Canadian workers in non-union jobs can expect 'muted" wage hikes next year, with the lowest increases going to workers in Alberta and in the oil and gas industry, the Conference Board of Canada said Wednesday in a new report.
Atlantic Canada's four auditors general issued a blistering review of operations at the Atlantic Lottery Corp., raising concerns about poor decision making, lavish spending and instances of self regulation that at times became self serving.
The National Energy Board has downgraded its long-term outlook for oil prices and Canadian production in the face of lower global industry costs and stricter environmental regulations.
Winnipeg developers and their allies warned the city of impending legal action as they implored elected officials not to vote in favour of Mayor Brian Bowman's growth-fee plan today.
Aboriginal and environmental groups plan to file lawsuits on Thursday against the government of Canada to overturn the permit for a controversial $27-billion liquefied natural gas (LNG) project in British Columbia, representatives of the groups said.