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Kraft Heinz to restate some financial statements after investigation

May 6, 2019

Kraft Heinz Co will restate financial reports for certain periods to fix errors that resulted from lapses in its procurement practices by some employees, the packaged food company said in a filing on Monday. The company also told Reuters it

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SNC Lavalin pulling out of 15 countries

May 3, 2019

SNC-Lavalin Group Inc is exiting operations in 15 countries, the Canadian company said on Thursday, after posting a surprise quarterly loss in its engineering and construction unit that pushed its shares to a decade low. The company, which is already

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Swiss Railways plans to put more Bombardier trains into service

May 1, 2019

Swiss Federal Railways (SBB) and Bombardier are making progress on resolving technical problems with passenger trains the Swiss have ordered and could put five more of them into service within weeks, the partners told Reuters. SBB said in February that

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Toyota to build luxury vehicle at Cambridge plant

May 1, 2019

Toyota Motor Corp will build its Lexus NX luxury crossover vehicle at a Canadian plant starting in 2022, the company said, a decision that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said demonstrated the value of the country’s international trade agreements. According to

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Cheese processor gets a slice of federal funding

April 30, 2019

Ottawa has announced an investment of up to $1.5 million under the Dairy Processing Investment Fund to St-Albert Cheese Co-operative. The funding – announced by the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau while visiting the Cheese Factory Co-op – will be used to

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Energy efficiency sector to add 36,000 jobs: report

April 30, 2019

Canada’s energy efficiency goods and services sector directly employed an estimated 436,000 permanent workers in 2018 and is poised to grow by 8.3 per cent this year, creating over 36,000 jobs, according to a new report. “Energy efficiency is key

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CETA deal with Canada in line with EU law, European court rules

April 30, 2019

The EU-Canada free-trade agreement’s provisions to protect investors do not breach EU law, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled on Tuesday in a major relief for proponents of the deal that came into force in 2017. The ECJ’s judges

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Winnipeg manufacturer wins aerospace engine frame contract

April 29, 2019

Magellan Aerospace Corporation today announced agreements with an undisclosed customer for the supply of complex fabricated engine front frames for a commercial platform, to be manufactured at its Winnipeg, Man. facility. “This competitively won business speaks to the reputation that

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Halal Monitoring Authority looks to simplify certification process

April 29, 2019

The Halal Monitoring Authority (HMA) is looking to standardize and simplify halal certification Canada, citing a 10 per cent growth in the consumer market. “We’ve worked with mom and pop shops all the way up to large-scale suppliers and CPG brands

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Safety campaign kicks off for pulp, paper, graphical and packaging sectors

April 28, 2019

Workers in the pulp, paper, graphical and packaging sectors, represented globally by IndustriALL Global Union and UNI, are using this 2019 Workers Memorial Day to kick off a year-long campaign centred on worker rights. “We invite the global pulp, paper