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Unifor and the Detroit Three to kick off automotive mfg. contract talks

Unifor says priorities include improvements to pensions and wage packages, clarity around transition issues related to the shift to electric vehicle production and firming up the automakers' investment and production commitments.

Cascades shutters its St. Helens plant

Cascades will work closely with the 75 employees affected to reduce the impact of this announcement and will attempt to relocate those who wish to its other business units.

Federal Labour Minister launches review of resolved B.C. port strike

Terms of the deal ratified by both the union and the BC Maritime Employers Association released by the CIRB this week included a commitment by employers to train workers to perform maintenance on new equipment.


Taiga begins deliveries of the Orca Performance personal watercraft

The Orca Performance is made in Canada. »

PortsToronto launches Canadian debut of WasteShark aquadrone

Two WasteShark aquadrones join PortsToronto's network of Seabins in capturing floating debris and small plastic pollution from the surface of the water. » Read More...

Shoppers Drug Mart launches sustainable beauty products

New products launching from Quo Beauty are designed to eliminate more plastic waste. » 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...


Why the growth of AI in making art won’t eliminate artists

AI music will be a mashup of what is already out there. It will require the collaboration of human artists to point it in novel directions and determine whether the output is even worthwhile. » 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...

Number of Americans applying for jobless aid rises, but not enough to cause concern

U.S. applications for unemployment benefits rose by 21,000 to 248,000 for the week ending August 5, from 227,000 the week before, the Labor Department reported Thursday. That’s the most in five weeks. » Read More...