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IKO’s Ontario-based asphalt shingle recycling line

Planning for the two-story 28,000 square feet Recycled Asphalt Shingles (RAS) facility began in late 2019.

Cdn. procurement chief wants defence firms to stop overpromising, underdelivering

Airbus and Sikorsky Helicopters have come under scrutiny as they have struggled to make good on their promises to deliver search-and-rescue airplanes and maritime-patrol helicopters.

Zoho Canada SMB report shows that 62% of Canadian SMBs are optimistic about the future

Staffing plans indicate that respondents are holding steady with 70.1% projecting no change in their hiring plans, 25.8% hiring, and only 4.1% anticipating layoffs.

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FedEx plans to reach carbon neutral operations by 2040

In total, the Canadian e-bike fleet has travelled over 50,000 kilometres – averting 14 tonnes of CO₂. » Read More...

GLS Canada adds electric trucks to its fleet

GLS Canada continues to work towards the ambition of zero emission as the recipient of the City of Montreal's Sustainable Development and Mobility Program. » Read More...

Magna has now produced half a million Mercedes G-Class vehicles

Half a million G-Class vehicles have rolled out of Graz. » Read More...
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Alexa Smart Properties for Hospitality launches in Canada, increasing productivity

Alexa Smart Properties is a set of technologies that property owners and managers can use to deploy and manage Alexa-enabled devices. » Read more...


[Podcast] Delta-Q’s Sarah McKinnon and Steve Blaine discuss battery charging and the EV transformation

The co-CEOs of Delta-Q Technologies, Sarah McKinnon and Steve Blaine, sit down with Canadian Manufacturing to discuss electric battery charging, and what's next for their organization in 2023. » Listen Here...


The mechanical challenges of PCBA manufacturing and assembly

Manufacturers rely heavily on automated equipment and robotic machinery to perform assembly tasks when it comes to creating circuit boards. » Read More...


Canada’s EV battery contract with Volkswagen could be worth more than $13 billion

German auto giant Volkswagen has secured an exclusive contract with Canada that could be worth more than $13 billion over the next 10 years to build an electric-vehicle battery plant in southwestern Ontario. » Read More...

PSAC strike could have domino effect for unionized workers: labour experts

If the current strike by thousands of public sector workers is successful, it could have a domino effect for unionized workers in other industries, labour experts said. » Read More...