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Four per cent of Canadian businesses use AI, adoption highest in Quebec: report

Ontario, B.C. and Saskatchewan businesses follow closely at four per cent, while Alberta has about three per cent of firms making use of AI.

Hydrogen Optimized granted $3.6M Government of Canada loan to automate and expand manufacturing capacity

FedDev Ontario funding will help the company reach the scale required to become a global leader in the clean hydrogen equipment market.

Alberta enters global lithium race with opening of first extraction pilot project

Lithium is in demand around the globe right now because it is a key component in electric vehicle batteries.

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The Electric Circuit brings fast-charge stations with power sharing to Quebec

Each charging cable can deliver up to 300 kW of power. » Read More...

Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show returns to Toronto with focus on technologies driving the industry’s future

Registration is now open. »

Univar Solutions increases product portfolio and services in Eastern Canada with acquisition of FloChem Ltd.

Acquisition enhances the company's Bulk Chemical Distribution offerings, and operational and logistics capabilities. » Read More...


How recycling could solve the shortage of minerals essential to clean energy

Between 2018 and 2022, the demand for lithium increased by 25 per cent per year. Under a net-zero scenario, lithium demand by 2040 could be over 40 times what it was in 2020. » Read More...


Migrant workers facing the dangers of wildfires need support

Temporary migrant workers in the Global North are already highly vulnerable to abuse in the workplace and hazardous working conditions. That vulnerability is often drastically increased in times of crisis. » Listen Here...


TVO strike highlights the scourge of contract work in public service journalism

TVO workers say these contracts prevent them from doing the kind of rigorous, civic journalism and current affairs programming that serves communities in Ontario. » Read More...


UAW’s clash with Big 3 automakers shows off a more confrontational union as strike deadline looms

A 46% pay raise. A 32-hour week with 40 hours of pay. A restoration of traditional pensions. » Read More...

Millions more workers would be entitled to overtime pay under a proposed Biden administration rule

The Biden administration proposed a new rule Wednesday that would make 3.6 million more U.S. workers eligible for overtime pay, the most generous such increase in decades. » Read More...