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New electric vehicle charging network being built by major automakers could lure more buyers to EVs

The companies said they will share in a multibillion-dollar investment to build "high power'' charging stations with at least 30,000 plugs in urban areas and along travel corridors by 2030.

IT World Canada's list of Top Women in Cybersecurity for 2023 names two women from Scotiabank

There were more than 170 nominations to the 2023 list.

B.C. judge allows cannabis 'fire sale' to stave off CRA destruction threat

The court allowed Tantalus Labs Ltd. to move ahead with a hasty sale of its remaining inventory of cannabis flower after the CRA planned to destroy the product at its facility in Maple Ridge, B.C.


Declining travel impacting Canadian business travellers' careers, SAP Concur survey finds

The survey found that 94 per cent of Canadian travellers say the future of their career depends on successful business travel in the coming year. » Read More...

Porter partners with Macquarie Asset Management on development of Montréal Saint-Hubert Airport passenger terminal

Construction PCL selected as general contractor. »

Canada Goose launches trade in program in Canada

Canada Goose Generations expansion comes as brand reports nearly 45 per cent YOY reduction in carbon footprint. » Read More...


Tersa Earth technology set to improve EV manufacturing supply chain

The biotech start-up has heavy implications for the Canadian manufacturing industry, where many carmakers have begun buying mining rights in various regions to secure supplies of lithium in the EV race. » Read More...


Podcast: Compound Metals Coatings’ President, Natalia Stephen, talks coatings, cleantech and challenges

Compound Metal Coatings' President sits down to talk about the coatings industry, advanced manufacturing amidst a cleantech revolution, and other challenges heading into the future. » Listen Here...


Challenges to free trade reveal a big change in conservative ideology

Since the implementation of the Canada-United States Free Trade Agreement in 1988, both Liberal and Conservative governments have pursued and continue to pursue more free-trade zones with additional partners in Europe, the Americas and the Pacific Rim. » Read More...


Canadian Chamber of Commerce joins calls for extension of CEBA repayment deadline

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce and a coalition of industry associations have joined calls for the federal government to extend the deadline for small businesses to repay pandemic loans received through the Canada Emergency Business Account program. » Read More...

Q&A with CEO of Skills Ontario

Plant spoke with Ian T. Howcroft, CEO, at Skills Ontario about what the association does, and what it sees as in-demand skills and why training is important. » Read More...