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Canada positioned as a leader in North American accord on climate: CAPP

Canada is a world leader in innovation and technology in the fight against climate change and has improved its competitive position in North America by committing to the North American Climate, Clean Energy, and Environment Partnership with the United States... Read More

Statement by Environmental Defence’s Maggie MacDonald on federal government’s decision on microbeads

Toronto, ON—We applaud the federal government’s decision to add microbeads to the Schedule 1 list of toxic substances under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA), enabling the government to regulate the substance. The government can now move on regulations to... Read More

Statement by Environmental Defence’s Dale Marshall on important joint commitments made by Canada, the U.S., and Mexico at the North American Leaders Summit

Ottawa, ON – Today Canada, the United States and Mexico made several far-reaching commitments on energy that will help the continent show greater leadership in the global fight against climate change. Adding Mexico to the Canada-U.S. agreement to cut methane... Read More

Photo contest invites Canadians to show how Life’s a Beach

Summer is finally here! And there’s no better place to spend the lazy, hazy days soaking up the sun than at a beach near you. This summer, Environmental Defence is asking Canadians to share what makes their favourite beach the... Read More

Removal of Visa Restrictions will help expand trade and investment with Mexico

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) applauds the elimination of visa requirements for Mexicans entering Canada announced today by Prime Minist… ... Read More

Update to CMA Member Discount Program – Porter Airlines

Following a recent decision to phase out its corporate airfare discount program, Porter Airlines will no longer feature as part of the CMA’s member discount program, effective July 1, 2016.Members interested in booking travel can still access exclusive rates with... Read More

Make your voice heard – Management Issues Survey 2016

The world of manufacturing and exporting is undergoing a transformation. Innovation and new technologies have not only changed the nature of indu… ... Read More

Brexit and Canada: CETA a top priority for Canada’s relationship with the EU and the UK

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) is deeply concerned by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union. In the immediate term, Brexit presen… ... Read More

Increased payroll taxes hurt Canadian business and their employees

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) was surprised to hear of the sudden deal to expand the Canadian Pension Plan (CPP) after almost no consult… ... Read More

CME pleased to be chosen as intervenor in National Energy Board hearings

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) was pleased to be notified today of the National Energy Board’s decision to include CME nationally and sev… ... Read More

CME congratulates President & CEO Jayson Myers on 25 years of service and dedication

After 25 years of service to Canada’s manufacturers and exporters, Jayson Myers will be leaving Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) at the end… ... Read More

CAPP annual oil forecast shows Canada needs new major oil pipelines

Forecasted growth in Canadian oil production shows new major oil pipelines are urgently needed to deliver safe, secure and reliable energy to domestic and world markets, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers announced today in its 2016 Crude Oil Forecast,... Read More

CAPP annual oil forecast shows Canada needs new major oil pipelines

Forecasted growth in Canadian oil production shows new major oil pipelines are urgently needed to deliver safe, secure and reliable energy to domestic and world markets, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers announced today in its 2016 Crude Oil Forecast,... Read More

CAPP annual oil forecast shows Canada needs new major oil pipelines

Forecasted growth in Canadian oil production shows new major oil pipelines are urgently needed to deliver safe, secure and reliable energy to domestic and world markets, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers announced today in its 2016 Crude Oil Forecast,... Read More

Trans Mountain decision shows pipelines are in Canada's best interest

CALGARY, Alberta (May 19, 2016) – The National Energy Board (NEB) decision on Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project is an important first step to build new paths for Canadian oil and reach new markets to create jobs and prosperity... Read More

Trans Mountain decision shows pipelines are in Canada's best interest

CALGARY, Alberta (May 19, 2016) – The National Energy Board (NEB) decision on Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Expansion Project is an important first step to build new paths for Canadian oil and reach new markets to create jobs and prosperity... Read More

New Brunswick's decision to extend hydraulic fracturing moratorium is a step in the wrong direction

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) today expressed disappointment with the New Brunswick government’s decision to extend the moratorium on hydraulic fracturing. “Industry has been working with the government to ensure world-class regulations and environmental protection is in place,”... Read More

New Brunswick's decision to extend hydraulic fracturing moratorium is a step in the wrong direction

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) today expressed disappointment with the New Brunswick government’s decision to extend the moratorium on hydraulic fracturing. “Industry has been working with the government to ensure world-class regulations and environmental protection is in place,”... Read More

New Brunswick's decision to extend hydraulic fracturing moratorium is a step in the wrong direction

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) today expressed disappointment with the New Brunswick government’s decision to extend the moratorium on hydraulic fracturing. “Industry has been working with the government to ensure world-class regulations and environmental protection is in place,”... Read More

Les prévisions pétrolières annuelles de l’ACPP démontrent que le Canada a besoin de nouveaux pipelines

Les prévisions d’une hausse de la production de pétrole canadien montrent que le Canada a un besoin urgent pour de nouveaux pipelines afin de transporter cette énergie de façon sécuritaire, sûre et fiable en sol canadien et sur les marchés... Read More