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News Manufacturing General
March 17, 2021  

Raymond named America’s Best Midsize Employer 2021

Forbes has named The Raymond Corporation as one of America’s Best Midsize

News Business Operations Operations Technology
December 15, 2020  

Siemens Canada to pay staff $3.4M in special Covid-19 payments

Employees to receive one-time payment of $1,550 by the end of the year

News Facilities Maintenance Machinery and Equipment Maintenance Operations Preventative Maintenance Technology
October 20, 2020  

Maintenance at TMMC Plants with a Focus on the Environment

  GUEST: Scott MacKenzie TOPIC: Maintenance at TMMC Plants

News Energy General
July 14, 2020  

Engineering company seeking exit from Goldboro LNG deal

KBR is no longer prepared to enter into a lump-sum turnkey engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning contract for the project.

News Automotive Manufacturing General
May 13, 2020  

Canadian engineers top 9 in global ventilator design competition

Team from Toyota and Fanshawe College beats out more than 1,000 entries from 94 countries.

News Manufacturing General
May 7, 2020  

SNC-Lavalin helping Medicom with N95 mask manufacturing

Will provide engineering services at new 60,000-square-foot facility in Montreal.

News Health & Safety Operations
April 15, 2020  

Engaging Your Employees in a Safety Culture

  TOPIC: Engaging Your Employees in a Safety Culture.

News Construction General
February 10, 2020  

SNC-Lavalin announces Jeff Bell as new chief financial officer

Bell is a former group chief financial officer for British energy services firm Centrica

News Government Manufacturing General
December 12, 2019  

AG can order remediation in very rare circumstances: Lametti

Question is at the heart of the SNC-Lavalin affair that rocked the Liberal government earlier this year.

News Government Manufacturing General
December 10, 2019  

Greed drove former SNC exec’s alleged fraud, corruption scheme: Crown

Prosecution is trying to prove SNC-Lavalin used $113 million to pay people who collected money and helped secure contracts in Libya.

News Manufacturing General
December 4, 2019  

Barriers remain for women in engineering

30 years after ecole Polytechnique shooting Canada still lags other industrialized countries in the proportion of women enrolled in undergraduate engineering programs.

Event General
November 16, 2019  

International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management 2020

The International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Industrial Management

News Manufacturing General
August 21, 2019  

Tech stewardship makes future engineers more responsible

Behaviour that ensures technology is used to make the world a better place for all.

News Construction General
May 14, 2019  

WSP Global reports first quarter profit and revenue up from year ago

Revenue totalled $2.17 billion, up from $1.91 billion in the first three months of 2018.

News Manufacturing General
April 30, 2019  

US girls outscore boys on tech, engineering, even without class

The “National report Card” also shows the gap between girls and boys is also growing wider.

News Construction Government Manufacturing General
March 21, 2019  

Never cited job losses in push for remediation: SNC-Lavalin CEO

If convicted and barred from bidding on federal contracts, workers would end up working for foreign rivals.

News Construction Government General
February 7, 2019  

Trudeau denies report his office pressured attorney general to help SNC Lavalin [UPDATED]

Construction giant allegedly paid millions of dollars in bribes to get government business in Libya.

News Construction Manufacturing General
January 31, 2019  

Two Canadian engineering giants are headed in starkly different directions

One is dialling back its expectations, the other growing by leaps and bounds.

News Government Manufacturing General
January 29, 2019  

SNC Lavalin mulls retreat from Saudi Arabia amid deepening diplomatic row

The feud, plus problems with a mining project and an arbitration loss in Australia, hitting 2018 financial results.

News Construction Manufacturing General
December 4, 2017  

New Montreal bridge currently being built had 2,000 defects: report

Defects include porous steel plates; incomplete or non-existent soldering; defective bolts.

News Manufacturing General
November 6, 2017  

UOIT and GM partner to promote STEM education

Four programs aim to encourage students to take an interest in science, technology, engineering and math.

News Energy Manufacturing Oil & Gas Business Operations General Sustainability Technology
August 21, 2017  

Dalhousie University scores $2.2M from Irving Oil for engineering campus

Funding will go towards the construction of design labs, engineering facilities and learning spaces.

News Manufacturing General
July 12, 2017  

Simon Fraser and Siemens Canada partner to boost mechatronics skills

University will host certification program that will combine with a Siemens PLM Software grant.

News Manufacturing General
May 4, 2017  

Class assignment to build toy gun sparks university lockdown

Engineering student sparked the disruption by carrying the rubber-band gun openly into a residence hall.

News Manufacturing General
April 21, 2017  

SNC-Lavalin to buy British engineering firm WS Atkins for $3.6B

Expands Montreal E&C company’s geographic reach and diversifies its global customer base.

News Government General
April 3, 2017  

SNC-Lavalin looking at $3.5B takeover of WS Atkins

Acquisition would increase its exposure to infrastructure and power markets in Europe and/or Asia.

News Construction Manufacturing General
March 7, 2017  

SNC-Lavalin wins contract for an ammonia plant in Oman

Project in Salalah includes utilities and off-site infrastructure.

News Construction Manufacturing General
August 25, 2016  

SNC-Lavalin scores $21.7M Mozambique graphite project

Will provide mechanical and piping construction services for the processing plant.

News Government Manufacturing Business Operations General Technology
July 27, 2016  

Halifax firm gets millions from feds to develop software tool

Software will help engineers with verifications for early-stage designs in fields such as defence and aeronautics.

News Manufacturing General
July 20, 2016  

Researchers study recycled tire material for strengthening soil

Dalhousie University team assesses how it would aid bridge, building and highway projects.

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations Production Technology
June 10, 2016  

GM to expand self-driving car research at Markham, Ont. facility

Initiative will create more than 700 new engineering jobs.

News Automotive Manufacturing Business Operations General Operations Production
June 8, 2016  

GM to announce 1,000 new jobs in Oshawa

Reports say positions will eventually be spread out at a number of GM R&D facilities.