Tourmaline Oil buys two privately held oil and gas firms for $526M
Expects its production at the end of 2020 to be about 400,000 boe/d with the successful completion of the two acquisitions.
Nutrien takes $587M loss on phosphate fertilizer operation
Global phosphate prices have trended higher from strong demand in India and Brazil, trade flow changes.
Recall of Daily Shield hand sanitizer expanded, Bio Life licence suspended
Found to contain less than the recommended amount of ethanol, decreases the product’s effectiveness at killing bacteria and viruses.
Oil output still down after restoring some COVID cutbacks: CER
Supply slipped by as much as 972,000 barrels per day by mid-May, about 700,000 bpd brought back online by early October.
Cymat and Tesseract co-operate on aluminum foam use
SmartMetal used in combination with a high-strength aluminum skin for crash energy absorption.
Uncertain future of refinery raises spectre of propane shortages in NL
Irving Oil has abandoned its planned purchase of the plant from its New York owners.
Feds, Ontario ante up millions to produce EVs at Ford’s Oakville plant
Part of a three-year agreement worth nearly $2 billion between the automaker and Unifor announced in September.
Calgary company to provide Alberta medical staff with face masks
Orpyx Medical Technologies will ensure the province has sufficient medical grade PPE over two years.
Engineered Lifting Systems acquired by Gorbel affiliate
ELS technology produced in Elmira, Ont. include Destuff-IT/Restuff-IT ergonomic conveyor systems.
Heroux-Devtek signs multi-year Boeing deal to build actuation components
Contract win by the CESA subsidiary includes production requirements, spare parts for the 787, 777, 777X, 767 and 747.
Locweld awarded $50M contract for steel transmission towers
Destined for Hydro-Québec’s new 735 kV Micoua-Saguenay line.
Taiwan’s smart machines key to ‘smart factories’ of the future
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Shell plan to cut up to 9,000 jobs could result in 100s in Canada
Between 294 and 378 fewer jobs is the energy company’s cuts are proportionate.
NL can’t afford buy-in for Husky led oil offshore project: Premier
Company is re-evaluating its operations in the province, White Rose is more than half finished while several other offshore projects are delayed.
Transcontinental benefits from short-term wage subsidy
Most of its revenue decline was in printing, which services newspaper and flyer producers.