OTTAWA — Provincial governments are being told the first phase of the Liberal infrastructure program will cover the cost of new projects, as long as they are completed in three years.
The message is contained in letters from federal Infrastructure Minister Amarjeet Sohi to his provincial counterparts to be made public today . READ
Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci is taking the province's latest budget on a get-to-know you visit with investors and credit-rating agencies. READ
Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's pleas to the federal cabinet to give the province a pipeline and enrich employment insurance seem to be gaining little traction. READ
Alberta is closing its arm's-length environmental monitoring agency and moving its work back into government after a critical report. READ
It may be possible for TransCanada Corp. to build the most urgently needed leg of its delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline as early as next year, an executive with the pipeline giant said Wednesday. READ
Looking for a good place to work? You might want to send your resume to Agriculture Financial Services Corporation. READ
MONTREAL — Many Pratt & Whitney Canada employees were disappointed but not entirely surprised to learn Wednesday the Quebec-based aircraft-engine manufacturer will lay off as many as 1,000 people worldwide over the coming months. READ