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Cost of VW battery plant subsidy raises questions on necessity of securing it

The rising sticker shock of establishing a manufacturing base for electric vehicles is, depending on who you ask, either a worthy investment to secure the next generation of auto assembly or a sign that Canada should consider giving up the subsidy race and not worry so much about the sector in general.


GHD commits to set net-zero targets

In the coming months, GHD will work with SBTi to set a net-zero target, as well as near-term science-based targets, to reduce its value chain emissions in alignment with 1.5°C pathways.


Quebec government supports four mobilizing aerospace projects

The financial contributions total over $47.45 million.


 
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Are you making these common technology selection, adoption and implementation mistakes?

Selecting and implementing technology such as an ERP is a great way to digitally transform your manufacturing business, however, there are key considerations that can determine how successful your initiative will be. So, if you are considering buying your first ERP system, switching providers, or looking to maximize your existing investment, join us for this live webinar to learn about common pitfalls to avoid and essential business considerations that can ensure your tech adoption initiative is successful.

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Air Canada purchases 9.5M litres of sustainable aviation fuel

The 9.5 million litres of SAF will generate GHG reductions equaling approximately 23,500 tonnes of CO2e calculated with a full life cycle assessment, equivalent of GHG emissions absorbed by 28,000 acres of forest in one year. » Read More...
 
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WestJet Cargo and the GTA Group celebrate inauguration of dedicated freighter in Toronto

WestJet Cargo and the GTA Group's Toronto celebration is the first of three inaugural events, taking place across Canada, with events in Halifax and Vancouver, to follow, respectively. » Read More...
 
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Aecon releases annual sustainability report 'Building a Sustainable Future'

Aecon has adapted the structure of its business by establishing a single point of entry to its sustainability capabilities in three key areas – climate change adaption, pathways to net zero, and sustainable construction. » 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...

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[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...

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The WHO’s international pandemic treaty: Meaningful public engagement must inform Canada’s negotiations

Formal negotiations are underway to develop a pandemic treaty under the auspices of the World Health Organization (WHO): an international agreement setting out commitments by countries to collective action on future pandemic prevention, preparedness and response. » Read More...

 
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Statistics Canada says wholesale sales down 1.7% at $85.6B in February

Statistics Canada says wholesale sales fell 1.7 per cent to $85.6 billion in February after hitting a record high in January. » Read More...

Microsoft agrees to buy $50m Foxconn parcel in Wisconsin

Microsoft has agreed to buy a $50 million parcel of land in southeastern Wisconsin meant for Foxconn after the world’s largest electronics manufacturer failed to fulfill grandiose promises to build a massive facility that would employ thousands of workers. » Read More...