BREAKING: Canada sheds 71,000 jobs in November, Stats Canada
Meanwhile, the US economy continued to roar and gained 266,000 jobs in November. It was the worst job report for Canada since the 2008 financial crisis.
Canadian tech founder starts “venture builder” for Prairies
Western Canada has a new group dedicated to helping founders with disruptive ideas go big without leaving the area.
Ford government passes law to protect farmers from animal rights activists
Trespassers on farmers’ land will face much stiffer penalties in Ontario now.
SNC-Lavalin, China one step closer to building next-gen CANDU power plants for Shanghai
China’s national nuclear power corp. says SNC-Lavalin will conduct “pre-project work” for a pair of 700-megawatt advanced-CANDU reactors in Shanghai.
Multiple Canadian beef producers lose license after recall
Three Toronto based meat producers have had their licenses cancelled after E. Coli led to massive recalls.
Husky Energy cuts 370 jobs, reduces spending by $500 million
Huskey Energy CEO Rob Peabody revealed on a conference call Monday that his firm will be cutting 370 jobs this year as it looks to reduce spending.
Twenty-seven percent more employed Ontarians accessing food banks
The number of Ontario residents requiring food banks while employed has significantly increased over the last three years.