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BMO chief economist Doug Porter says he believes the federal government can still balance the books "because they do have control on spending. The...
Jul 31, 2015 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

No one knows for sure when economy will rebound, says BMO economist

Les Whittington

BMO chief economist Doug Porter discusses when we can expect the economy to grow again

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Business | Jul 31, 2015

Canadian economy careens toward recession as election looms

The likelihood that Canada has fallen into a recession deepened Friday with news of below-zero growth for the fifth...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Les Whittington
Business | Jul 31, 2015
Toyota announcement

Toyota’s $421-million investment bodes well for future of local plants

A $421-million investment in “state of the art” technology for Toyota’s plants in Cambridge and Woodstock shows the...

Waterloo Region Record
Business | Jul 31, 2015

'Sour result' as economy continues decline

Statistics Canada to release GDP figures for May amid growing recession talk

Business | Jul 31, 2015

Energy East price tag rising: TransCanada

Energy East pipeline will cost more than $12 billion, TransCanada says

Business | Jul 31, 2015
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Ontario, Ottawa helping Toyota expansion

Ontario and Ottawa putting up $100M for Toyota expansion in southern Ontario

Business | Jul 31, 2015
Toyota Lexus

Cambridge expansion? Multimillion dollar funding announcement expected for Toyota Lexus production

The federal and provincial governments are making a major funding announcement at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada on...

Waterloo Region Record | by Rose Simone
Jul 31, 2015

Ontario, Ottawa helping Toyota expansion

Ontario and Ottawa putting up $100M for Toyota expansion in southern Ontario

Jul 31, 2015

New $12-million air cargo terminal opens in Hamilton

Facility expected to open new lines of business.

Hamilton Spectator | 6 Comments | by Steve Arnold
Jul 31, 2015

Canadians less satisfied with banks: survey

Customers unhappy with increased fees, service lags

OurWindsor.Ca | 2 Comments | by Manisha Krishnan
Jul 30, 2015

Cenovus to cut 300 to 400 more jobs this year

Oilpatch pain persists as Cenovus to cut 300 to 400 more jobs this year

Jul 30, 2015

Suncor trimming capital spending by $400M

Suncor Energy trimming capital spending by a further $400 million

Jul 30, 2015

Futures point to lower open for U.S. markets

Futures market suggests U.S. markets set to slid when trading starts

Jul 30, 2015

Cenovus looking to cut jobs, reduced dividend

Cenovus Energy looking to cut jobs, slashing dividend by 40 per cent

Jul 29, 2015

Super Bowl ads to stream online for first time

CBS intends to sell advertisers joint package of TV spots and online ads for Super Bowl 50

OurWindsor.Ca | 1 Comment | by David Bateman
Jul 29, 2015

Microsoft debuts Windows 10: Why it's being given away free

Microsoft launches new Windows 10, hoping for better reception than its last release

Jul 28, 2015

Drones should get their own airspace, says Amazon

The company predicts that in the next decade, drone flights will vastly outnumber commercial, cargo, military, and general...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robin Levinson King

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