Canadian Manufacturing
October 28, 2014

GM moves production for Volt drive unit to Detroit

The electric drive unit, a critical component for the plug-in hybrid, is currently being produced in Mexico

October 30, 2014

Takata Corp. told to speed up airbag replacements

Millions of Takata air bags have caused vehicle recalls because they can potentially inflate with too much force
October 30, 2014

Haiti hopes to attract resort investors

President Michel Martelly wants to build Haiti's biggest tourism development, hoping that foreign visitors can spur an economic revival

October 30, 2014

Sherritt to sell Toronto HQ in cost cutting effort

Sherritt didn't say how many employees would be affected by the downsizing but says it's aiming to reduce costs by about $10 million a year
October 30, 2014

Fiat Chrysler issues two more recalls for Ram trucks and 2 SUVs

Automotive companies have recalled more than 52 million vehicles so far this year, breaking a record set in 2004
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October, 28 2014

Lafarge to dispose of 167 truckloads of fracking wastewater

The wastewater is left over from drilling that happened seven years ago
October, 28 2014

Utility battery maker looks to move into former cigarette plant

A small start-up company Alevo is seeking no state or federal tax breaks or other subsidies to set up shop in North Carolina
October, 27 2014

LNG not the climate change solution B.C. promises: report

Report pokes holes in B.C. government's claim exporting LNG the greatest single step province can take to fight climate change

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