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CME applauds the successful conclusion of TPP negotiations in Atlanta

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations have completed with all 12 nations agreeing to the negotiated terms today in Atlanta. Canadian Man… ... Read More

Fighting zombie fish and other invasive species with the Invasive Species Act

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Passing of W. Murray Auld

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Technological leadership is key to a balanced climate policy

Alberta can become both a stronger world leader in the fight against climate change and a more competitive place to invest in oil and gas if it strikes the right balance with its new climate policy, the Canadian Association of... Read More

Canadian business is united: it’s time for TPP

OTTAWA — The undersigned organizations, representing leading companies, farmers and hundreds of thousands of small businesses from sectors and regi… ... Read More

Canadian Bankers Association statement on the Trans-Pacific Partnership

TORONTO, ONTARIO, October 1, 2015 – The Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) today issued the following statement: “We live in a global economy, where Canadian businesses and investors are increasingly doing business in other countries.  It is important that Canada continually... Read More

TPP will boost CME’s goal to double manufacturing by 2030

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) has set a goal to double Canada’s manufacturing output and exports by 2030. We understand that in order … ... Read More

Will Canada Finally Show Leadership on Climate Change?

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New study compares federal party positions on climate, tar sands and clean energy

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CME-BDO kick off National Manufacturing Month this October: The future is now

MISSISSAUGA — Dead. Dying. On life support. Those three words are frequently used to describe Canada’s manufacturing sector today. But there’s n… ... Read More

Will Canada Finally Tackle the Climate Challenge? An updated comparison of federal parties’ positions on climate change

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ORPP will result in layoffs, results “disturbing”

MISSISSAUGA – Nearly half of Ontario’s small manufacturers will reduce wages or lay off staff as a result of the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (O… ... Read More

Canadian – U.S. Harmonization of Skill Standards and Certifications

September 29, Windsor, ON -  At the annual conference of the North American Strategy for Competitiveness (NASCO) today,  the Canadian Manufacture… ... Read More

Growing chorus of Canadians view affordable housing as important election issue

SEP 27  Three weeks from election day, there is growing attention being paid to affordable housing. CHF Canada urges all housing co-op members to add their voices by taking action now. ... Read More

We’re One Step Closer to Protecting Our Great Lakes

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PHOTO OPPORTUNITY/MEDIA ADVISORY: Volunteers to help plant a rain garden at Woodbine Beach

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Candidate Meet and Greet, Shamrock Co-operative Homes, Wednesday September 30

SEP 25  One of a series of Meet and Greet events organized by Central Ontario Co-op Housing Federation (COCHF) and CHF Canada: each candidate will be given an opportunity to speak and answer questions from the Waterloo community on co-op and... Read More

A Win! Hillary Clinton says “no” to Keystone XL

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Profits are important and higher corporate tax rates are a bad idea: CME

A report issued today by Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters examines the contribution that business profits make to the Canadian economy and the ec… ... Read More

Statement from Environmental Defence’s Maggie MacDonald on the human cost of the Volkswagen scandal

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