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Ont. adds $766M in new program spending using its contingency funds

About half of that is to develop industrial land for large-scale manufacturing, with money also going toward policing, flood protection in Toronto, affordable housing in Ottawa and Ontario's wine sector.

Cdn. economists expect a rise in inflation as prices fluctuate

But economists expected the victory against high inflation to be short-lived, as underlying price pressures suggest it will take some time for inflation to return to the two per cent target.

Federal government invests in dairy mfg.

This support will enable Fromagerie L'Ancêtre to acquire ripening, cutting, and packaging facilities and new packaging equipment to improve the quality of its products.


Vancouver Island University invests in new skilled trades program

The program, which is tuition-free thanks to a $1-million provincial investment, is a collaboration between VIU’s trades programs and the Faculty of Academic and Career Preparation. » Read More...

OTTO Motors' robot wins a Gold Stevie® Award

The OTTO Lifter was awarded for its advancement in autonomous material handling solutions, addressing the challenges of labor shortages, safety, and productivity in manufacturing and warehouse facilities worldwide. » Read More...

Summit Nanotech and Power Minerals partner in lithium production

Companies partner to produce lithium via joint asset ownership at the Salar de Incahuasi to strengthen global lithium supply to EV manufacturers » Read More...


[SPONSORED] AI: Empowering the manufacturing workforce of the future

For manufacturers, the introduction of AI will reshape the source of value creation, the formation of new business models and the delivery of value-added services such as mass customization and predictive maintenance. » 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. » Listen Here...


The shift from owning to renting goods is ushering in a new era of consumerism

The term “sharing economy” came into use after the 2007 financial crisis as people sought alternative ways to access goods and services, but started gaining more widespread usage in 2010 and 2011. » Read More...


Cargojet reports Q2 profit and revenue down from year ago mark

The air cargo company said Monday its profit amounted to $1.68 per diluted share for the quarter ended June 30, down from $8.20 per diluted share a year earlier. » Read More...

Minister launches review of B.C. port strike case to uncover ‘structural issues’

In a written statement released Wednesday through social media platform X, formerly known as Twitter, O’Regan said officials will immediately begin by reviewing reports on previous, similar disputes. » Read More...