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Construction firm PCL builds its digital strategy

The construction sector has been one of the most forward thinking in terms of digital transformation, especially relating to supply chain and with the use of drones. One lead example is with Canadian company PCL.

New program for female angel investors launched

A new venture has been formed as an accelerator program for women corporate and technology executives. The aim is boost the number of women performing deal-making venture capital gains.

Digital care for substance abuse introduced in Ontario

Toronto - A digital care package has been developed for substance use disorder. The platform has been made available to healthcare providers in Ontario.

Canada ready to indemnify Trans Mountain pipeline losses: Morneau

Ottawa - Canada pledged Wednesday to compensate the builder of a controversial oil pipeline in British Columbia for any losses that may result from political delays.

Op-Ed: Progressive Conservatives have big lead in Ontario election polls

Toronto - The Canadian Broadcasting System has a useful poll-tracker that continually updates polling averages for the main parties in the Ontario provincial election that is to take place this June 7.

Trudeau, Trump: NAFTA talks could conclude soon

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US President Donald Trump discussed Monday ongoing negotiations to revamp the North American Free Trade Agreement, with the White House highlighting the "importance" of reaching a quick conclusion.

Canada: Huge merger creates pot giant ahead of legalization

Montr - With the legalization of recreational marijuana looming in Canada, therapeutic producer Aurora said Monday it was acquiring rival MedReleaf Corp. in a huge deal set to create a giant company. Aurora said it would pay Can$3.2 billion ($2.

NAFTA talks break for the weekend with no agreement as yet

Washington - After a week of talks there is still no deal for a new North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The only agreement was to resume negotiations soon.

Trudeau aims for G7 to pick up fight against extreme nationalism

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hopes the G7 will step up to fight extreme nationalism, and adopt concrete measures on the environment and women's education in crisis zones when it meets in Canada next month, he told AFP in an exclusive intervie...

Canada's Trudeau to unveil gender equality plan at G7

Ottawa - Canada will unveil measures to educate women in crisis zones when it hosts leaders of the Group of Seven industrialized nations summit next month, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in an exclusive interview with AFP.

Trudeau sees other countries following Canada to legalize pot

Ottawa - The world is closely following Canada's plans to legalize the recreational use of cannabis, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in an exclusive interview with AFP, predicting that several nations would follow suit.

Canada minister tells of US airport security hassles over turban

Ottawa - The zealous airport security screening of a Canadian government minister wearing a turban last year led Ottawa to file a diplomatic protest with Washington, his office said Thursday.

Toronto van attack suspect faces three more attempted murder charges

Ottawa - The man accused in a van attack that killed 10 people in Toronto was charged Thursday with three additional counts of attempted murder during a brief court appearance.

Mylo offers Canada’s only mobile giving app

Montreal - The mobile company Mylo has launched a scheme called "Round Up To Give", making it Canada’s only mobile giving app. The scheme operates in partnership with CanadaHelps.

Op-Ed: Ontario election: Where do the parties stand on the environment?

Toronto - The 42nd Ontario general election takes place on on June 7, 2018, and among the leading parties there are the established positions on taxation rates, health and education. One more interesting area of policy debate centers on the environment.

Using AI to speed drug discovery

Toronto - A new healthcare startup venture, formed from University of Toronto researchers, has raised sufficient capital to begin developing a program to assess existing research in order to speed up new medicinal drug discovery.

Toyota invests Can$1.4 billion in Canada plants

Ottawa - Toyota announced Friday it would invest Can$1.4 billion ($1.09 billion) in two factories in central Canada where the Japanese manufacturer plans to build its largest hybrid hub in North America.

Report on oil and gas extraction revenue shows decline

A new comprehensive report on Canada's energy sector has been released. The report claims that Canada's remaining fossil fuels are being sold off at low prices and with declining returns to federal and provincial governments.

Interview: Leader’s view on Canadian tech centers Special

Toronto - Toronto Technology Centre is growing hub of innovation and talent. To harness this potential help and direction are required. Key leader and opinion former Shawn Malhothra provides expert commentary.

Loblaws expands online business in Canada and hikes dividend

Brampton - Loblaws is planning to extend its on line grocery shopping services and also expand home delivery services. The company says that it plans to "blanket the country" with online grocery services in Canada.
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