Ontario expands HOT lanes pilot to Highways 403 and 410
The Ontario government is proposing to expand the High…
TK Elevator Canada opens Toronto South branch
TK Elevator Canada has opened a new branch, its…
New recruiting network exclusive to manufacturing
A new recruiting network has been launched targeted specifically…
Why Lack of Communication is the #1 Killer of Employee Performance
For many CEOs and executives nowadays, communication is by far their greatest challenge. That is not to say they are not good communicators. Quite the contrary, in fact.
Demo Days is now live, featuring videos for manufacturing decision makers to keep on top of market trends
Annex Business Media’s manufacturing network has launched its one-of-a-kind…
Federal funding provided to Saskatchewan companies
Mélanie Joly, Minister, Economic Development and Official Languages, announced $11,513,951 for 11…
Junior Achievement leads careers program for students
Junior Achievement (JA) is leading a program for over…
Communicating Effectively When Everyone is Zoomed Out
Recent events have increased adoption of technology to communicate by using virtual meetings.
Increase in manufacturing jobs: report
Employment in Canada increased by 351,300 jobs from March…
John Deere assists India in fight against COVID-19
John Deere announced commitments of over US$2.7 million to provide urgent…
IHS Markit: “Robust growth in manufacturing production sustained in April”
April data signalled an overall expansion in operating conditions…
XCMG makes global top three on KHL’s Yellow Table 2021
With an annual revenue of $15.1 billion, Chinese construction machinery…
Ace cranes for Cape Canaveral project
Ace World Companies has installed two 250-ton capacity cranes,…
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Salary information, which is kept confidential, helps to compare manufacturing wages to industry averages.
Great Plains fibreboard plant won’t be built in Stettler
While a major medium density fibreboard (MDF) plant won’t…
A look at new restrictions under Ontario’s stay at home order
(CP) TORONTO – Ontario has declared a state of…
B.C.’s top doctor limits staff increases at five industrial worksites
VICTORIA – Thousands of workers who would normally return…
Mayors, construction industry, call on Ontario, feds for infrastructure money
They say the global health crisis has created revenue shortfalls that will prevent them from work on infrastructure.
NS residents concerned over dusty cement plant emissions
Sudden plant shutdown resulted in a discharge of dust that drifted over neighbourhoods and coated cars.
Ballard launches high-power density fuel cell stack for vehicle propulsion
For use in bus, rail, marine, mining, construction and aerospace vehicles, plus stationary power applications.
Feds earmark $3.3B for provinces, territories for COVID-19 infrastructure
The feds are envisioning the money will be used to retrofit schools, hospitals and long-term care facilities to better limit the spread of COVID-19
SNC-Lavalin to restructure resources business to be profitable next year
The turn away from resources will reduce that segment’s operations to nine countries from 30
SNC-Lavalin sells South African Resources business
The South African Resource business has around 1,800 employees, and primarily services construction and site maintenance clients
Wooden skyscrapers could trap carbon emissions, transform construction
Tall wooden buildings is an opportunity for sustainable economic growth, but challenges remain.
Nexii is building three new green construction plants
Production facilities in Toronto, Alberta and Hazelton, Pa. will create 450 jobs.
Ontario invests $10M to support road and highway projects
Additional funding supports road and highway projects in municipalities across the province
Génius Conseil to pay $300K in Québec bid-rigging settlement
Competition Bureau continues its investigations of infrastructure contracts in Québec.
Trump seeks to scale back environmental reviews for projects
Latest efforts to emphasize reduced regulatory burdens on businesses over the environment and public health.
Quebec fast tracking major projects to stimulate economy
Bill 61 to make the government “more agile” getting major construction projects underway.
Former SNC-Lavalin CEO made $7M in 2019, despite stepping down in June
Former CEO Neil Bruce received a base salary of $1.3 million, according to SNC Lavalin’s proxy circular
Liberals asked to help cover overruns on projects delayed by COVID-19
Pandemic-related delays on projects will inevitably lead to cost overruns that cities and construction firms could struggle to cover.
Feds chronically underspending on MRO for defence infrastructure
Defence department is supposed to invest 1.4% of the replacement value but hasn’t hit that target since 2010.