Category: CP

Jul 4

Rogers launches voluntary departure program to eliminate ‘overlap’ after Shaw merger

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article: The Canadian Press Sammy Hudes Published Jul 04, 2023  •  2 minute read Join the conversation Rogers Communications Inc. is offering voluntary departure packages to certain employees as it moves combines with Shaw Communications Inc. following its $26-billion purchase of the carrier in April. Rogers and […]
Jun 20

IMF applauds Canada’s climate action, warns of ‘race to the bottom’ with subsidies

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article: The Canadian Press Nojoud Al Mallees Published Jun 20, 2023  •  2 minute read Join the conversation The International Monetary Fund is crediting Canada for its “multipronged” approach to addressing climate change, but is warning that its green subsidies could stoke an international race to the […]
Jun 20

Canada’s oil output would plummet by 2050 in a net-zero world, new modelling shows (0621 Canada-Energy-Future, CP, 611 words, Business, National, Oil&Gas, Environment, B, G, 06/20/23 02:20 PM)

Share this Story: Canada’s oil output would plummet by 2050 in a net-zero world, new modelling shows (0621 Canada-Energy-Future, CP, 611 words, Business, National, Oil&Gas, Environment, B, G, 06/20/23 02:20 PM) Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Energy PMN Business Author of the article: The Canadian Press Amanda Stephenson Published Jun 20, 2023  •  3 minute read […]
Jun 18

‘I didn’t have the energy to be upset’: Entrepreneurs struggle with parental leave

Breadcrumb Trail Links PMN Business Author of the article: The Canadian Press Tara Deschamps Published Jun 18, 2023  •  6 minute read Join the conversation Article content TORONTO — For as long as she has worked, Marie Chevrier Schwartz has paid into Canada’s Employment Insurance program. Yet when she eventually needed to collect the benefit, […]
Jun 6

Construction companies say digital technology key to addressing labour shortages

Article content TORONTO — Nine in 10 Canadian construction companies say they are dealing with a shortage of skilled labour or trades — and it’s affecting their ability to bid on projects and meet deadlines amid unprecedented demand. Article content The industry widely views digital technology as a solution to addressing those shortages, according to […]