Beef plants nearly back to full capacity after COVID-19
Cargill and JBS Canada plants in Alberta process about 70% of Canada’s beef.
Trudeau’s China dilemma: punish or give in to ‘hostage diplomacy’
Letter signed by 19 former politicians and diplomats urge Meng be freed in a bid to win the release of Spavor and Kovrig.
Saskatchewan to develop plan around small modular nuclear reactors
Clean nuclear energywill help the province fight climate change as well as create jobs.
Quebec port project aims to win back market share
US East Coast volumes surge due to shifting global supply chains.
Canadians exempt from new US visa rules: immigration lawyers [UPDATED]
A liaison committee with US Customs and Border Protection has confirmed the exemption.
Since 1887: Heritage Hockey Sticks continues a Canadian legacy
Hockey sticks have been made in Cambridge for 133 years, but this operation is now unique, as stick making has shifted overseas.
Three companies get Supercluster funding for COVID-19 projects
So far there are 19 projects amounting to $27 million in funding on the go.
Aurora Cannabis to lay off 700 staff, close five sites
A strategic realignment of operations to protect its position as a leader in key global cannabinoid markets.
Feds to push back against any new US tariffs on aluminum: Duclos
Bloomberg says the Trump administration plans to impose a 10% tariff on imports from Canada.
BC to release fiscal update July 14 showing pandemic’s impact
Will include jobless numbers from June, most recent revenue estimates and data from the federal government’s fiscal update.
Imaging system speeds up inspection
BitFlow solution created for auto parts.
Automate the loading dock to keep aging employees on the job and safe
Push-bottom, ergonomic equipment eases the physical effort.
Scholarship encourages women to pursue OH&S careers
$3,000 CCOHS award open to women enrolled in full or part-time program.
China made ‘obvious link’ between Meng and two Michaels: Trudeau
Prime Minister rebuts China’s foreign ministry claim people are not arbitrarily detained.
Winnipeg plant gets $100M to pull protein from peas, canola
Extracts for use in everything from protein shakes and meat-alternatives to non-dairy creamers and energy bars.