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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, ...
Recovery picks up for auto parts suppliers
But the industry pulled back from the brink, staging a slow-but-steady comeback that has helped lift Canada's biggest listed parts suppliers: Magna International Inc., Linamar Corp. and Martinrea International Inc. Magna shares have more than tripled ...
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Target brings fixed fee arrangement system to Canada
... negotiated blended rates per province with the one large law firm, along with fixed fee arrangements for employment and human rights cases and employment standards claims and workers comp,� he said at the Association of Corporate Counsel Ontario ...
Reincarnation for the legal bully-savant
Ask most corporate clients, and you will hear that the gunslinger model of the lawyer is no longer in favour. Indeed, in consumer law, few Canadians can afford a contest between legal eagles.
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.
Business without Borders: Trade between emerging markets is increasing
Canadian auto component manufacturing corporations such as Magna International, Martinrea and Linamar boast vast operations and trade networks around the globe.
Canadian Solar closes deal to develop 16 Ontario...
GUELPH - Canadian Solar has finalized a $185 million deal with a U.S.-owned solar power company that could lead to hundreds of jobs being created in Ontario.
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Haunted man's 'worst ever' valedictory speech...
Regrets? Filmmaker Christopher Richardson has had a few, but the greatest was his 1987 valedictory speech to the University of King's College in Halifax.
Mosque returns most of board despite feud
Detractors allege the charitable corporation has worked with Uzbeks of Central Asian origin in the congregation to take control and in recent years push out Pashtuns and others from the Afghanistan-Pakistan-Iran region, a claim the mosque board rejects ...