Trillium Network platform provides Ontario advanced manufacturing info
More than 6,000 facilities, ranging from automotive and aerospace to craft breweries and wineries.
May be no need for Trans Mountain expansion: Canada Energy Regulator
Under an evolving scenario, Line 3 alone is enough added capacity to handle an 15% increase before peaking in 2039.
Imperial Oil to end Syncrude services contract as Suncor takes over
Switching operatorship a sign the oil sands mining industry has evolved from a high-cost and risky, to more proven and predictable.
Alberta outlook improves but budget deficit $21.3B: finance minister
Province’s economy hit by COVID-19 pandemic, the drop in oil prices and a global economic contraction.
Virus outbreak delays production at world’s top glove maker
Production stopped at 16 factories outside Kuala Lumpur with remaining 12 facilities operating at much reduced capacities.
Cyber attacks: Are you covered?
Include cyber insurance as part of a risk mitigation strategy.
Bearing handles demanding applications
Bower Type E designed for use in heavy industries.
Fossil fuels declining, but still big in Canada’s energy use by 2050: report
Even with many more policies to curb emissions, oil and gas would still make up nearly two-thirds of energy sources.
US Army Corps of Engineers approves key Line 3 permit
It’s compliant with all federal laws and regulations, decision is based on balancing development with protecting the environment.
Trudeau joins G20 in promising COVID-19 aid to poor nations
Pushes against protectionism, but G20 fails to address a funding shortfall to ensure equitable access.
Federal rent subsidy program for businesses hurt by COVID-19 begins
Will cover up to 65% of rent or commercial mortgage interest, extra 25% for hardest hit.
Canada, Britain beat Brexit with new trade deal, incorporates EU pact
Placeholder agreement buys the trading partners another year to reach a more comprehensive pact.
Business is booming for HVAC companies with pandemic upgrades
Companies are struggling to keep up with demand for high quality filtration systems.
Canada’s labour unions could play big role averting ‘Buy American’ rules
Biden plans to ensure US workers and companies are first in line to reap the benefits of his economic recovery plan.
Trudeau to tout climate and trade at Asia-Pacific economic summit
…but Canada’s tensions with China and the US-China dispute threaten to overshadow the meeting.
Unlock new revenue and margins through servitization
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Driving agility: How standard work helps get it right
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US COVID-19 cases rise, border closure extended 30 days
Trudeau says the ban won’t be eased until there’s clear evidence the pandemic is slowing in the US.
Canada-Britain trade talks in final stages as tariff deadline looms
Would prevent tariffs on Canadian products from seafood to steaks and autos.
Ottawa to keep Boeing Max grounded for now, despite US decision
Federal Transport Minister says Canada will impose different requirements than the US before it lifts the orders.
Small nuclear reactor plan laying out key actions coming in a few weeks
Proponents consider them ideal as part of the regular electricity grid and remote locations, but critics point to radioactive waste.
Peak Renewables buys Canfor forest tenure, idled mills in Fort Nelson
Multi-year $30-million deal with wood pellet manufacturer requires provincial BC government approval.
Canada could see COVID-19 vaccine as soon as January: Elliott
Health minister says 4 million doses of the Pfizer vaccine to be available between January and March, plus 2 million doses of Moderna’s vaccine.
Michelin, Pyrowave partner to recycle plastic waste
Innovative technology returns hard to recycle styrene to virgin material using microwave technology.
SMEs certain about uncertainty, but confident: Amex
Cash flow remains pressing threat for companies despite optimism.
Navy could get converted Davie supply ships cheaper than new: PBO
Price would be around $1.4 billion compared to $4.1 billion to build two brand-new joint support ships.
TC Energy says Keystone XL pipeline fits Biden agenda
Forging ahead with construction despite president-elect’s vow to rip up the presidential permit allowing it to cross the border.
Heinz ketchup to return to Canada, potentially stoking ‘ketchup war’
Will begin making the tomato condiment at its Montreal factory next summer with investment from the Quebec government.
Sew essential: Making the switch from cushions to medical masks
How a BC textile manufacturer quickly moved to serve COVID-19 PPE demand.
Wholesale sales rose 0.9% in September: Statistics Canada
Sales in the food, beverage and tobacco subsector increased 3.6% to $12.4 billion, highest increase since March.
Quebec to ban sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035
$6.7-billion plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will also pay for more electric charging stations and convert buildings to electric heating.
Pandemic politics leave DC in gridlock as COVID-19 surges
Urgency of the nationwide surge in virus cases, spiking hospitalizations and deaths has hardly resonated in Washington.