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Canada's federal industry minister says the Canadian Auto Workers union must make concessions of as much as $19 per hour to save two carmakers. In an interview with the Globe and Mail in Ottawa, Tony Clement said time was running out to save the Canadian divisions of Chrysler and General Motors from bankruptcy. We're coming down to the point where we need everybody to realize the dire situation facing the companies, Clement said. Clement said in a discussion with Fiat Chief Executive Sergio...
The Canadian government is putting up $185.3 million to back warranties of new Chrysler and General Motors vehicles in case the companies go bankrupt. Industry Minister Tony Clement announced in Ottawa the fund would back vehicles sold after Tuesday and last throughout the troubled companies' restructuring period, Sun Media reported. He said the new Canadian Warranty Commitment Program was a bid to bolster consumer confidence. It will help consumers know that when they ...
Canadian Industry Minister Tony Clement says there will be no financial aid for struggling automakers until the U.S.
Individuals living in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside will benefit from two new treatment services thanks to an investment by the Government of Canada. The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Health, and the Honourable George Abbott, B.C.
The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Health announced today that the Government's funding commitment to the Canadian Mental Health Commission is now confirmed at $130 million over its 10-year mandate.
The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Health, today announced the appointment of John A. Vander Doelen to the Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission (HMIRC) for a three-year term. "I am confident that Mr.
The Honourable Tony Clement, Canada's Minister of Health will attend the XVII International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2008) in Mexico City from August 4-6, 2008. Minister Clement will be available for media and photo opportunities at the following events.
The Honourable Tony Clement, Minister of Health, today announced increased protection for Canadians with food allergies by introducing new labelling requirements for food allergens, gluten sources and added sulphites contained in prepackaged foods.
Laurie Hawn, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre, on behalf of the Honourable Tony Clement, Federal Minister of Health, will make an important renewed funding announcement over the next five years, to the Canadian Patient Safety Institute (CPSI). Date: July 2, 2008 Time: 9:00 a.m.
By Sheryl Ubelacker, Health Reporter, THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO - The federal government is investing more than $100 million into cancer stem cell research in partnership with California, Health Minister Tony Clement said Wednesday.