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Ottawa is spending $1.7M for 10 new jobs at a pasta plant. Are these corporate subsidies worth it? | CBC News

When the federal government said earlier this week its investment of $1.7 million in a Brampton, Ont., pasta plant would create 10 jobs, some questioned whether that taxpayer money...

Ottawa under fire over not compelling companies to ask unions before hiring temporary foreign workers

Open this photo in gallery:Canadian jobs are being lost to temporary foreign workers because of a decision years ago by the federal government to...

How Canada’s recruitment of foreign students failed to match labour market needs | CBC News

Canada's recruitment of international students has tilted strongly toward filling spots in business programs, while doing little to meet the demand for workers in...

Ottawa’s $8B climate fund failing to attract largest emitters, watchdog says | CBC News

One of the biggest government initiatives to encourage manufacturers to decarbonize is failing to attract the largest emitters, says Ottawa's environmental watchdog.The government's $8...

Worried about foreign workers, Conservatives demand details of $15B Honda EV deal | CBC News

Conservative MPs are pushing Ottawa to release details of its agreement with Honda Canada to build a sprawling electric vehicle operation in southern Ontario —...

Ottawa wants to find how much plastic producers are making, and where it ends up | CBC News

Plastic producers will be required to detail the quantity and type of plastic they put into the Canadian market under new rules announced Monday.The...

Sask. government balks at strings attached to new federal infrastructure funding | CBC News

Saskatchewan's provincial government is accusing Ottawa of overstepping its jurisdiction by tying new federal infrastructure funding to housing requirements the province says don't meet...

Minister confident Ottawa’s funding for P.E.I. road upgrades will continue | CBC News

P.E.I.'s transportation and infrastructure minister said he's been assured that federal funding for road improvements will continue on the Island following controversial comments from Canada's...

Elite tennis academy set for Clarence-Rockland | CBC News

Clarence-Rockland, Ont., could soon be home to what's being described as a "world-class" academy for budding tennis stars.Last week, council in the city just...

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