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Auto manufacturers make price cuts, but affordability still an issue for EVs: analysts

Big price cuts aren't likely in the offering any time soon though for gas-powered vehicles because manufacturers are still just chipping away at the parts shortages.


Canadian defence and innovation minsters team up to sell cross-border collaboration with the U.S.

Minister Champagne is overseeing the rapid expansion of Canada's nascent foray into critical minerals, a vital component of high-tech military equipment.


Small businesses call on Visa, Mastercard, government to lower credit card processing rates to no more than 1 per cent of the sale

New petition calls for immediate action to lower fees.


 
 
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Saskatchewan agtech start-up aims to build farmer confidence

Raised on the family farm, Kyle Folk says there’s no better place to start an agtech company than Saskatchewan.

Folk’s venture, Ground Truth Ag, uses machine-vision cameras and near-infrared spectrometers mounted on a combine, measuring grain quality as it passes through.

At harvest, producers send grain samples to prospective buyers, and often, the farmer is left guessing the quality of their sample when it’s sent.

“Producers deal with enough risks that are out of their control so anytime they can mitigate or eliminate certain uncontrollable factors, we’re excited to offer that.” 

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EverWind Fuels receives environmental approval for green hydrogen project

EverWind remains on track to deliver green ammonia to German off-takers, E.ON and Uniper, by 2025. » Read More...
 
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Intellijoint Surgical looking to expand their OEM business with new robotic partners

Accelus experienced growth in 2022 through the Remi Robotic Navigation System and their FlareHawk portfolio of multidirectional expandable implants. » Read More...
 
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Cariboo Pulp & Paper announces planned curtailment in April and in their third quarter

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Top 3 automation technologies that can improve sheet metal processing

Automation technologies such as fuel cell automation, automated storage and retrieval systems, and flexible mobile robots, can help manufacturers improve their operations. » Read More...

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More about reshoring, less about China: Canada’s critical minerals strategy

Canadian Manufacturing sat down with Jared Connors, ESG & Responsible Sourcing specialist and expert at Assent, to talk about Canada’s critical minerals strategy » Read More...

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Twitter’s new data fees leave scientists scrambling for funding – or cutting research

Twitter has announced that it will allow bots that it deems provide beneficial content to continue unpaid access to the API, and that the company will offer a “paid basic tier,” but it’s unclear whether those will be helpful to researchers. » Read More...

 
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Spanish PM urges end to EU reliance on imported food, energy

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez on Monday urged the European Union to “reindustrialize” to end its reliance on energy, microchips and food from outside the bloc and to learn the lessons of shortages provoked by the COVID-19 pandemic and war in Ukraine. » Read More...

Renault, Nissan reboot auto alliance for post Ghosn era

Automakers Renault and Nissan on Monday formalized their reboot of a relationship that had grown rocky, culminating in the spectacular fall of top executive Carlos Ghosn, who had led successful turnarounds at both companies before his arrest and daring escape. » Read More...