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Ont. promotes manufacturing sector during trade mission to Texas

The province’s delegation, which included several Ontario organizations, met with leading companies in the automotive and technology sectors to promote the province.

Empire Company Ltd. reports $125.7M in net earnings as it rebounds from cyberattack

The grocery chain operator says the cyberattack that shut down its pharmacy services and hampered self-checkout machines, gift card use and the redemption of loyalty points resulted in a $15 million hit to its earnings.

Ontarians show strong support for generic medicines sector according to Nanos Research

Nanos poll finds 87 percent of Ontarians believe government should prioritize policies to strengthen domestic generic pharmaceutical industry.


The Art and Science of Communicating with the Hourly Manufacturing Workforce

Clear, timely, and meaningful communication can impact productivity, safety, teamwork, conflict resolution, and engagement. Conversely, poor communication can be costly — resulting in lower productivity, quality issues, and customer dissatisfaction. In manufacturing, where hourly workers account for 78% of the workforce on average, communication is especially challenging. They may not have a company email address or ready access to a computer at work. This can make it challenging to engage in timely, ongoing communication with employees and foster a sense of community that drives engagement and loyalty. Discover the top barriers to effective communication, and how to overcome them.
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The Alberta Plastics Recycling Association hosts inaugural circular plastics day to promote sustainability

The event was hosted in partnership with NAIT with the focus on addressing key issues and opportunities around development of Alberta’s plastics circular economy. » Read More...

TMC Enters into MOU with PAMCO to evaluate the processing of polymetallic nodules into battery metal feedstocks

Under the MOU, PAMCO will undertake studies to estimate the cost of processing polymetallic nodules through existing facilities. » Read More...

The BC Used Oil Management Association promotes their circular economy program

BCUOMA has been establishing used oil material and by-product recycling programs across B.C. for years. » Read More...


What are the best ways to reduce food processing waste in manufacturing?

Food manufacturers can communicate with supply chains to see what communities or sectors could use leftovers. » Read More...


Advance: Women in Manufacturing 2023 powering the journey of women

The half-day virtual summit explored strategies to help women power their journey in Canada’s manufacturing industry. » Read More...


Fearmongering about people fleeing disasters is a dangerous and faulty narrative

Instead of using the language of a looming future crisis, or deploying alarming statistics, policymakers should adopt value-based language when they talk about climate- and disaster-induced displacement. » Read More...


Endress+Hauser new regional logistics hub

Endress+Hauser has opened a new 48,000 square-foot regional logistics hub in Indianapolis, Indiana. » Read More...

Canada Post to use EVs at its Nanaimo depot

A total of 14 fully electric cargo vans for collection and delivery services will be replacing internal combustion engine vehicles currently in use. » Read More...