Proposed changes to U.S. meat labelling laws are unsatisfactory and continue to discriminate against Canadian beef and hog producers, Ottawa says, raising the spectre of retaliatory action from the federal government.
SNC-Lavalin, Canada's flagship engineering company, had once hoped to persuade Ottawa officials to let a Libyan dictator's son come to Canada as a temporary foreign worker, newly unsealed court documents show.
Mobilicity's bond holders are hedging their bets by giving their blessing to a $380-million acquisition deal by Telus Corp., while postponing a separate vote on a back-up plan should the federal government end up killing the controversial deal.
Metro Vancouver's port authority says it is taking the proper steps to ensure public safety in the Lower Mainland, as environmental groups accuse it of abandoning its responsibility by allowing a company to hold public consultations on a coal port project.
TransCanada Corp. (TRP) won another of the remaining Texas state-court challenges by landowners trying to block construction of the Keystone XL tar-sands pipeline across their property.