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Third-quarter GDP growth conceals worrying trends: Myers
November 30, 2011
The Canadian economy grew at an annualized rate of 3.5 per cent in the third quarter, driven largely by a 14 per cent spike in exports, according t...

Tariff announcement good news for Canadian manufacturers
November 28, 2011
Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters congratulates the federal government on its latest steps toward helping keep this country's producers feet firml...

Panel recommendations on research and development fall short: CME
November 28, 2011
Proposed changes to federal programs supporting research and development would weaken investment and could potentially hamper Canada's ability to i...

More New Zealand companies predicting better times
November 28, 2011
New Zealand businesses say they've found a silver lining in the black cloud parked over international market watchers. The latest National Bank Bu...

Saskatchewan wage growth leading the country
November 27, 2011
Move over, Alberta. There's another main attraction in Canada's job market. According to StatsCan numbers released last week, the average wage in ...

Italian debt clips loonie's wings
November 25, 2011
Italy's burgeoning debt problems dragged down the Canadian dollar Friday morning. With Italy having to raise bond prices to an average yield of 7....

Federal deficit shrinks $4 billion
November 25, 2011
The hole in the federal government's pocket is smaller now than it was a year ago. The Globe & Mail says the Conservative government has trimmed t...

Announcement: Winners and finalists of the 2011 Regional Awards for New Technology
November 24, 2011
On behalf of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters and the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP), we c...

Top five environmental issues driving change in logistics
November 22, 2011
More than 50 per cent of an average corporation's carbon-dioxide emissions occur within its supply chain. Increasingly, businesses and consumers ar...

Chinese high tech firm to expand Ottawa operations
November 22, 2011
China's Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. is on a growth spurt in west-end Ottawa. Eighteen months after opening a high-tech research hub in Kanata, th...

Guilty plea marks turning point for foreign bribery cases
November 22, 2011
Canada's first guilty plea under Canada's Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act (CFPOA) marks a turning point for businesses working overseas,...

Chinese city plans to become world's white goods capital
November 22, 2011
The words "major appliances" and "Made in China" may point to one particular Chinese city in the next half decade. The Chinese government plans to...

Canada joins tougher sanctions against Iran
November 21, 2011
Canada has joined the growing list of countries putting tougher sanctions on Iran and its nuclear program. The ban on new energy sector contracts ...

Canadian firm to supply bullet-making equipment to Phillipines
November 18, 2011
A Canadian company has signed a deal to help the Philippine armed forces and law enforcement become more self-sufficient. Waterbury Farrel has mad...

Economic picture slightly brighter in October
November 18, 2011
Canadian economic was a little bit better in October than it was in September, but the numbers were still flat for the month. Statistics Canada sa...

Technology gap leaves Canadians poorer
November 17, 2011
A new study says Canada's two-decade-long decision to not keep up with the Joneses hurt this country's standard of living. A new Conference Board ...

Bombardier plans Morocco landing
November 17, 2011
High Canadian labour costs and a soaring dollar have Bombardier Inc. landing in Morocco. The plane maker said Nov. 16 that it plans to spend $200 ...

Canada introduces legislation to implement free trade agreements with Jordan and Panama
November 15, 2011
The Honourable Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, today followed through on a commitment made in t...

CME welcomes government’s commitment to open markets
November 15, 2011
CME President & CEO Jayson Myers was in attendance this morning as International Trade Minister Ed Fast and Minister of State for Small Business Ma...

Manufacturing sales increase for third-straight month
November 15, 2011
Canadian manufacturers sold more in September. Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales rose 2.6 per cent to $49.2 billion in September, the cou...

Virtual Summit: Big Ideas for Small Business
November 15, 2011
Expanding your business into other markets can be daunting; however the benefits can open your business to a world of opportunities. But how do you...

BC expected to top Canadian exports
November 15, 2011
British Columbia is expected to become Canada's export capital in 2012. Export Development Canada is predicting BC's exports will increase 13 per ...

Worldwide energy use expected to soar by 2035
November 14, 2011
Worldwide use of renewable energy sources is expected to climb to 18 per cent of world electrical production by 2035. The International Energy Age...

Saving the world
November 14, 2011
McLean's magazine is taking an in-depth look at Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney and the job he'll be required to do as head of the new Financia...

US delays Keystone XL decision
November 11, 2011
Canadian producers are promising to look at other markets, especially Asia, now that the US State Department has delayed a final decision on the Ke...

