Prime Minister Trudeau cancelled a trip to Belgium late Oct. 26 after the Belgians had failed to break an impasse with holdout Wallonia →
Adjusting to technological shift in industry, bank to incentivize retirements, hire for sales, IT positions→
Cancer-causing hexavalent chromium more related to natural volcanic rock than pits used to store coal waste, Duke University researchers say →
Company also reported $1.4 billion profit in third quarter, fuelled by significant asset sales →
Agreement worth more than $70 million over two years; company said U.S. and international orders for new jet beginning to pick up→
General Electric will need to remove toxic chemicals from stretch of Housatonic River after it lost legal challenge; appeal possible→
A coal cleaning agent leaked from a storage tank of Freedom Industries into the Elk River in January 2014, rendering water undrinkable in West Virginia's capital city for days→
Railway worked to repair track after pair of locomotives and several cars skipped the rails Tuesday morning, possibly after hitting rocks →
Comprehensive energy modeling and analysis tracks efficiency and reveals immediate opportunities to save
Packaging company adding employees, targeting 10 per cent growth as it prepares to step into the lucrative liquids segment→
If you find yourself scrambling to get your facility ready—you're probably already way behind, says Alps Welding president Dennis Dussin→
Floor could be returned to normal forklift truck traffic in less than 30 minutes, reducing downtime and maintenance costs→
High-performance test sets offer a convenient and comprehensive solution for transformer and general substation testing→
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Market reports and guidance from economic development agency help Canadian manufacturers set up shop in the US→
Electric vehicle maker reports small third-quarter gain, reiterates mid-2017 timeline to start deliveries of Model 3 →
Canada, U.S. and Mexico have pledged to decrease methane emissions in oil and gas industry 40 to 45 per cent by 2025; large portion of cuts seen as low-hanging fruit →
Judge rules Cape Sharp Tidal project can move forward, citing no immediate risk of irreparable harm to environment →
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