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Canada and the U.S. to collaborate on building a corridor of charging stations between Quebec City and Michigan

Charging infrastructure would be installed every 80 kilometres and include at least one direct current fast charger compatible with the Combined Charging System standard.


Canada supports cheese factory in the Outaouais region

This investment, under the Supply Management Processing Investment Fund, will help La Trappe à Fromage de l'Outaouais purchase and install automated equipment to enhance its cheese manufacturing and packaging processes.


Unifor Auto Council determines bargaining priorities for D3 negotiations

Unifor's Special Auto Council, held May 17-18 in London, Ont., brought together active and retired members from Ford, GM and Stellantis to prioritize the demands that will be brought to the table.


 
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Hyundai Pony Coupe Concept restored, after 50 years

Hyundai Motor unveiled the rebuilt Pony Coupe Concept at the inaugural Hyundai Reunion. » Read More...
 
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LILYSILK launches GOTS-certified organic pillowcase collection

In 2022, LILYSILK collaborated with the TerraCycle Recycling Program to strengthen commitment to zero waste and also launched the LILYSILK Zero Waste Movement to raise green consumption. » Read More...
 
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Credit card fee reductions announced for small businesses

CFIB will ensure that the full savings of this agreement are passed on to small business owners without getting swallowed up by card processors offering blended rates. » Read More...
 
 
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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. » Listen here...

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[Podcast] BlackBerry’s Shishir Singh, Executive VP and CTO talks cybersecurity for manufacturers

BlackBerry's CTO, Cybersecurity at BlackBerry, Shishir Singh talks about the upcoming cybersecurity challenges for manufacturers in 2023 and what the best defence is. » Listen Here...

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Canadian financial institutions are fuelling the climate change crisis

Canada is the only G7 nation with 2022 carbon emissions levels that are above its 1990 levels. It has among the highest greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the world, and its fossil fuel industry is also among the world’s largest. » Read More...

 
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Renew North American trade deal to defend democratic values: U.S. chamber CEO

Canada’s trade deal with the U.S. and Mexico is as much about Western values as maximizing economic growth, the head of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce said Monday as she urged business leaders from across the continent to ensure the agreement survives. » Read More...

Tesla shouldn’t call driving system Autopilot because humans are still in control, Buttigieg says

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg says he’s concerned about Tesla’s marketing of the system, which is under investigation by his department in connection with crashes that have caused at least 14 deaths. » Read More...