As assembly in Canada evaporates, program contributors must look outside physical borders
The manufacturing sector needs to become more transparent if it wants to entice young people into the skilled trades, and ultimately into factory jobs four panelists agreed yesterday morning during at discussion at the 2013 Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS).
The keynote speaker opening CMTS 2013 says its high time we start protecting our best economic player.
The former Ontario MPP will reinforce the essential role manufacturing plays in establishing the economic health and well-being of a country
Check out photos from the show floor on day 3 of CMTS 2011
Check out these great pictures of CMTS 2011 day 2 provided by SME Canada
Check out these videos of the latest manufacturing technologies from the show floor at CMTS 2011
Dragon’s Den celeb Kevin O’Leary had some advice for manufacturers at CMTS on Monday: Invest, lobby and look abroad.
Day 1 featured Kevin O’Leary as the show’s keynote speaker and a number of amazing product demos, captured here in photos
TORONTO—The Canadian Manufacturing Technology Show (CMTS) got off to a great start with keynote speaker Kevin O’Leary making the case for success. Keep checking this page for routine updates. Don’t forget to follow CanadianManufacturing.com on twitter [@CMO_FRASERS] for live reporting…