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Linamar Corporation, a supplier of engine, transmission and driveline ...
Linamar Corporation, a supplier of engine, transmission and driveline components, will invest $75 million to expand its manufacturing complex in Asheville, North Carolina, to supply precision-machined components for the manufacturer's Industrial, ...
Eagle Manufacturing LLC�Linamar creates jobs, earns accolades
Florence-based Eagle Manufacturing LLC�Linamar has grown from a $30 million company in 2010 to an estimated $70 million company by year's end.
Strong Action For Ontario's Economy
The McGuinty government has named the 13 members of the newly formed Jobs and Prosperity Council, who will sit alongside Chair Gordon Nixon.
Tax Court Of Canada Limits Shopping For Expert Witnesses: Aecon Construction ...
In his recent decision in Aecon Construction Group Inc. v. The Queen, Justice Angers of the Tax Court of Canada adopted a practical and sensible approach to the problem of an expert witness potentially being conflicted out of a tax appeal because of ...
Proposed tip-out ban gets mixed reviews in region
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Supreme Court to hear argument against new trial...
OTTAWA - The Supreme Court of Canada will hear the case of a Cambridge man who was acquitted of first-degree murder after a witness who originally implicated him in the fatal shooting recanted his signed statement.
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New Bridge Spans No. 1 Border for World Trade
Sales to the U.S. by Linamar Corp., a parts maker based in Guelph, Ontario, increased 29 percent last year to C$188 million.
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BID bumped until Fall, Council agrees on budget
After a lengthy public hearing, Asheville City Council voted 6-0 to delay a vote on the controversial Business Improvement District proposal until Sept.
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