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Bombardier to sell train unit to France's Alstom, shedding biggest division

Will focus on business jets as Alstom scales up amid rising competition from China's state-owned CRRC.

Trudeau caught in middle of energy, environment, Indigenous demands

Politically explosive issues combine to make a perfect storm for the Liberal's fragile minority.

Dutch lawmakers to vote on EU-Canada free trade deal

Rejection by the Dutch parliament would throw into doubt the future of the CETA pact.

Supremex buys envelope manufacturer, printer Royal Envelope for $27.4M

Employs approximately 135 people at its two primary facilities in Concord, Ont., and LaSalle, Que.

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Manufacturing sales fell in December to $56.4B: Statistics Canada

Notable drops in automotive and aerospace products and parts sales. » Read more

More than a cost saving: Use IoT to drive revenue

Demonstrate leadership to reap the return on investments and efficiency gains. » Read more

PHOTOS: Canadian International AutoShow

The show, Canada's largest, is being held Feb. 14 to 23 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre » Read more

Canada expected to support heavy fuel ban in Arctic despite costs to northerners

On Feb. 17, the International Maritime Organization is to begin considering how to eliminate the use of heavy fuel oil in ships sailing Arctic waters » Read more