Why the chemical industry is so bullish on Canada

A recent study by researchers at the University of Toronto found that in 2015, the chemical sector generated $6.8 billion in revenue for Canada.

That’s up by $1.9 billion from 2014.

That includes revenue from exports and new research and development (R&D) investments.

It also includes new job opportunities and new technology.

As Canada’s new prime minister, Justin Trudeau will need to ensure that the industry can generate a lot more of the same if it wants to attract investors and retain its jobs.

But what’s also important to remember is that Canada’s chemical sector is not the only one with a bright future.

The Canadian auto industry is looking forward to a brighter future as the country embarks on its green economy.

It has already set a goal of having all its vehicles produced in zero-emission vehicles by 2025, while the auto industry in Canada is also expected to grow by an average of 1.5 per cent each year over the next 15 years.

The auto industry, which has grown by around 2.6 per cent annually since 2005, will continue to do so as it takes advantage of cleaner vehicles and the technology needed to make them.

The industry has also been in a bit of a slump over the past few years, with sales declining by 3.9 per cent in the last year alone.

And the fact that Canada has one of the highest auto-parts prices in the world makes it all the more important that the automotive sector can maintain a positive outlook.

The automotive industry is not only the fastest-growing in Canada, it is also the biggest employer in the country.

With the growth of this industry, it will continue producing the vehicles we all love, which will help the economy.

But there is one important thing to remember: the auto-sector has not been in the best of economic times for many years.

Many companies have lost millions in market share and many have lost jobs.

The current downturn has also led to a huge drop in the number of people participating in the Canadian economy.

So, while it’s good to see that many businesses are thriving, it’s also worth noting that many of them are in a downward spiral.

In order to sustain their growth, many companies have to do some things that have never been done before.

The car industry has been a major beneficiary of this.

While many of these new cars have become popular in countries like the US, there are still some cars that were created by the auto companies themselves.

In the United States, Ford and General Motors have been pushing to bring back their iconic American-made Ford Mustangs to Canada, but the process has been slow.

They are currently trying to bring some of their old cars back to the United Kingdom.

Canada is looking at bringing back the original Chrysler, GM, and Plymouth brand cars.

But these cars are already in the scrap heap of history.

In Canada, there have been a lot of companies that have tried to bring their old designs back into production, but they haven’t been able to find buyers willing to pay a premium for them.

That is one of many reasons why Canada is trying to revive its auto-industry.

A good example of this is the electric-vehicle company, Tesla Motors, which is now in the process of bringing its electric cars to Canada.

This is a very exciting time in the auto sector as the Canadian auto sector is entering a period of economic transition.

The manufacturing industry is also starting to show signs of life.

While the auto industries growth is slowing, there is a lot to be excited about in Canada.

In fact, Canada is poised to be the world’s largest car market by 2020.

That means that a lot will be happening in the automotive industry over the coming years.

We will be seeing new car models that will not only be affordable for consumers, but also make a strong mark on the market.

And that is something the industry needs to be very proud of.

As we approach the end of the Canadian election campaign, it would be nice to see a few announcements that will help propel Canada into a new economic and social era.

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