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Ont. announces a $7.5M investment in biomanufacturing through new Innovation Arena

The new $35 million facility will try and support the development of new health technology and the commercialization of intellectual property and encouraging investment and job creation.

Cdn. finance minister says 'mutually sabotaging competition' may happen through corporate subsidies

Freeland also delivered a quintessentially Canadian defence of free trade, provided it doesn't automatically send manufacturing jobs to the lowest international bidder or enrich corporations at the expense of workers.

EPA emissions limits to try and boost U.S. EV sales

The proposed tailpipe pollution limits don't require a specific number of electric vehicles to be sold every year but instead mandate limits on greenhouse gas emissions.

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Geotab says their platform will provide real time data on battery charing, range, fuel usage and history for EVs

Geotab offers comprehensive data insights that provide fleet managers with the information needed to make informed decisions for fleet electrification and sustainability goals. » Read More...

State of West Virginia purchases $15M of GreenPower electric school buses

As part of the order, GreenPower received a $3 million deposit from the state per the agreement with the company to manufacture zero-emission, all-electric school buses in West Virginia. » Read More...

Nine Canadian kids finalists in Toyota global design competition

The nine Canadian finalists will now be entered into the World Finals of the contest for a chance to win a prize valued at $5,000 USD. Each Canadian finalist also received a $250 online retail gift card to KiwiCo. » Read More...
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Modern Forecasting Technology: Changing the game for manufacturers

Using a cloud-based system, you can collect data from disjointed ERPs, organize it to provide a single source of truth, and put it to work. » Read More...


The mechanical challenges of PCBA manufacturing and assembly

Manufacturers rely heavily on automated equipment and robotic machinery to perform assembly tasks when it comes to creating circuit boards. » Read More...


How a Supreme Court case could decide the future of Canadian climate policy

The federal government, on March 21 and 22, asked the Supreme Court of Canada to overturn the Alberta Court of Appeal’s opinion. » Read More...


Stiff EPA emission limits to boost US electric vehicle sales

The Biden administration is proposing stiff new automobile pollution limits that would require up to two-thirds of new vehicles sold in the U.S. to be electric by 2032, a nearly tenfold increase over current electric vehicle sales. » Read More...

Ottawa and Edmonton cement manufacturer sign preliminary deal on carbon capture

The federal government has signed a deal to work with an Edmonton cement manufacturer to keep carbon dioxide generated at the plant from entering the atmosphere. » Read More...