Claim that deal had national security review isn't quite right.
Opposition politicians say the Liberals are ignoring national security in pushing for Chinese investment.
"The digital divide is unacceptable."
What the government might have to say on executive salaries doesn't matter, he said.
Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains feels he has even more to offer top-notch workers who might consider a move from the United States.
Over the next four years.
They know a thing or two about breaking loose on the dance floor.
Looks like money traders still see the loonie as a petro-currency.
"Ideology will no longer trump good quality data."
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"We want to send a clear signal that diversity is important."
An aging workforce means we need young blood.
It's the second wave of job cuts for the company this year.
Navdeep Bains says newcomers create jobs in Canada.
"We want to be a partner."
Stephane Dion and Navdeep Bains' staff will repay thousands.
Liberals pledged to make the agency more independent.
Young Sahana Khatri penned a letter on why she'd be the perfect candidate for Canadian Space Agency's call for astronauts. And she heard back.
"Our fundamental goal is to increase the number of good paying jobs and opportunities here."
In the hit movie The Martian Matt Damon's character, astronaut Mark Watney, is left in the dust of Mars alone to survive. He realizes that to live, "I'm going to have to science the sh*t out of this." There are some lessons in there for the Trudeau government as they conduct their consultations on Canada's wait-and-see innovation budget.
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"A mission like this makes Canada much bigger."
Bell's buyout of MTS will be good for consumers, study argues.
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Simply put, sports has a way of connecting people. When you throw on your team colours, you're no longer a Sikh, Jew, Christian, White, or Black. You're simply a fan. And the only thing that matters in that moment is realizing the dream of seeing your team lift up the trophy one day and host a parade on your home streets.
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More cynical commentators in Ottawa dismissed the newly minted Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister of Science portfolios as a simple rebrand of pre-existing cabinet posts. In some ways, that was an understandable reaction. After all the new Liberal government was widely criticized by opposition parties for being heavy on style and light on substance.
Bombardier reportedly plans to move Canadian jobs to China and Mexico.
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The manufacturing sector employs 1.7 million Canadians.
The CRTC's rules were designed to allow independent ISPs to sell blazing-fast fibre Internet services to customers in the marketplace. Experts believe that will help make fibre available to millions of Canadians who would otherwise could not afford these important but very expensive services.
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Navdeep Bains spoke this morning with Mary Barra, CEO of the General Motors Company, just before she had a closed-door meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
I am hopeful that the new Trudeau government will make good on their promise to listen to diverse voices and make evidence based policy decisions. If so, they will overcome the social structural flaw of innovation and reconsider their campaign promises to dump $200-million per year more into government led hubs and clusters.We can do better, with a combination of a true tax credit that enables angel investors to write off losses and make more small investments faster. This will keep investment decisions decentralized, in the hands of investors, instead of government gatekeepers.
LONGUEUIL, Que. — The federal economic development minister says he is continuing to examine the request for financial aid from struggling aerospace giant Bombardier Inc. Navdeep Bains spoke to report...
"I was told to answer neither, to leave the question blank."