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September 6, 2016
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Oshawa GM workers brace for 'the fight of our lives'

No GM product scheduled past 2019; much on the line as labour contract negotiations get underway. » Read More

Protectionist views unlikely to creep into Canada: Trudeau

He believes Canadians broadly support positive engagement with the world. » Read More

Municipalities want more flexibility on federal infrastructure plan

Changes would give more money to smaller communities for transit and private septic system improvements. » Read More

PSAC pitches leveraging equalization for pipelines to Ottawa

Group representing oilfield service and supply companies suggests reducing or denying funding to provinces that impede projects. » Read More

Bombardier gets final installment of Quebec's $1B for CSeries

Aerospace manufacturer till waiting on word on federal funding of $1 billion. » Read More

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Need to know 

Britain's PM May seeks out new trading relations post

But she’ll be waiting on the US to conclude EU and Asia-Pacific deals. » Read More

China promises co-operation on steel at G20 global summit

Leaders pledge to boost sluggish global growth by promoting innovation. » Read More

Future climate change field test doesn't make Earth greener

Puts to bed the idea of that ecosystems save us from the ramifications of human-induced climate change. » Read More

Alberta open to talks on $2 billion electricity dispute

Government says consumers shouldn't be on the hook for losses in power prices. » Read More

Canada pushes for border bill as US lawmakers return to work

Zika research, appointment of a Supreme Court justice, and the TPP trade deal highlight high-profile issues. » Read More


MainTrain 2016

Sept. 19-22, 2016
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Sept. 27, 2016
Location: Kitchener, Ont. » Read more