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Federal government to negotiate deal for new icebreakers as fleet nears end-of-life

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced last week that Davie was being formally tapped to build seven icebreakers for the Canadian Coast Guard.

IMF says that prolonged high inflation ruins outlook for global economy

Persistently high inflation is expected to force the Federal Reserve and other central banks to keep raising rates and to keep them at or near a peak longer to combat surging prices.

One person dead after workplace incident at Toronto metal business

The ministry says its inspectors have been assigned to investigate the fatal workplace incident reported this morning at Norbel Metal.

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Kia starts building facility for electric purpose-built vehicle (PBV) production

The new PBV plant will be built as an eco-friendly plant that applies future innovative manufacturing technologies while minimizing carbon emissions. » Read More...

Robert Half reveals five trends for grads seeking to begin their careers

Robert Half reveals five trends for university and college graduates planning to launch their career. » Read More...

Hydro-Québec provides an update on the outages

In total, nearly 1,125,000 have been affected since Wednesday due to the significant ice storm that affected several regions of Quebec. » Read More...


Modern Forecasting Technology: Changing the game for manufacturers

Using a cloud-based system, you can collect data from disjointed ERPs, organize it to provide a single source of truth, and put it to work. » Read More...


ventureLAB’s Future of Women in Tech event highlights work to be done in semiconductor industry

The event was meant to highlight women in STEM who have advanced their careers, and the important work being done to help hire and promote more women into leadership positions. » Read More...


Giving Canadians the ‘right to repair’ empowers consumers, supports competition and benefits the environment

The right to repair allows consumers to repair goods themselves or have them repaired by original equipment manufacturers or at independent repair shops. » Read More...


Samsung cutting memory chip production as profit slides

Samsung Electronics said Friday it’s cutting the production of its computer memory chips in an apparent effort to reduce inventory as it forecasted another quarter of sluggish profit. » Read More...

Economy added 35,000 jobs in March, unemployment rate still hovering near record low

Statistics Canada said the job gains were made primarily in the private sector. » Read More...