Unifor issues 72 hour strike notice at Rio Tinto facilities in Kitimat, Kemano, B.C.
(CP) KITIMAT, B.C. – The union representing Rio Tinto…
Taking a Stand: How Organizations Can Overcome Hate and Inspire Meaningful Societal Change
Talent Canada, a national media brand that looks at…
Advanced Manufacturing survey launches, manufacturers encouraged to respond
Plant magazine and CanadianManufacturing.com are undertaking an annual survey…
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…
Maire Tecnimont Group’s NextChem to develop BioJet Plant
Maire Tecnimont S.p.A. announced that its subsidiary, NextChem, received a contract…
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…
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Getting the Lead Out
Lithium-ion battery manufacturer growing market for material handling applications.
Canada can’t ‘power past coal’ and keep exporting it, environment group says
(CP) OTTAWA – Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says there…
EPRA encourages recycling of electronics
The Electronic Products Recycling Association (EPRA) is a not-for-proft organization that focusses on the proper recycling of electronic products to ensure health and safety is not compromised when dealing with these items.
Bishop’s Falls entrepreneur awaiting provincial government approval on pair of applications
Mark Brace figures he may soon have to hire…
enCore Energy completes acquisition of Texas-based uranium production, resource assets
Vancouver-based enCore Energy Corp. has executed a Share Purchase…
Pure Gold Mining celebrates first gold bar
Ore taken from new Western Ontario mine
Two workers killed in collision at Suncor oilsands
Mine is located near Fort McMurray, Alberta
Titanium Corp. signs project coordination agreement
Deal involves the 2020 engineering Phase of the CVW? Horizon Proj
Extracting lithium: Ensuring a power source for electric vehicles
E3 Metals improves the performance of its technology.
Mining metals needed for electrification faces low price obstacle
More than $1 trillion of investment needed in key aluminum, cobalt, copper, nickel and lithium over the next 15 years.
Quebec town of Abestos votes to change name to Val des Source
Beat five other proposed names with 51.5% of the vote after three rounds.
Quebec town of Asbestos is getting a new name
Residents looking to shed its association with the toxic mineral due to its negative impact on people’s health.
Quebec town Asbestos hits pause on name change process
Some residents aren’t happy with the four names under consideration, town council looking at expanding options.
E2Metrix technology gets $4.5M boost from Natural Resources Canada
Ecothor will help clean out contaminants and solids, recycle mining wastewater.
EU unveils plan to secure rare earth materials, cut dependency
Need around 60 times more lithium and 15 times more cobalt for electric vehicle batteries and energy storage by 2050.
Canada plans $3.6B in retaliatory tariffs on U.S. in aluminium dispute
Freeland says the tariffs will match dollar-for-dollar the costs of the planned 10% import tariff on Canadian raw aluminum that will apply starting Aug. 16
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
Feds invest $98M for the minerals and metals sector
The feds are supporting the Geo-mapping for Energy and Minerals program and the Targeted Geoscience Initiative
Alberta won’t require full environmental assessments for sandpits
They’ll be regulated as they have been in the past with no conditions on approvals.
Coal miner Teck baffled by fish collapse downstream of BC mines
Water monitoring stations near the mines have reported selenium concentration levels 50 times what’s recommended for aquatic health.
Mining companies moving towards stakeholder capitalism: KPMG
Canadian companies identified access to capital as one of their top three risks.
Ontario investing $10.5M in mining firms
Investments in mining supply and services companies will create jobs in the North, says the Ontario government