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Mila and UNESCO emphasize the need for better artificial intelligence governance

Missing Links in AI Governance, includes 18 articles on AI governance written by academics, civil society representatives, innovators and policy makers.

Dairy Farmers of Canada unveil next steps in plan to become net zero

DFC's Best Practices Guide has been developed in consultation with reported experts to help farmers identify and implement best management practices (BMPs) on their farm.

Female-owned businesses on the rise, but barriers remain: study

The study estimated 18 per cent of businesses are majority-owned by women, up from 16.8 per cent in 2020 and 15.6 per cent in 2017.


The Art and Science of Communicating with the Hourly Manufacturing Workforce

Clear, timely, and meaningful communication can impact productivity, safety, teamwork, conflict resolution, and engagement. Conversely, poor communication can be costly — resulting in lower productivity, quality issues, and customer dissatisfaction. In manufacturing, where hourly workers account for 78% of the workforce on average, communication is especially challenging. They may not have a company email address or ready access to a computer at work. This can make it challenging to engage in timely, ongoing communication with employees and foster a sense of community that drives engagement and loyalty. Discover the top barriers to effective communication, and how to overcome them.
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Canada invests over $25M to fuel innovation and economic growth in Vancouver

Ten local businesses and organizations will receive funding to commercialize new technology, grow their operations, and reach new markets. » Read More...

Bay Area Health Trust celebrate the opening of their expanded facility

Once fully operational, the facility will enable BAHT to accelerate execution of its growth strategy, create jobs, and provide both current and future clients cutting-edge equipment, clean rooms, and inventory management systems. » Read More...

XNRGY closes growth equity financing to expand capacity

This funding will enable XNRGY to expand its current facility in Montreal, Canada by 100,000 square feet of production capacity. » Read More...


Field Notes: ProMat 2023 returns, manufacturers hoping to stand out

The event features exhibits from more than 1,000 global manufacturers and supply chain companies, across 560,000 square feet, which is much larger than any previous in-person iteration. » Read More...


What are the best ways to reduce food processing waste in manufacturing?

Food manufacturers can communicate with supply chains to see what communities or sectors could use leftovers. » Read More...


What Canada can learn from the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank

The collapse of a medium-sized financial institution like Silicon Valley Bank serves as a reminder of the importance of robust risk management, sound regulatory oversight and effective liquidity management to prevent such incidents from happening in the future. » Read More...


Addressing cybercrime in your business

Cybercrime is a clear and present danger in the modern manufacturing landscape. This article discusses how organizations can effectively prepare for digital attacks, examine response strategies, and identify resources that businesses can use to recover. » Read More...

Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales rose 4.1 per cent in January

Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales rose 4.1 per cent to $73.9 billion in January, powered by gains in motor vehicle and petroleum and coal products sales. » Read More...