The federal telecom regulator wants to ensure Canadians benefit from a �fair and competitive� market for wireless services because smartphones are fast becoming indispensable for both consumers and businesses.
TORONTO -- Ontario's Liberals are handing $220 million to high-tech giant Cisco Canada over the next decade in an effort to create jobs in the province, amid a rash of pending plant closures by companies that received government subsidies.
By Randall Palmer. OTTAWA Dec 13 (Reuters) - Canada is considering classifying crude oil as a higher-risk, dangerous product requiring emergency response plans for shipment by rail following a train accident that leveled the heart of a Quebec town in July, ...
The Oct. 25, 2011 file photo shows the entrance of a Novartis production site in Nyon, Switzerland. AP Photo/Keystone, Dominic Favre.
OTTAWA - A federal ban on inefficient light bulbs goes into effect Jan. 1, 2014, almost seven years after it was announced with fanfare by a then-rookie Conservative government.