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2011 wrap-up: The top news as selected by you

A collection of this year's top five news stories as selected by CMO readers



TORONTO—It’s been an interesting year, 2011.

Lots of ups, but also lots of downs. Mix in a ton of uncertainty and the result is a rather jumbled collection of news examining the world’s industrial sectors.

As the holiday season quickly approaches, the editorial staff here at CanadianManufacturing.com felt it necessary to provide our loyal readership with the very best in this year’s news—a collection of stories culminating the world’s best industrial news coverage from 2011.

Here’s five stories you said you liked most:

1. Toyota invests $545M in Ontario plants

The Japanese automaker spent big bucks in Ontario in 2011, pumping $545 million into it’s Woodstock and Cambridge assembly plants. Read more

2. The Dodge Ram that takes on tornadoes [Photo Gallery]

The Japanese automaker spent big bucks in Ontario in 2011, pumping $545 million into it’s Woodstock and Cambridge assembly plants. Read more

3. The next small business time bomb: Bill C-28

Bill C-28, dubbed the Fighting Internet and Wireless Spam Act, will govern commercial electronic messages—and carry a $10 million fine for violators Read more

4. Detroit-built Maserati makes a bang in Frankfurt [Photo Gallery]

Italian automaker looks to overtake BMW and Range Rover in luxury SUV market with this beauty Read more

5. $100B in lost output to China coming home: BCG

A Boston Consulting Group study says seven sectors are reaching a tipping point that could bring 3 million jobs back to the US. Read more

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