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B.C. company expands antibody research, production facilities for a second time

The new manufacturing plant is under construction now and is set to be producing antibody therapies for clinical trials starting next year.

Health products manufacturers surprised by Ottawa's plan to track ill effects of supplements

Health Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said the change is meant to address the fact that not all products are equally safe for consumption.

Canada and British Columbia invest in AbCellera's biotech campus

The contribution will enable AbCellera to create over 400 full-time positions in Canada.

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Federal government invests in auto-parts manufacturer to bolster EV supply chain

AMTB will modernize its equipment and technologies to fully transition its Concord facility from producing fuel-powered vehicle components to 100 percent Electric Vehicle (EV) components for the automotive industry. » Read More...

Canadian employers are struggling to attract people back to the workplace, shows Unispace study

According to the study, there is also a misunderstanding between workers and their managers over what employees value and need in Canadian workplaces. » Read More...

407 ETR and Mohawk College using drone technology to help workers with maintenance

The collaboration between 407 ETR and Mohawk College began in October 2022 as a pilot to assess the benefits of aerial drones for overhead signage and gantry inspections. » Read More...


The top 7 cybersecurity risks in manufacturing supply chains

Manufacturers should map out their supply chains, identify potential vulnerabilities, and implement robust security measures across all stages of the manufacturing and shipping process. » Read More...


Ont.'s Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development launches manufacturing inspection campaign

Ont.'s Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development also stated that they are hoping to see less material handling infractions. » Read More...


Wildfires in Alberta spark urgent school discussions about terrors of global climate futures

Alberta’s wildfires invite policymakers to recognize that given our global climate emergency, classrooms ought to be places to host “complicated conversations.” » Read More...


Japan’s Toyota discloses improper crash tests at Daihatsu subsidiary

The latest problem, disclosed late Friday, affects 56,111 Toyota Raize hybrid vehicles produced by Daihatsu Motor Co., a manufacturer specializing in small models that is wholly owned by Toyota. » Read More...

Quebec sets out plan to reach 60 per cent of greenhouse gas reduction target by 2030

The Quebec government has now mapped out how it will achieve 60 per cent of its greenhouse gas emission reduction targets, Premier Francois Legault said Friday as he announced an updated green economy plan. » Read More...