Canadian Manufacturing
October 24, 2014

Union claims Ford chose Mexico over Canada for new engine work

Unifor said it is "disappointed," claims automaker chose to build new engine at Mexico plant instead of Windsor, Ont.

October 24, 2014

Feds award $137.8M contract to upgrade military radios

Contract award to General Dynamics Canada to upgrade combat-net radios, in-vehicle signal boosters
October 24, 2014

Crews respond to explosion at Sask. canola-crushing plant

Explosion occurred at Louis Dreyfus Commodities plant on Highway 16 in Yorkton, Sask.; one minor injury reported

October 24, 2014

P&G looking to spin off Duracell business as part of overhaul

Cincinnati-based P&G would prefer spinoff of battery brand, but is considering sale or other options for Duracell
October 24, 2014

Ontario, Quebec premiers vow closer economic ties

Kathleen Wynne says Ontario and Quebec rebuilding their close connection will be vital to the economic prosperity of both provinces
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Dispute settlement provisions make CETA a tough sell in Germany

It's improbable that the EU will be able to ratify CETA without Germany's support, but acceding to Germany's demands will likely kill the deal
October, 24 2014

Evaporating fracking waste water viable way of disposal: report

Pilot project in Nova Scotia concluded evaporation a viable means of disposal of waste water from fracking
October, 23 2014

5 pillars of investment for a successful cleantech start-up

Larry MacDonald, retired CFO of Nova Chemicals and Enerkem Board Member, spoke about building a company at the latest Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions seminar
October, 23 2014

195-MW B.C. hydro facility successfully completes final testing

Forrest Kerr facility successfully completed 72-hour testing required to achieve commercial operation

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