TORONTO, Ontario -- The latest survey by Manpower Inc. found that Canadian employers expect hiring practices in the first quarter of 2014 to remain stable compared to a year ago.
It's cash designed to drive innovation in manufacturing and to use that innovation to create jobs. Ottawa has created the Advanced Manufacturing fund, which will provide $200 million over the next five years to Ontario businesses.
Canadian Oil Sands Ltd. has picked a replacement for outgoing CEO Marcel Coutu. Ryan Kubik, a 20-year industry veteran who has been the company's chief financial officer since 2007, will become the new top executive when Coutu retires in the new year.
Canada's top 1 per cent of earners took home 10.6 per cent of the country's income in 2011, a share that plateaued from a year earlier but remains higher than in recent decades.
Employees at the province's biggest power utility receive pensions that are unusually generous by public-sector standards, Ontario's Auditor-General is set to reveal as part of a critical look at how the Crown corporation conducts business.