WSP Associationsedition

FPAC WELCOMES B.C. SUPPORT FOR FOREST INDUSTRY INNOVATION

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) applauds the British Columbia government for supporting a FPInnovations research project aimed at developing innovative biomaterials from wood fibre. ... Read More

Statement from Environmental Defence’s Adam Scott on the NEB’s “list of issues” for Energy East

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Industry-driven innovation is delivering measurable impact for Canada’s forest sector

​by Vicky J. Sharpe, President and CEO, Sustainable Development Technology Canada I often point to the forest products industry as a leading example of the potential of clean technology to create new opportunities and open up new revenue streams within... Read More

Statement by Hannah McKinnon of Environmental Defence in response to reports that the Keystone XL decision will be further delayed

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Giving Canada’s tar sands a much needed reality check

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CME partners with UOIT to create a bursary in honour of Jim Flaherty

In honour and recognition of Jim Flaherty’s many contributions as a public servant and advocate for students with special needs, CME has proposed… ... Read More

Canada-EU research collaboration projects to be included in new national research network

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National network for aerospace collaboration and innovation launched

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CME partners with Government of Canada to address skills gap

CONCORD, ON – Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) recently announced a series of initiatives, in partnership with the Government of Canada, to… ... Read More

Rejecting Keystone XL: A Matter of Morality

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Nobel Laureates Urge President Obama to Deny Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline; Letter highlights moral duty to protect the vulnerable from climate change

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Online voting now open

APR 15  Online voting is now open until May 15 for the positions of director representing Aboriginal communities and for regional directors in Newfoundland and Labrador, Ontario and Manitoba. Co‑ops eligible to vote in these elections will receive voting credentials directly.... Read More

Canadian Bankers Association welcomes new Financial Literacy Leader

For Immediate ReleaseToronto, ON, April 15, 2014 – The Canadian Bankers Association (CBA) today welcomed the appointment of Jane Rooney as Canada’s new Financial Literacy Leader. The announcement was made by Minister of State (Finance) Kevin Sorenson as part of... Read More

Manufacturing sales reach pre-recession levels on transport equipment strength

Sales and unfilled orders of Ontario manufactured transportation equipment highlight February’s StatsCan manufacturing survey. Nationwide manufactu… ... Read More

Statement by Hannah McKinnon of Environmental Defence in response to new international climate change report

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Reality Check: Climate Change and the Tar Sands

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Parliament Hill Rally confirmed for June 4

APR 10  Kicking off CHF Canada’s Annual Meeting in Ottawa, from 12:30 pm to 1:15 pm on Wednesday, June 4, housing co‑op members and supporters will have their say at a rally on Parliament Hill. ... Read More

Former finance minister Jim Flaherty dies suddenly

OTTAWA – Former finance minister Jim Flaherty died suddenly at his home in Ottawa earlier today. Flaherty, who stepped away from his cabinet post… ... Read More

Canadian Bankers Association statement on the death of Jim Flaherty

For Immediate ReleaseToronto, ON, April 10, 2014 – Terry Campbell, president of the Canadian Bankers Association, has made the following statement:“We are shocked and deeply saddened at the death of Jim Flaherty. Mr. Flaherty had a remarkable career as the... Read More

Canadian Bankers Association Statement on the Heartbleed Bug

For Immediate Release Toronto, ON, April 9, 2014 – The online banking applications of Canadian banks have not been affected by the Heartbleed bug. Canadians can continue to bank with confidence. Banks have sophisticated security systems in place to protect... Read More