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Trudeau, French President Macron slam US for withdrawing from Paris Agreement

After Trump’s announcement of withdrawing from the Paris accord.Trudeau said: “We are deeply disappointed.” Meanwhile, French President Macron has told Trump: “Let’s make our planet great again,” in reply to Trump: “Let’s make America great again.”

Majority of companies expect higher sales growth in 2017: Bank of Canada survey

DESK REPORT ONTARIO – More Canadian companies are expecting they will benefit from a stronger economic growth in the US this year, the Bank of Canada ...Full Article

Canada adds 54,000 jobs in December 2016

OTTAWA – Employment rose by 54,000 (+0.3%) in December, the result of gains in full-time work. The unemployment rate increased 0.1 percentage points to 6.9%, as ...Full Article

Premier Expands Economic Opportunities in Japan

Meetings with Economic Leaders Promote Ontario’s Auto and Aerospace Industries   Premier Kathleen Wynne has concluded the Japan leg of her business mission by meeting with ...Full Article

Liberals Failing to Create Positive Economic Environment for Investors: Watts and Rayes

OTTAWA, ON – Today, the Liberals are holding closed-door meetings with international and Canadian investors in an attempt to attract infrastructure investment in Canada. Conservative Critics ...Full Article

desiFEST, NORTH AMERICA’S LEADING OUTDOOR SOUTH ASIAN MUSIC CONCERT CELEBRATES 10TH YEAR

Concert to feature star studded line up of emerging and established musical artists and performers at Yonge-Dundas Square on May 28, 2016 TORONTO, Canada (May 24, ...Full Article

Canadian stock market ends higher

Toronto, Dec 23 (IANS) Canada’s main stock market in Toronto secured gains as resource stocks inched higher while energy stocks seesawed despite a rally in crude oil ...Full Article

UNEMPLOYMENT RATE ROSE TO 7.1% IN JUNE

ONTARIO – A Statistics Canada report shows that unemployment was little changed in June and the rate rose by 0.1 percentage points to 7.1% as more people ...Full Article

IMMIGRATION CHANGES:- Government Overhauls Temporary Foreign Worker Program Ensuring Canadians are first in line for available jobs

Ottawa, Ontario – Employment and Social Development Canada The Honourable Jason Kenney, Minister of Employment and Social Development, and Chris Alexander, Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, announced a ...Full Article

WAGE GROWTH :- Alberta leads in growth in average weekly earnings

Year-over-year earnings of non-farm payroll employees increased in all provinces. The largest growth was in Alberta, Newfound land and Labrador, British Columbia and Quebec, while the smallest was ...Full Article