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Bombardier planes would have 'competitive' price tag with Boeing bid

The price of the 16 P-8A Poseidons and associated gear that Boeing aims to sell to Ottawa amounts to US$5.9 billion, according to a June 27 post from the U.S. Defence Security Cooperation Agency.

Ont. to look for new wind, solar power to help incoming electricity supply crunch

Critics say Ontario wouldn't be in as much of an electricity supply crunch if the Progressive Conservative government hadn't cancelled 750 green energy contracts during its first term.

CFIB report says there are too many internal trade barriers between provinces

The report card highlights a bold recommendation for eliminating barriers: mutual recognition of all provincial and territorial regulatory standards, except for those included in an exemption list.

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Avalon signs MOU with Metso to advance the development of Ontario's lithium processing facility

The parties anticipate reaching a definitive agreement on or before September 1 this year. » Read More...

West Fraser to sell pulp mill in Alberta through fibre supply agreement with Mondi Group

West Fraser will continue to supply fibre to the Hinton mill under a long-term contract, via residuals from West Fraser's Alberta sawmills. » Read More...

Trailcon Leasing, Inc. announces Stacey Sarris as VP of Marketing & Client Success

As a key member of the Trailcon leadership team Stacey will reportedly head the company's Client Success organization, enhancing the company's market position. » Read More...
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How LAVA Computer's manufacturing is extending the battery life of devices

Meet the Ukrainian-Canadian family-run business that is keen on optimizing device life. » Read More...


The true cost of food: High grocery prices are not the root issue

By only focusing on how to keep food costs low, we risk ignoring the underlying causes of why people cannot afford food in the first place. » Read More...


2024 Advanced Manufacturing survey launches, Cdn. manufacturers can respond

The survey's findings will be developed into an in-depth report to help manufacturers prognosticate the challenges and solutions around implementing Industry 4.0 technologies. » Read More...


Canadian unemployment rate rose to 5.4% in June as economy added 60,000 jobs

But with more people searching for work and Canada’s population growing, the unemployment rate climbed higher. » Read More...

Collision technology show: a record breaker

The show, which celebrated its fifth year in Toronto, has brough $188 million into the local city economy since 2019 (for in-person conferences), including $77 million projected for this year’s show, according to Destination Toronto. » Read More...