.

Impeachment loses its constitutional gravity in Trump case

His acquittal was all but preordained in the Republican-controlled Senate.
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Manufacturers plan for uncertain cash flow in 2020: survey

Rising costs and currency fluctuations, getting paid on time identified as top concerns. » Read more

Innovation, investments needed to work with BoC on growth: Wilkins

Senior deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins said the bank's monetary policy tool kit can only take the economy so far. » Read more

Disasters foretold: Boeing 737 Max 8 and Lac Megantic

Is the erosion of regulations to blame for notorious transportation tragedies? » Read more

Opponents to ramp up protests against Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in B.C.

Tsleil-Waututh and Squamish First Nations may still seek leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada. » Read more

Almost $150M in vaunted oceans protection funding not spent

Reasons offered for not spending their full allocations vary by department, including delays in capital projects and requests by Indigenous groups for more consultations » Read more