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July 26, 2018
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Backing off auto tariffs, US and EU agree to more talks

Juncker and Trump also agree to resolve a dispute over US tariffs on steel and aluminum.


Sergio Marchionne has died

The Fiat Chrysler CEO who saved the two carmakers was 66.


Feds insist emission standards need to strengthen, as US eases rules

Current rules aim of increasing fuel efficiency for vehicles sold between 2022 and 2025.


Tariffs force some automakers to dim earnings outlook

Significant increases in commodity costs blamed for GM's expected lower profits.


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Water is buried beneath Martian landscape: study

Research suggests a 12-mile-wide reservoir below ice about a mile thick close to the planet's south pole. » Read more
 

Oil sands could eventually acidify area size of Germany: study

In 2013 areas in northern Alberta, Saskatchewan absorbed high enough acid deposits to damage life in rivers and lakes. » Read more
 

Canada is the land of opportunity for US pot companies

Canadian Securities Exchange is quickly becoming the go-to place for US cannabis companies looking for capital. » Read more
 
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Russian hackers tricked people into giving their passwords

They penetrated energy, nuclear, aviation and critical manufacturing sectors during the 2017 hack » Read more

Air Canada led group seeks to buy Aeroplan business in $2.25B offer to Aimia

The group said the offer to purchase the loyalty program would expire Aug. 2 » Read more

Ontario’s fiscal watchdog to probe the cancellation of cap-and-trade

Premier Ford has come under fire for failing to explain how he would make up for the lost revenue from the program » Read more
 
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MainTrain 2018

Sept. 24 - 27, 2018
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Physical Asset Management Program

November 05 - 09, 2018
Location: Toronto
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