Take baby steps toward restarting Canada’s economy
Governments rightly are cautious about moving too quickly, given how easily COVID-19 is transmitted.
Capital gains tax hike would cripple investment in Canada
Increasing the federal tax would be anti-investment, anti-entrepreneurship, anti-innovation and anti-green.
Industry 4.0: Technology and the human side of change
Work with existing employees to implement new technologies in a way that is still beneficial to all.
Trade deal will frustrate quest for COVID-19 vaccine
Industry’s rapid response is a reminder to support and protect biopharmaceutical innovation.
Manufacturers are responding to COVID-19
They’re helping to meet critical shortages of health care products for diagnosing, treating, and preventing the virus.
A COVID-19 virus update for manufacturers
Feeling the impact but responding to the needs of healthcare facilities, frontline workers and Canadians.
Energy sector helping Canada weather COVID-19 storm
How the energy industry is supported now will determine Canada’s future economic health and its role as a global supplier.
Making a case for collaborative networks
World-class manufacturing capabilities are built on well functioning, collaborative networks.
Industry 4.0 and the future of manufacturing
CME says there are some barriers the federal government can help clear.
We need more women in skilled trades
Looming shortage of apprentices means lost profits and paycheques for Ontarians
Manufacturers plan for uncertain cash flow in 2020
… but 30% of SME survey respondents had challenges with managing cash flow.
Teck decision underscores investment crisis in Canada
The federal government is to blame for a significant drop in investment across 10 of the 15 major sectors of the Canadian economy.
Federal finances are on the razor’s edge
Government can’t continue to ignore the warning signs of a slowing economy.
The skills shortage and jobs for women
How do we get more ladies and others interested in manufacturing?
Manufacturing jobs and the future
They have grown more rapidly in Canada and the US than the workforce as a whole.