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UBC launches China Links program
October 31, 2011
The University of British Columbia is proud to announce the launch of the China Links Professional Seminar Series at UBC. This unique program, bui...

Future bright for Canadian exports
October 31, 2011
Despite investor jitters, Export Development Canada is predicting things may not be that bad, after all, for this country's manufacturers and expor...

India, Japan team up for new mega project
October 31, 2011
India and Japan are teaming up to turn India into a global manufacturing powerhouse. Plans to invest US $100-billion in a new Delhi-Mumbai Industr...

Vermont senators look for stiffer penalties for fake maple syrup
October 31, 2011
A group of US Senators hope to put anyone caught selling fake maple syrup into a sticky situation. Vermont's two senators are working on improveme...

Thai flooding forces Honda to scale back production
October 31, 2011
Three months of major flooding in Thailand have forced Honda to halve its Canadian and US factory production for the second time in less than a yea...

Manufacturers drive Canada’s innovation performance, study confirms
October 28, 2011
A report on the state of advanced manufacturing in Canada details how manufacturers are using innovation, investment in advanced manufacturing tech...

Online demand for employees grows
October 28, 2011
Even with fewer job postings in the last three months, online demand for employees surged 15 per cent in the last year. The Monster Employment Ind...

Thai flooding to affect globas supply chains
October 28, 2011
Car and computer producers say flooding in Thailand is going to dampen sales this Christmas. Flooding has left several manufacturing centres under...

Open letter: A choice for British Columbia
October 26, 2011
As Canadians, we are acutely aware that living beside the most powerful and prosperous country in the world can be a double-edged sword. That re...

CME expresses support for CATAAlliance HPC study
October 25, 2011
CATAAlliance is pleased to announce that Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) has joined the growing ranks of supporters of the 2011 study on C...

Canada-EU negotiations reach critical milestone
October 24, 2011
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) is pleased to note that negotiations towards a Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between C...

Preliminary report signals rebound for Chinese manufacturers in October
October 24, 2011
China's manufacturing sector is showing signs it may expand for the first time in four months, which would snap a lengthy contraction dating back t...

Canadian economy remains flat
October 19, 2011
Early indications say the Canadian economy was flat for the fourth-straight month. Statistics Canada's composite leading index says six of the 10 ...

Entire economy stands to benefit from largest contract in Government of Canada history: CME
October 19, 2011
OTTAWA (October 19, 2011) – The Canadian economy is the big winner, according to Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), as Deputy Minister of Pu...

Feds to end wheat board monopoly
October 18, 2011
The federal government plans to introduce legislation to make good on promises to bring about the end of the Canadian Wheat Board. A news report s...

Enbridge asked to provide explanation for pipeline-reversal plans
October 18, 2011
The National Energy Board wants Enbridge Inc. to explain how an Ontario oil pipeline reversal fits into its big picture, including plans to export ...

CME and its members push for border processes to support competitive, integrated manufacturing
October 18, 2011
The following statement was issued by CME President & CEO Jayson Myers: Earlier today, CME hosted a members-only roundtable with US Customs and Bo...

CME calls on Canada and US to harmonize government procurement practices
October 18, 2011
The following statement was issued by CME's Martin Lavoie, director, manufacturing competitiveness and innovation policy: On Monday, Canadian Mini...

North American manufacturers have a good August
October 18, 2011
August was a good month to be a manufacturer - on both sides of the international border. The US Census Bureau reported Oct. 14 that the combined ...

G20 looks for IMF involvement in EU debt crisis
October 17, 2011
The world's richest countries have asked the International Monetary Fund to play a larger role in helping European Union countries deal with their ...

Wind, solar power to lead to sky-high electricity rates for Ontario
October 17, 2011
Ontarians can look forward to paying some of the highest electricity costs in the developed world, according to a new study. Predictions say the c...

CME welcomes R&D study findings
October 17, 2011
CME congratulates the R&D review panel for the outstanding work they have done in the last year. The report is an excellent overview of the current...

Manufacturing sales improve in August
October 14, 2011
Transportation kept Canadian manufacturing sales moving in August. While motor vehicles and vehicle parts sales fell during the month, increases i...

