Boeing says its trade complaint against Bombardier is designed to prevent the Montreal-based rival from using subsidies to build a larger version of the CSeries plane that would directly compete with its own flagship narrowbody 737 aircraft.
Ontario is raising the minimum paid vacation from two weeks annually to three for all workers with five or more years at the same job, says Wynne.
The world's largest rubber duck is on a six-city tour to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, ending in Brockville Aug. 10-13.
The offshore oil industry in Newfoundland and Labrador has received a big boost, with Husky Energy announcing it will build a new fixed wellhead platform and confirming it has discovered more oil in the White Rose field.
CALGARY - Canada's three most westerly provinces will lead the country in real GDP growth this year as a result of increasing oil production and rising housing prices, the Conference Board of Canada predicts.