Resources rule, Alberta and Saskatchewan to lead.
Strutural steel maker expects to produce more than 25,000 tons a year when facility opens in late 2013.
Oilfield supply company reported revenues of more than $500 million.
Westeel has developed an installation system that will allow oil and gas operators to build a frac tank for water management at drill sites in a day.
Components will be fabricated at Structal-Bridges plant in Quebec City.
Global automotive manufacturer TI Automotive has opened a new plant in the Czech Republic that will produce plastic fuel filler pipes for Volkswagen, Skoda and Audi, and assemble fuel tank systems for Citroen, Peugeot, Toyota and Skoda.
Premier wants federal help to mine massive chromite deposit in Ontario’s north.
Acquisition includes operating assets, land and buildings.
Union negotiations end with wage and pension increases.
Scaffolding manufacturer Metaltech-Omega Inc.’s investment in automation will bring the production of frames to its Laval, Que. plant from China.
BC’s Peace River Coalfields produce coking coal, which is used to make steel.
Deal to boost Opta’s mill and foundry business.
One of Canada’s last remaining publicly traded steel companies has been acquired by U.S. steelmaker.
Empire Industries is selling its steel fabrication operations in Winnipeg and Welland, Ont. to the Supreme Group, an Edmonton-based steel fabricator.
The Supreme Court of Canada has cleared the way for a Federal Court hearing on claims by Ottawa that US Steel failed to live up to jobs and production promises it made in 2007 when it bought steelmaker Stelco.