Security bottlenecks snarl U.S.-Canada trade
The Canada-U.S. border stretches a full 8,891 km (5,525 miles), touches three oceans and is a crossing point for a trading relationship worth C$1.6 billion ($1.4 billion) a day.
Canadas Dollar Falls Sixth Straight Day as Commodities Decline
March 5 (Bloomberg) -- Canadas dollar fell for a sixth straight day, the longest losing streak since July, on speculation the global economy will slow and demand for the nations commodity exports will drop.
Canadas Dollar Drops as Commodities Decline on Global Selloff
March 5 (Bloomberg) -- Canadas dollar fell for a sixth straight day, the longest losing streak since July, on speculation the global economy will slow and demand for the nations commodity exports will decline.
Kinder Morgan unloads Canada pipeline to Inter Pipeline
Kinder Morgan Inc. has sold shares of the Corridor Pipeline System to Inter Pipeline Fund of Canada for about $644.4 million .
Canadas Dollar Drops as Commodities Decline on Global Sell-off
March 5 (Bloomberg) -- Canadas dollar fell to the lowest in more than three weeks on speculation the global economy will slow and reduce demand for the nations commodity exports.
U.S. senators urge Canada to get tough on
Canada needs to get tough on illegal videotaping of movies, two U.S. senators told the Canadas prime minister.
U.S. lumber industry irked by Canada lumber supports
The U.S. lumber industry on Monday urged government officials to ensure Canadian provinces respect a pact on softwood lumber trade, just months after the two countries heralded the deal to end a long-running dispute.
New president for Griffin Canada
CANADA: Griffin Laboratories Canada has named Chris Savage its new president. Chris Savage has been named president of Alsip, Illinois-based Griffin Laboratories Canada, effective 29 January 2007.
Little Falls avenges loss by beating West Canada
SYRACUSE - Little Falls Pam Munger and her team finally found a way to beat West Canada Valley. Play West Canada Valley basketball.
Arcelor Mittal will hold tomorrow its first worldwide health and safety day since its merger to create the worlds largest and most global steel company. Mittal Canada, like hundreds of other plants and operations around the world, will participate in this internal effort to promote occupational health and safety as the number one operational priority for every staff member.