News not all bad for 2012, if businesses do their homework
November 11, 2011
A BMO economist offered small-and-medium-sized business owners a few words of advice Nov. 10 to help counter the fact Canadians are expected to bec...

Canada finds first trade surplus of 2011
November 10, 2011
Canada has posted its first trade surplus since January. Merchandise exports grew 4.2 per cent in September, while imports fell 0.3 per cent. The ...

Greece names new PM
November 10, 2011
Less than two weeks after a proposed referendum to let the Greek people decide on a European Union bailout package threw international markets into...

Recent Buy American provisions: What you need to know
November 09, 2011
By Birgit MatthiesenSpecial Advisor to the President & CEO, US Government Relations, CME In 2009, with a Democrat-controlled House and Senate, Pres...

CME applauds government action on employment insurance
November 08, 2011
The following statement was issued by CME President & CEO Jayson Myers: Finance Minister Jim Flaherty announced today employment insurance premium...

Manufacturers, labour support extension of job sharing
November 08, 2011
Leaders representing Canadian manufacturers and exporters and the Canadian labour movement are pleased that the federal government will extend for ...

Soprema expansion a ‘vote of confidence’
November 08, 2011
By Robert Freeman, Chilliwack Progress A multi-million expansion of the Soprema manufacturing plant in Chilliwack, B.C., was announced even as the...

Canadian company fires back after US trade complaint
November 07, 2011
A Canadian company is firing back after an array of seven US solar cell manufacturers filed a trade complaint against China with the American gover...

Industry leaders sign British Columbia's first health and safety charter
November 07, 2011
Twenty three CEOs and senior executives from around British Columbia signed on to a landmark document, the Health & Safety Leadership Charter, repr...

Manufacturers ask leaders to remember industry
November 07, 2011
Manufacturing associations representing Canada, the United States and Mexico have reached out to government leaders in all three countries with a r...

Ottawa firm secures Nokia outsource deal
November 04, 2011
An Ottawa high-tech company has found a new partner in the world's largest cell phone maker. DragonWave Inc. has become part of a complex deal wit...

Unemployment rate rises
November 04, 2011
Manufacturing led the way as 54,000 fewer people collected pay cheques in October. Manufacturing and construction led the way as Canada's unemploy...

Canadian economic growth takes a breather
November 04, 2011
Economic growth in Canada hit a three-month low in October, according to a new market survey. While growth slowed, the RBC Canadian Manufacturing ...

Oil industry issues warning over Keystone XL
November 04, 2011
While they're not exactly threatening to turn off the taps if the White House doesn't approve Keystone XL, Canadian oil companies say they will ha...

New agreement to help keep ports running seven days a week
November 03, 2011
A new agreement between CN and Ray-Mont Logistics is being touted as a logistical improvement for Canadian grain exports. The supply chain agreeme...

Global export markets stagnate
November 03, 2011
A new market survey says global manufacturing's big picture moved from a slight decline in September to not moving at all in October. The data, re...

US names China, Russia most-active economic spies
November 03, 2011
The American government is naming names in the spy game. The U.S. has accused China of being the "most active and persistent" country in terms of ...

G20, Europe make contingency plans for Greek default
November 03, 2011
The rest of Europe is making contingency plans for the possibility Greece may slip out of the euro zone. G20 leaders gathered in Canned, France fo...

EDC predicts good year for P.E.I. exports
November 03, 2011
Export Development Canada is predicting good things for P.E.I.'s export sector after years of struggling. The Crown corporation says the province ...

Lumber mills ship less in August
November 02, 2011
Canadian lumber mills were busier year-over-year in August, although they shipped less during the month. Monthly lumber production by sawmills inc...

Prices rise in 2010 for computer sector
November 02, 2011
Statistics Canada says 2010 was a good year to be in a computer-related industry. The annual index measuring prices in the informatics professiona...

CEO wants G20 to help unlock trillions of dollars
November 02, 2011
The head of Britain's largest insurance company hopes to convinceG20 leaders to clear up the web tape that prevents pension funds from investing in...

Americans in no rush to agree to Keystone XL
November 02, 2011
A U.S. decision on the Keystone XL pipeline - all 2,700 kilometres of it - may not come in time for the end of 2011, after all. U.S. President Bar...

Canadian economy remains flat
November 01, 2011
While Canada may have eliminated recessionary fears with three-straight months of growth, economists aren't exactly jumping for joy. The economy g...

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