TORONTO — Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week:
Bombardier’s no good, very bad week After having its CSeries jets slapped with a 219 per cent duty by the U.S. Commerce Department on Tuesday, Bombardier says it expects a large anti-dumping duty to be announced next week.
End in sight to the CAMI dispute? After “constructive” talks in Detroit last week, Unifor Local 88 president Dan Borthwick said GM negotiators understood the union's position and committed to providing a response.
Happy anniversary! OSFI turns 30 years old this year and Superintendent of the Office of Financial Institutions Canada Jeremy Rudin will speak to the Economic Club of Canada in Toronto Tuesday to outline the role of Canada’s prudential regulator.
What’s next for BoC? Deputy Governor Sylvain Leduc of the Bank of Canada will speak Tuesday at the Chambre de commerce de Sherbrooke.
Latest labour stats Statistics Canada will release the labour force survey for September on Friday.
The Canadian Press