Canadian Business. 10/15/2001, Vol. 74 Issue 19, p9. 1/4p.
BUSINESS, LOGGING, TECHNOLOGY, and RETAIL franchises
Presents news briefs relating to business in Canada as of October 15, 2001. Question of whether Canada's logging practices justify imposing a countervailing duty in the United States; Plans for the Government Technology Exhibition to discuss ways to improve government operations in Canada; Mention of the Canadian Franchise Association's show at the Toronto Congress Center.
Canadian Business. 10/1/2001, Vol. 74 Issue 18, p13. 1/4p.
BUSINESS and VOYAGES & travels
Presents news briefs relating to business in Canada as of October 1, 2001. Opportunity for people in Calgary, Alberta to dine with former United States President Bill Clinton; Mention of the Wireless Vision Congress where Jean Monty will speak; How International Trade Minister Pierre Pettigrew will lead a trade mission of politicians and business leaders to India.
Presents world business news for October 26, 1998. The Toronto Stock Exchange to become a for-profit, publicly owned company; General Motors Corp.'s third quarter losses; Attempts to liberalize international investment rules through the controversial Multilateral Agreement on Investment; The United States' Congress vote to provide more financial support to the International Monetary Fund.
A calendar of events related to business in the U.S. and Canada from August 16 to 20, 2010 is presented which includes the Housing Finance conference in Washington, D.C., the Sorghum for Biofuels conference in Houston, Texas and the Grow 2010 technology conference in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Canadian Business. 12/29/2003, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p16-16. 1/3p. 2 Color Photographs.
BUSINESS, CONFERENCES & conventions, INFORMATION society, AUTOMOBILES, BUSINESS enterprises, and POSTAGE stamps
Presents a calendar of business events in Canada and around the world. Creation of a Conservative Party in Canada in December; World Summit on the Information Society in Geneva; 2004 International Auto Show to unveil future cars in Detroit; Boost in Canadian stamp prices.