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Canadian investors looking at US more than domestic market
February 28, 2012
After years of bad tidings, even a slight glimpse of silver lining has investors sinking their money into perceived good news, says a new CIBC Worl...

Letter of Comment: Northern Gateway
February 28, 2012
February 27, 2012 Secretary to the Joint Review PanelEnbridge Northern Gateway Project 444 Seventh Avenue SW Calgary ABĀ  T2P 0X8 Dear Sir: It is...

Energy and resources offer new opportunities for Canadian manufacturers: CME
February 28, 2012
Energy and resource developments across Canada offer billions of dollars in new market opportunities for Canadian manufacturers, as well as supplie...

Canada rates best in G8 for taxes
February 28, 2012
Canadians may still grumble about paying taxes, but a new report by accounting firm PwC, the World Bank and IFC says they don't have as much to com...

Proview expands suit for iPad name
February 28, 2012
Proview Electronics says it wants the iPad name back. The Chinese company has amended a suit filed in Santa Clara, California's Superior Court ask...

Businesses still not spending enough on secure IT
February 28, 2012
Despite claims by small and medium businesses that they're worried about IT security, few are spending enough to ensure breaches don't occur. A ne...

CME welcomes the appointment of David Emerson as head of the Review of Aerospace and Space Programs and Policies
February 27, 2012
Canadian Manufacturer & Exporters (CME) welcomes the federal government announcement of a review of Aerospace and Space Programs and Policies, as a...

Canada ready to blast off into lunar mining?
February 27, 2012
There's a good chance "The man in the moon" could be Canadian. Both the Canadian Space Agency and top Canadian mining companies could play a large...

Portion of Keystone XL to go ahead
February 27, 2012
While the international segment of the Keystone XL pipeline between the Alberta oil sands and Gulf of Mexico refineries is on hold pending a post-U...

EDC helps boost Canadian exports
February 27, 2012
Despite a not-so-great year for international trade, Canadian companies boosted their business dealings with the rest of the world by 10 per cent i...

US pledges support for Boeing
February 24, 2012
Bombardier must be doing things right if their CSeries airliners are being talked down by the US government, a Postmedia news story says. The Amer...

US taking wrong track to manufacturing prosperity
February 24, 2012
The Huffington Post says US manufacturers can learn a lot from the Germans. Rather than going head-to-head with countries that can make inexpensiv...

F-35 price tag to stand
February 24, 2012
Canadians won't pay any more than the original $75 million per plane originally allotted for new F-35 fighter jets, Defence Minister Peter MacKay s...

Business picking up for Canadian companies
February 23, 2012
Most Canadian businesses became a little more lucrative in the final quarter of 2011. Statistics Canada says operating profits increased nine per ...

BC Super tanker route gets green light
February 23, 2012
Transport Canada has given a green light to oil super tankers travelling the British Columbia coastline to carry Alberta oil to market. Enbridge's...

BC Super tanker route gets green light
February 23, 2012
Transport Canada has given a green light to oil super tankers travelling the British Columbia coastline to carry Alberta oil to market. Enbridge's...

Cigarette sales sag in January
February 22, 2012
Cigarette makers saw 10.5 per cent of their sales go up in smoke in December. Statistics Canada says the domestic cigarette-making industry suffer...

Chinese industry numbers expected to dip
February 22, 2012
Chinese manufacturing is expected to stumble for a fourth-straight month in February. While a week-long holiday is expected to mess with the numbe...

BMO buys into Chinese bank
February 22, 2012
BMO is putting down roots in China. The Canadian bank has bought a 19.99 per cent share of COFCO Trust Company, the largest allowed under Chinese ...

New website aims to bridge skills gap dogging Canadian manufacturers and exporters
February 21, 2012
A new online tool connecting skilled workers with employers in Canada's industrial sector is tackling fears of a looming labour crisis that is expe...

Leading indicator rises for seventh-straight month
February 17, 2012
Canada was 0.7 per cent busier in January than it was in February. Statistics Canada says its composite leading index rose for the seventh-straigh...

Brighter things on the horizon for Canadian manufacturing?
February 16, 2012
Canada's manufacturing sector may be turning a corner. Sales rose 0.6 per cent in December to $49.9 billion, the fifth increase in six months for ...

Vale invests in air quality
February 16, 2012
The nickel belt is getting a shine. Vale announced Thursday that it has approved a $2 billion investment in its Sudbury operations to reduce sulph...

Business plans to spend more this year
February 15, 2012
Financial executives say they plan to put more money into product development this year with an eye on cashing in on the growing middle class in de...

New export funding available for Chinese market
February 15, 2012
Manufacturers looking for export financing have a new venue to approach after the Feb. 14 signing of a new agreement between Export Development Can...

Researchers hope to take new fruit to market
February 15, 2012
North America's largest, and mostly unknown, fruit will be the subject of a four-year University of British Columbia research study looking to take...

Bombardier to provide planes for Chinese leasing market
February 15, 2012
Bombardier has landed a new deal in China for its commercial aircraft division. Export Development Canada signed an agreement Feb. 15 with ICBC Fi...

