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Bombardier sees profits rise despite supply chain issues and inflation

The plane maker is looking to boost production of private jets to 138 this year from 121 in 2022, with the assembly process on track.

CIB loans $220M to Flo for EV charging network expansion

The Infrastructure Bank says the loan will allow Quebec City-based Flo to install more than 2,000 charging ports, nearly doubling the number of universal public fast charging ports available in Canada.

Three Alta.-led projects are receiving funding for cleantech implications

All three projects involve development, scale-up, field testing, piloting, demonstration, or deployment of technology within Alberta or Alberta-based companies working on technology in a partner’s region.


INCA Renewable Technologies secures $55M in funding

INCA’s team has deployed experience in fibre processing and bio-composites development and manufacturing to produce lighter prepregs for the automotive industry. » Read More...

Taiga Motors starts delivering its electric off-road vehicles in British Columbia

Taiga is onboarding three new Taiga Service Providers: SV Business Group, in West Vancouver, Kelowna Yamaha Marine and Outlaw Motorsports in Kamloops. » Read More...

GreenPower appoints H.K. Truck Center as dealer in central New Jersey

H.K. Truck Center has been a provider in sales, service, parts, leasing and rentals for truck owners and operators throughout the Northeast for over 40 years. » Read More...


Manufacturers react to the proposed Ont. and federal budgets

Manufacturers across industries react with optimism to the proposed Ontario and federal government budgets tabled last month, offering tax credits and benefits for cleantech initiatives. » Listen Here...


How to prepare samples with laser micro-machining

The sample preparation process will be faster if you use physical techniques like cutting and sawing to remove material in the centimetre range first. » Read more...


How shading crops with solar panels can improve farming, lower food costs and reduce emissions

This practice of growing crops in the protected shadows of solar panels is called agrivoltaic farming. And it is happening right here in Canada. » Read More...


Outdoor store MEC commits to cutting carbon emissions from products, supply chain

Canadian outdoor retailer Mountain Equipment Co. has set sweeping new emissions targets for its supply chain, part of what the company is calling a stronger, science-based plan to help address the climate crisis. » Read More...

Toyota’s new president vows to step up electric vehicle push

Toyota’s new president Koji Sato has promised what he called an aggressive shift on “electrification,” while acknowledging criticism that Japan’s top automaker has fallen behind in actual volumes of electric vehicles sold compared to its rivals. » Read More...