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A producing firm says it is shedding staff in Ontario in response to U.S. tariffs on Canadian metal and aluminum.

A spokesman for Tenaris, which manufactures seamless metal pipes, says 40 staff on the firm’s mill in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., shall be laid off on Sunday as a result of adjustments within the export market.

David McHattie says the staff have been employed on the northern Ontario mill to assist with elevated demand for the corporate’s merchandise, together with metal pipes.

However months later, the Trump administration imposed a 25 per cent tariff on metal and a 10 per cent tariff on aluminum, which Tenaris says has created an “unsustainable” market.

The corporate has operations all over the world and says the market stays unsure because the commerce dispute between the USA and Canada continues.

The layoffs come the identical day Canada’s retaliatory tariffs on American items come into impact.

No toilet, no lights – headlights workers will be issued to National Defence

“Without electricity, fire alarm and suppression system does not work, but it is also almost impossible, there will be an electrical fire,” a Canadian Forces officer told staff in an email. The workers on the 11th floor will not have access to water or …
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Jose Osano at the Foothills Medical Centre, where he was undergoing treatment for a stroke in February 2015. Osano hoped to become a permanent resident of Canada through the current Nominee Program Alberta Immigrant oriented employers, but its & amp; nbsp; …
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