Business (Canada)

Experts weigh in on 4 factors hurting Canadian competitiveness

Canadian competitiveness has been top of mind for the country’s business community in recent weeks. From a rising dollar, to uncertainty south of the …

Canadian News

Business Council of Canada Supports Bombardier in Boeing Fight

An industry group representing Canadian chief executives is calling on Boeing Co. to scrap its trade challenge against Montreal-based Bombardier …

Business

BRIEF-Canada's chief NAFTA negotiator says making solid progress at talks

Sept 24 (Reuters) -<p>* Canada's chief NAFTA negotiator says making "good solid progress" at third round of talks in Ottawa, says pace is very fast<p>* …

Canada

'No Progress' So Far in Nafta Talks, Canadian Labor Leader Says

The head of Canada’s largest private-sector union said there’s been “no progress” in Nafta trade talks and that he expects the U.S., Mexico and …

Business

U.S. dairy takes aim at Canadian supply management in round 3 of NAFTA

OTTAWA — The first punches in what promises to be a bitter fight over Canada's protected dairy industry are expected to be thrown during this week's …

Canadian News

C'est la vie: Canadian energy producer accepts French drilling ban with a shrug

Calgary-based Vermilion Energy Inc. stands to be more impacted than most by a draft climate change bill in France that could be law by year-end.

Canadian News

Charlottetown company earns $500K in loans for seaweed products

©Depositphotos.com<p>OmniActive Health Technologies Ltd., a wholly-owned subsidiary of OmniActive India, is among those businesses, plans to introduce …

Canadian News

Mexico, Canada, US hold third round of NAFTA talks

Canadian News

NAFTA talks intensify; U.S. set to unveil demands on key issues

OTTAWA (Reuters) - Talks to update the North American Free Trade Agreement looked set to intensify on Saturday as U.S. negotiators prepared for the first time to unveil their demands on some of the Trump administration's most challenging issues.<p>Teams from the United States, Mexico and Canada kicked …

Business

Third round of NAFTA talks opens in Canada

OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — A third round of NAFTA renegotiations has begun with chief negotiators from Canada, the U.S. and Mexico meeting in the Canadian capital.<p>Canada's chief negotiator, Steve Verhuel, said Saturday that he doesn't expect this round to see any new U.S. proposal to increase American …

Business

Nintendo looks to hit reset with SNES Classic launch

Nintendo is hoping nostalgic gamers won't be left in the dark as it prepares to put its Super NES Classic console on store shelves, even if many …

Canadian News

Health Canada Provincial Data Generates Investment Ideas

Health Canada recently published cannabis industry statistics on a regional basis. This data points to some potentially profitable investment …

Business

U.S. to demand higher American auto content in NAFTA talks, Ross warns

Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross is warning that Washington will push for higher U.S. content in auto manufacturing as NAFTA renegotiations enter the third round in Ottawa.<p>Mr. Ross brandished a study on Friday that he commissioned, which said the share of U.S. manufacturing content in imports has …

Business

Talk of tax reform yields frosty reception for Federal Finance Minister

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau tried to alleviate tax reform fears at Canadian Chamber of Commerce AGM<p>Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau …

Canadian News

Andrew Coyne: The odd merger of Bombardier and the Canadian government

Perhaps I have been wrong about Bombardier.<p>Until this week I had been patiently explaining to readers that the company was not, as its annual reports …

Canadian News

B.C. film and TV production booming with all-time high of $2.6B spent

Keep the cameras rolling.<p>Film production activity in B.C. is at a “all-time high,” according to the latest numbers released by the provincial …

Canadian News

Texas business keeping a close eye on NAFTA talks - Longview News-Journal

The North American Free Trade Agreement needs to be updated because of advances in technology and other changes since it was enacted in 1993, the CEO …

Canadian News

Chief Canadian NAFTA negotiator not expecting progress on auto content rules

OTTAWA - Despite tough talk from the U.S. about the job-killing impact of NAFTA on its automotive sector, Canada's chief negotiator isn't expecting …

Canadian News

Opinion: Energy East will get a fair, transparent review

<b>Re. “Double standard,” Editorial, Sept. 12</b>As Albertans, we all agree that resource development and our capacity to get it to market are crucial to …

Canadian News

An architect of Membertou's economic rise has Amazon dreams

Former band CEO Bernd Christmas wants First Nations in Maritimes to pitch for Amazon headquarters<p>Making a pitch to attract an e-commerce giant is …

Canada

Paul Harris' Top Picks: September 22, 2017

<b>Paul Harris, partner and portfolio manager at Avenue Investment Management<br>FOCUS: North American and Global …

Stocks

Facebook abandons new share class after lawsuit

Facebook Inc Chairman Mark Zuckerberg abandoned plans on Friday to create a new class of company stock with no voting power, which was meant to be a …

Canadian News

Manley: Big fish moving money out of Canada because of tax proposals

OTTAWA — A big Canadian player has quietly picked up his chips and is heading for the exit amid the tumult over the Trudeau government's …

Canadian News

The ballyhooed 'war on homebuyers' isn't real

Regulators have finally realized that Canada is addicted to debt, and are trying to limit the fallout. This is not a bad thing.<p>Canada’s real estate …

Mortgages

Bank of Canada walks fine line as rate hikes boost loonie

OTTAWA/TORONTO (Reuters) - The Bank of Canada is walking a tightrope to its next rate decision, trying to rein in a Canadian dollar that has popped higher in the wake of back-to-back rate hikes - without jawboning the currency too explicitly.<p>While talking down the currency risks upsetting the …

Economy

Pattie Lovett-Reid: The big job interview mistake you may not know about

CTV's Chief Financial Commentator Pattie Lovett-Reid outlines the biggest mistakes a job applicant can make during a job interview. Many job seekers …

Employment

Despite tough talk, Canada seen unlikely to walk away from NAFTA

Despite Canada's threats to walk away from NAFTA talks if necessary, its limited success in diversifying exports leaves the nation too reliant on U.S. markets to play hardball, government insiders and trade experts say.<p>Negotiators from Canada, Mexico and the United States will gather in Ottawa on …

Globalization

Tim Hortons franchisee association accused by company of leaking information

TORONTO — A group representing frustrated Tim Hortons franchisees says its board members have been accused by the company of helping leak …

Canadian News

Canadian firm applies to build $10 billion Jordan Cove LNG project in Oregon - Canadian Business - Your Source For Business News

CALGARY _ The Canadian company whose proposal to build an LNG export terminal in Oregon was derailed by U.S. regulators last year has resubmitted its …

Canadian News

Three reasons why Boeing may actually fear Bombardier

Paige Ellis<p>Reporter<p>Follow|Archive<p>Boeing is widely expected to emerge victorious next week when the U.S. Department of Commerce makes its preliminary …

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