With $390 billion in trade at stake, Premier Ford met with manufacturing trade partners; says steel and aluminum tariffs hurt the U.S. more than Canada

Ontario is the number one trading partner for nineteen U.S. states and number two for nine others. In 2017, “two-way merchandise trade between Ontario and the U.S. totalled CAD$390 billion …

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GM restructuring goes forward with agressive job cuts in Ontario designed to save billions of dollars — at the same time they recruit new hires?

The “billions of dollars in cost-cutting” at GM angered employees and dependent auto parts industries, at the same time investors and the stock market celebrated. This restructuring, unlike previous ones, …

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