Associate Editor of PLANT, Canada’s largest industrial magazine dedicated to advancing Canadian manufacturing.
Program designed to help businesses mitigate cybersecurity risks.
Closure blamed on “dramatic” changes in global wind market, presenting increased competition and cost pressures.
E-PACE production is expected to begin in Q4.
Penalties to the three suppliers total $11 million.
Insane tire technologies compiled by Futurism that could alter how people get around.
Unifor president Jerry Dias says the unions “will not allow trade to pit worker against worker.”
Sustainable bonding-agents replace petroleum-based products.
Canada leads in cleantech academic research, but has struggled with turning that research into market-ready technologies.
University will host certification program that will combine with a Siemens PLM Software grant.
Federal investment will be used to purchase equipment that will extend the shelf-life of the company’s cold-pressed organic juices.
Agreement includes wage increases for production and skilled trades workers, pension increases and a fold in cost of living allowance.
Despite a commitment to accelerate growth, Canada’s cleantech sector is awash in red ink.
The gap is narrowing as net per-person debt converges with Ontario’s.
57-year old Jim Macleod had worked at the mill for 37 years, and was an active member of the local Unifor union.
Armoires Fabritec expects $50 million upgrading project to create up to 530 jobs over five years.