RIM restores BlackBerry service
October 14, 2011
Research in Motion says things are back to normal after four days of outages. Messages arriving in Europe from Asia and the Americas were blamed f...

Law firm lists top three Canadian business concerns
October 14, 2011
Canadian business leaders rank profitability, a high dollar and finding the right people for the job as their biggest worries for the next year. W...

More UK business leaders fear the worst
October 14, 2011
UK business leaders say they have a bad feeling that where their country is headed in the next few months. Two different surveys published this we...

Canada's trade deficit widens
October 13, 2011
After narrowing in July, Canada's trade deficit with the rest of the world increased, again, in August. Canadians bought another 0.2 per cent more...

Manufacturers face new deadline to record greenhouse gas emissions
October 13, 2011
Companies pumping one or more of 24 listed greenhouse gases into the air will have to start taking inventory. Environment Canada has set a June 1,...

Rugby makes list of economic hindrances
October 13, 2011
On top of a strong dollar and questions over where the world economy is headed, New Zealanders had one other hiccup to deal with in their August ma...

Half of Canadians confess to online shopping
October 12, 2011
Canadian manufacturers haven't quite, yet, cashed in on electronic commerce in this country. A new Statistics Canada study says travel arrangement...

New border requirements come into effect Nov. 1 for truck cargo
October 12, 2011
Trucking companies carrying goods into Canada will face stricter requirements on Nov. 1. The Canadian Border services agency announced Oct. 12 tha...

Tremcar switches to Chinese-made tires
October 12, 2011
A North American trailer maker has announced the rubber will start hitting the road with Chinese-made tires. Tremcar says it made the decision to ...

CME extends congratulations to Premier Dunderdale in Newfoundland and Labrador, applauds vision for local manufacturing
October 12, 2011
ST. JOHN'S (October 12, 2011) -- Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) congratulates Premier Kathy Dunderdale and the PC Party of Newfoundland a...

Bank predicts good year for Manitoba economy
October 12, 2011
BMO is predicting a good year for Manitoba, despite a second-straight year of Assiniboine River flooding. BMO Capital Markets Economics is predict...

New agreement to further materials research
October 12, 2011
The federal government and the University of Waterloo have signed a new agreement to take metals and materials research to the next level. Researc...

National pension plan invests in U.S. dollar stores
October 11, 2011
The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is buying American. The investment branch behind the national pension plan announced Oct. 11 that it was ...

North American wood exports to China set to double
October 11, 2011
They've fed the pine beetles. Now they're feeding China's insatiable appetite for lumber. British Columbia trees killed by the mountain pine beetl...

Researchers gear up for new automotive research program
October 11, 2011
AUTO21 is partnering with the University of Windsor Centre for Career Education to deliver Connect Canada, a new federally-funded internship progra...

CME extends congratulations to Premier McGuinty, urges action on the economy
October 07, 2011
TORONTO (October 7, 2011) - Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) congratulates Premier Dalton McGuinty and the Ontario Liberal Party on formin...

More Canadians working
October 07, 2011
More Canadians were working full-time jobs in September. Statistics Canada says the number of people brought back into the workforce rose 61,000 i...

Costs lower, prices higher for manufacturers
October 05, 2011
Motor vehicles and chemical products led the good news for Canadian manufacturers in August.While the prices for manufactured goods rose, raw mater...

Notice to all members of 2011 AGM
October 04, 2011
The Annual General Meeting of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters will be held in the Pilot Room, at Loews Le Concorde Hotel, 1225 cours du General-...

Canada signs anti-counterfeiting treaty
October 03, 2011
Pirates beware. Canada has joined as the newest country to sign a new Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement designed to crack down on the trade in f...

New friendship agreement brings Canada, Southeast Asia closer
October 03, 2011
Canada has signed a new agreement to help keep the doors open with its seventh-largest trading partner. Canada and the Association of Southeast As...

Legislation to extend two-year write-off tabled in Parliament
October 03, 2011
The Government of Canada tabled legislation today that would officially extend the accelerated capital cost allowance – also known as the two-year ...

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