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New export controls come into effect
December 21, 2011
A new set of controls have come into effect for Canadian importers and exporters. Foreign Affairs and International Trade's Export Controls Divisi...

Canadian lumber industry may enjoy growth spurt
December 21, 2011
Floating Canadian logs to markets other than the United States may start paying dividends for Canadian lumber producers next year. A new Conferenc...

Low-paying jobs fuel east coast growth
December 20, 2011
There's been some growth in job creation in Atlantic Canada in the last decade, but most of that has been in low-wage jobs a new study says. The A...

GM Oshawa to build new Impala
December 16, 2011
General Motors is adding a new breed of Impala to its Oshawa Assembly Plant. The automaker announced Dec. 16 that it plans to invest another $68 m...

Canadian manufacturers sell slightly less in October
December 14, 2011
Despite a less than one per cent dip in manufacturing sales in October, Canadian manufacturing had an OK month. While sales dropped 0.8 per cent t...

Economy gets a shot in the arm
December 14, 2011
A snapshot of Canadian GDP for November says the composite leading index posted its largest increase in five months in November. After slowing dow...

Auditor General focuses on environmental efforts
December 13, 2011
Canada's Auditor General has focused in on six key areas with its latest look at federal government operations. This time around, environmental le...

Exporters voice support for Canada joining TPP negotiations
December 13, 2011
Forty organizations representing Canadian exporters wrote to Prime Minister Stephen Harper this past week, expressing their support for Canada join...

Canadian businesses more optimistic than most
December 13, 2011
While a new business survey says most countries now see the glass as half empty, Canadian business owners are still very much optimists about the f...

Excess capacity drops Canada's productivity
December 13, 2011
A new long-term look at Canadian manufacturing says industry has become less productive. Without looking at dollar values, Statistics Canada says ...

Canada slips back into trade deficit
December 09, 2011
Canada was back to running a trade deficit in October after posting the year's first surplus a month earlier. Exporters sent out three per cent fe...

The fast lane to prosperity: Border deal gives new hope to Made in North America
December 07, 2011
Fewer border stops and smarter regulations as a result of today's Canada-US perimeter agreement could save Canadian companies between $15 billion a...

Full report: Beyond the Border Action Plan
December 07, 2011
Earlier today, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and President Barack Obama annouced Canada and the United States have agreed to implement two action p...

Bi-national manufacturing coalition praises leaders on border vision
December 07, 2011
The following statement was issued today by members of the Businesses for Better Borders (B3) coalition: "Today's border announcement by President...

Wednesday border announcement expected to reflect CME recommendations
December 05, 2011
Wednesday’s perimeter announcement by Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper and US President Barack Obama is expected to reflect many of the key ...

Employment rate takes another hit
December 02, 2011
Canadian job growth over the last year took another hit in November. The country's unemployment rate rose 0.1 per cent last month to a national av...

Bank predicts OK year end for 2011
December 02, 2011
A Canadian bank is predicting solid economic growth this year, despite the early setbacks. Between disruptions in Japan and Alberta wildfires, BMO...

Exporters report difficult year
December 02, 2011
Between the Japanese earthquake and bad financial news in Europe, 21 per cent of Canadian exporters reported serious disruptions to their businesse...

Five years of research pays off for Toronto firm
December 02, 2011
A Toronto company that re-invented the wheel has received a prestigious Chinese award for doing it. Five years of research to produce a single-but...

Index says economic growth still occurring
December 02, 2011
Canadian businesses continued to report a slow rise in their fortunes, according to a new monthly survey. November's numbers from the RBC Canadian...

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