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Scorching temperatures are setting records this week as heat waves roll over Canada's East and West, while residents in Central Canada who are experiencing a particularly chilly summer are left longing for a few sweltering days. The reason for the
Story The Globe and Mail Brian Gable Editorial cartoon Business investment is the lifeblood of economic growth. It determines what the economy will look like years from now and how competitive its workers will be. Private-sector investment embodies
Story Reuters Markets Market View What's more, the Conference Board of Canada warned the manufacturing-heavy provinces of Ontario and Quebec in its report today that they still face their fair share of challenges where provincial finances are
In the Globe and Mail , Adriana Barton has a story that is apparently the first in series examining health repercussions for Canadians due to a changing climate. According to the article, the latest report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate
The acquisition is strategic to ProjectLine's growth, bringing expanded business and solution expertise to customers in Ontario, and positioning ProjectLine to more fully support a growing customer base across the nation. SAP Business One practice in
30 Central Canada has both native grassland and boreal forest teeming with wildlife and yet here too the hands of early humans have shaped the land.
MT Alberta is leaving other provinces in the dust when it comes to job creation, according to new Statistics Canada numbers. (David Zalubowski/Associated Press) When it comes to job creation in Canada, there's Alberta and then there's everybody else.
Urban Casavant, a key defendant in a massive stock fraud case involving a Nevada-based diamond mining company, has died a fugitive in Canada, federal authorities confirmed Thursday. Diamonds, and several others were originally indicted by a Las Vegas
With respect to oil and gas, Canada's industry is fairly polarized. Geographically, the industry's wage rates look quite different at the bookends of the country's land mass. Newfoundland and Labrador on one end, and the three western provinces on
Canada breezed through the financial crisis and the ensuing recession. As Canadians blushed under the praise of Forbes magazine (No. World Economic Forum (world's soundest banking system), they became quite content with themselves and their lauded