Drummond Report underlines need for cost control, prosperous manufacturing sector
February 15, 2012
The stern warning issued today by economist Don Drummond over the state of Ontario's finances highlights mounting concerns with government spending...

Business leaders converge on Parliament Hill to discuss the future of SR&ED tax credits
February 15, 2012
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) is leading an important business delegation on Parliament Hill today to discuss the potential changes made...

Taxpayers’ Ombudsman echoes CME concerns over SR&ED program
February 14, 2012
The federal Taxpayers' Ombudsman issued a report this week examining key challenges facing businesses that file scientific research and experimenta...

Shipbuilding action plan a historic opportunity for manufacturers in Atlantic Canada: CME
February 13, 2012
The new Atlantic Shipbuilding Action Plan unveiled today by the federal government represents a historic opportunity for manufacturing growth and j...

First puzzle piece arrives in Quebec smelter upgrade
February 13, 2012
Rio Tinto Alcan says the first cell in a plan to produce more aluminum with less electricity has arrived at its Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean, Que. plant...

EU approves Google deal
February 13, 2012
Google Inc. has received the EU's guarded approval for the purchase of Motorola Mobility and it's collection of 17,000 patents and 7,500 pending pa...

Four more IMAX theatres planned for China
February 13, 2012
Showing soon in China - IMAX. IMAX Corporation and Broadway Theatre Company Ltd. announced Feb. 13 that they're reached a pair of agreements to in...

Alberta hopeful Keystone will rise, again
February 13, 2012
Alberta is still optimistic Keystone XL will be back on track following this year's US presidential elections. In an interview with Reuters, Alber...

Column: Bordering on insanity
February 11, 2012
By Jeff Brownlee, VP, Public Affairs & Partnerships, CME Sometimes it makes me wonder: When will people wake up and realize we actually live in 20...

Canadian companies more optimistic about 2012
February 10, 2012
Canadian companies surveyed in the fourth quarter of 2011 say they feel good about their chances this year. PwC's fourth-quarter 2011 Manufacturin...

Canadian exports rebound
February 10, 2012
Total export volumes for 2011 ended the year almost as high as they were in 2008. By price and weight, Canadian exports were more than one-quarter...

Canada needs BC oil terminal
February 10, 2012
The International Energy Agency says Canada needs to have a West Coast shipping point for Alberta oil by the middle of this decade if it doesn't wa...

New deal with China on uranium exports will create jobs for Canadians: CME
February 09, 2012
A new deal struck today between Prime Minister Stephen Harper and the Chinese government will open new markets for Saskatchewan uranium and will cr...

Canada, China create fund to invest in Canadian resources
February 09, 2012
Ties between Canada and China became a little closer Feb. 9 with the announcement a $1 billion US fund has been created to help boost Chinese inves...

Strengthened Canada-China partnership will make a difference for Canadian exporters: CME
February 08, 2012
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), Canada's largest trade and industry association, welcomes the agreements on investment, energy, natural r...

Ontario loses ground in immigration
February 08, 2012
Ontario has continued losing ground to western Canadian provinces since the 2008 recession, say numbers collected during the last census. The popu...

Prime Minister's economic diplomacy key to advancing Canadian exporters' interests, says CME
February 08, 2012
OTTAWA - Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), Canada's leading trade and industry association, welcomes Prime Minister Harper's leadership in ...

US jobless numbers drop
February 07, 2012
US employers had 3.4 million jobs waiting to be filled in December 2011. The number of American job vacancies rose by 300,000 from the previous mo...

Virtual goods disappear off virtual German shelves
February 07, 2012
The German manufacturing industry is dipping into a whole new revenue source - virtual goods. Sales of in-game items to online gamers was a large ...

Prices rise 2.7 per cent in 2011
February 07, 2012
Despite lower prices for Canadian manufactured goods in December, made-in-Canada products were worth 2.7 per cent more at the end of 2011 than they...

CME congratulates Maureen Shaw, recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal
February 06, 2012
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) wishes to extend sincere congratulations to Maureen Shaw of Victoria, British Columbia, for receiving the ...

Kraft works on becoming trash free
February 03, 2012
Kraft Foods says it has cut trash pickups at its production plants since 2005, with 36 sites now sending no trash to landfills. The food processor...

Manufacturing jobs fall year-over-year
February 03, 2012
Canada's employment picture changed little in January. The country's unemployment rate edged up one-tenth of a percentage point to 7.6 per cent as...

Caterpillar shuts London plant
February 03, 2012
The Cat didn't come back. Caterpillar subsidiary Progress Rail shut the doors on the London Electro-Motive plant in London, Ont. Feb. 3 a month af...

Dollar reaches parity with US
February 02, 2012
Stronger manufacturing numbers world-wide helped push the Canadian dollar above par against the US dollar for the first time since Oct. 31 on Feb. ...

GE opens new engine icing test facility
February 01, 2012
GE Canada and StandardAero have officially announced the opening of a new $50 million aircraft engine testing, research and development centre in W...

Canadian manufacturing flat in January
February 01, 2012
Production and new orders were flat for Canadian industry in January, the results of a new business survey say. According to the RBC Canadian Manu...

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