Canadian Manufacturing
August 29, 2014

B.C. inks apprenticeship mobility deal with N.B.

New apprenticeship sharing starts fall 2014 and aims to reduce red tape between different provincial apprenticeship certification requirements

August 29, 2014

Montreal’s Ulrich Metrology acquired by Transcat

Ulrich provides custom metrology solutions for the aerospace and defense, industrial manufacturing and life science industries
August 29, 2014

Sask. train derailment: 33 cars leave track

This marks the third time a CPR freight train has derailed in southern Saskatchewan in six weeks. No leaks reported, but contents of derailed cars unknown

August 29, 2014

Shell revises Arctic drilling plan for 2015

The revised plan calls for two drilling vessels to explore in the Chukchi Sea, where the company experienced problems in 2012
August 29, 2014

Less americans seeking unemployment aid

The new unemployment benefit report signals employers are cutting fewer jobs and U.S. hiring is likely to remain strong
Sponsored

Success Centres

Manufacturing Innovation

Winnipeg manufacturer streamlines production with lean

Argus Industries’ kaizen journey created a lasting culture of change
Financial Management

Getting past ‘sticker shock’ to upgrade plant machinery

Financing allows the focus to shift to revenue growth and efficiency

 

Productivity Improvement

Employee fatigue having a major impact on the energy sector: survey

Proper scheduling and workflow visibility reduce accidents and maintenance errors, while improving productivity
CETA Trade Resource

Better labour mobility Canada’s biggest CETA win, report says

Encourages businesses to start preparing now in order to reap rewards of landmark trade agreement with Europe
August, 28 2014

CarbonCure signs cleantech deal with Ohio concrete producer

CarbonCure's technology produces concrete products that make use of post-industrial carbon dioxide gas
August, 26 2014

U.S. Recycling plant explosion kills 2

Investigators said a mortar round exploded inside the plant, which does business with the military and occasionally recycles military items items
August, 25 2014

Alaska requests more say in B.C. mine approval

Alaska has asked the Canadian government for greater involvement amid growing concern the project could threaten U.S. rivers and fish

Made possible by: Climate Change & Emissions Management Corporation


Poll

In Partnership

Leapfrog Sustainability
Manufacturing Engineering Media