What does the man who coined the term ‘cleantech’ more than a decade ago think about its promise today? Nicholas Parker, executive chairman and co-founder of the Cleantech Group (San Francisco), and one of the first to invest in sustainable technologies, says cleantech might be the only way manufacturers can protect eroding profits. “Consumer-facing industries ...
Conferences, seminars, trade shows, training sessions and more for Canadian manufacturers.
A group of Ontario manufacturers is forging a new path for firms in the province to land supply deals in Alberta's oil and gas industry.
Energy 2013 tackles costs and opportunities for Ontario manufacturers.
Massive replica of infamous aircraft on loan from Canadian Air and Space Museum in Toronto
Bi-annual show in Edmonton featured more than 75 new industrial products and services
Event coincided with negotiations between two sides on new free-trade agreement
Durham region launches networking series aimed at improving local sector
Union believes it is necessary to transition away from fossil energies, invest in green energies
Nova Scotia Feed-in Tariff Forum will outline new project opportunities for wind, solar in Maritimes
Join the conversation on building skilled talent across Canada by participating in the Canadian Apprenticeship Forum’s national conference in Regina June 3 to 5.
Reports and photos from the Fabtech show in Chicago, where vendors demonstrating new welding, fabricating, stamping and finishing equipment.
Will Canadian policy help the clean sector keep pace?
There are plenty of lucrative opportunities for Ontario manufacturers to supply clean tech and environmental expertise to Alberta's oil sands companies.
There’s money to be made from Alberta’s oil sands and not just by energy developers. There are opportunities for Canadian manufacturers to be part of a multi-billion dollar supply chain that is in need of products and services from a range of industries.
Summit to explore strategies, risks, opportunities