The Canadian government is worried about its professional hockey players who play in Russia and Belarus, fearing they will suffer the same fate as WNBA star Brittney Griner, reported the Toronto Sun. Canadian regulators fear they won’t be able to provide the necessary support if one of the players endsRead More →

Source: Potash from Brazil On Monday, September 12, 2022, Adriano Espeschit, President of Brazil Potash, presented the Autazes project to representatives of the Canadian government and Canadian companies during an event entitled “Breakfast Procurement Needs” held at the hotel Mercury Lourdes in Belo Horizonte. “The event was organized by theRead More →

The Government of Canada joined the ‘Namgis First Nation in celebrating the successful expansion of operations at the Beaver Cove Chip Mill, which now operates as Atli Chip LP. This expansion opens up forestry-related opportunities, businesses, careers and governance within the traditional ‘Namgis territories and other communities in the region.Read More →

Canada’s federal government must make increasing manufacturing output a priority in the fight against high inflation, the Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) has said. In a Sept. 7 press release, Ottawa-based CME officials announced the association’s support for the Bank of Canada’s fight against record inflation and said Canadian manufacturersRead More →

Disney has approached the Canadian federal government in an effort to change the current broadcasting law. Last week, David Fares, vice president of global public policy at Walt Disney, ran for the Senate hoping to change the definition of “Canadian” content. Fares argues that Disney productions such as the recentRead More →

NAIROBI (Reuters) – Eritrea is mobilizing armed forces due to a resurgence of conflict in northern Ethiopia, the Canadian government said on Saturday, raising fears of an escalation in fighting in a war that has already displaced millions of people and triggered a humanitarian catastrophe across northern Ethiopia. “Local authoritiesRead More →

no0916 teaches Seven Canadian companies have compiled a list of global companies that debt markets seem worried about as central banks raise interest rates to fight inflation. Compiled by the UK-based Financial Times and dubbed ‘downturn debt monsters’, the report lists just over 200 companies and includes Canadian miners IamgoldRead More →

Products to be sold and marketed by Siemens under the Airlink brand to Canadian freight and transit customers WALTHAM, MA/ACCESSWIRE/September 14, 2022/ Ondas Holding Inc. (NASDAQ: ONDS) (“Ondas” or the “Company”), a leading provider of private wireless, drone and automated data solutions through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Ondas Networks Inc.Read More →

Queen Elizabeth II has been officially recognized as the monarch of Canada, a role that will now be assumed by her successor, King Charles III. – Reuters file photo By Priya Kulasagaran Friday 09 Sep 2022 12:03 MYT PETALING JAYA, September 9 — A Canadian citizenship ceremony has been temporarilyRead More →

A group of new Canadian citizens may have been the first to swear allegiance to King Charles III. Their virtual citizenship ceremony was delayed following the death of Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday. A Canadian citizenship ceremony was delayed on Thursday as officials determined who to swear allegiance to afterRead More →

In an effort to make the citizenship and immigration process faster and smoother, the Canadian government launched new online services this month. According to CIC News, “Immigration Minister Sean Fraser has introduced new online services across Canada’s immigration system, aimed at improving the client experience and reducing backlogs.” Recently, FraserRead More →

Photo: Getty Images. Canadian manufacturers have been at the forefront of using automation to drive operational efficiency and business growth. With unprecedented market volatility over the past few years, however, there has been a trend to prioritize the digitization of expense management, and for good reason. Nearly nine in tenRead More →