Canada’s Best Jobs: Construction Manager - Canadian Business

Posted June 2017

Canada Business provides a definitive ranking of Canada’s Best Jobs for 2017. Using their proprietary formula, they use publicly available data from Statistics Canada and Employment & Social Development Canada to rank the jobs with the highest salaries, strongest job growth, and best long-term hiring momentum. Construction Manager is listed as one of the top 25 best jobs in Canada for 2017.

Construction to begin June for Canadian Manufacturer - My Dayton Daily News

Posted June 2017

Another foreign transplant auto parts producer is about to make the Dayton area its home. Guelph, Ontario-based plastics producer Hematite’s new plant off Lau Parkway in Englewood will be the Canadian company’s U.S. headquarters, and the company expects sales growth from the site of $10 million to $28 million over three years.

Energy lifts Canadian market higher - Canadian Inquirer

Posted June 2017

Canada’s main market closed ahead on Wednesday, as energy stocks led the way after crude oil closed at a one-week high. Toronto Stock Exchange’s benchmark Standard & Poor’s/TSX Composite rose 64.01 points, or 0.41 percent to finish the session at 15,633.21 points. Eight of the ten sub-groups ended the day higher. The energy group was by far and away the biggest gainer on the day.

Will Canada become a big player in Africa's energy sector? - Discourse Media

Posted June 2017

Reporter Richard Poplak checked out African Utility Week to explore Canada's connection on the continent. Read about Canada’s role in energy access across sub-Saharan Africa.

Suncor plans to build new oil sands project in Canada -

Posted June 2017

Suncor Energy (TSX, NYSE:SU), Canada's largest oil and gas producer, is hoping to start building a new oil sands project later in Alberta this year, which would have an estimated production of up 160,000 barrels a day.
While the firm hasn’t officially sanctioned the Lewis project, located about 25 km northeast of Fort McMurray, it expects construction to begin in 2024, according to information posted in Suncor’s website.

Energy Export Surge Carries Canada to Repeat Trade Surplus - Bloomberg

Posted March 2017

Canada posted a positive trade balance for the second month in December -- the first back-to-back surpluses in more than two years -- as the country benefits from rising oil prices.

The surplus of C$923 million ($700 million) in December follows the revised C$1 billion November reading, the federal statistics agency reported Tuesday from Ottawa. Energy-product exports jumped 16 percent on rising prices, the biggest monthly gain since 2010, helping offset a decline in shipments of manufactured goods.