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  • Canadian Manufacturing Article

    Americans think Canada is key to economic recovery

    September 21, 2010 by CanadianManufacturing.com Staff

    WASHINGTON: In a recent poll by the Canadian American Business Council (CABC), Americans ranked their economic relationship with Canada as the most important when compared with other countries. “This latest round of polling is evidence that its a consistent belief

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    New project to create national energy framework

    September 15, 2010 by Erika Beauchesne

    Montreal, Que: Environmentalists and engineers are teaming up on a $2.5-million project to develop a sustainable energy strategy for Canada. The Trottier Energy Futures Project will identify energy systems that could be implemented between now and 2050 to reduce the

  • Canadian Manufacturing Article

    Steelworkers say bad trade policy allowed BC plant closure

    September 10, 2010 by CanadianManufacturing.com Staff

    BURNABY, BC: The United Steelworkers (USW) say bad trade policy allowed the Denver-based Ball Corp., a supplier of rigid metal packaging products, to decide to close its Richmond, BC fish can plant. Ball has informed the union, which represents trades

  • Canadian Manufacturing Article

    Knowledge is the new horsepower

    June 8, 2010 by Canadian Manufacturing Daily Staff

    OTTAWA: The pace of economic development in Asia and South America and the new economic power attached to it offer Canada a chance to lead and prosper, states a new report commissioned by the Canadian International Council. The report outlines

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    Aggressively seek trade with Asia: EDC

    June 1, 2010 by CanadianManufacturing.com Staff

    VANCOUVER: Export Development Canada (EDC) says Canadian businesses must be aggressive in increasing exports to and investments in emerging Asian economies if we are to exceed expected short-term growth rates. EDC president and CEO Eric Siegel says Canada’s trade and

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    Keeping an eye on nano

    February 17, 2010 by Noelle Stapinsky, Features Editor

    As the development and use of nanomaterials grows rapidly worldwide, so do concerns about worker and user safety. Already there are more than 600 nano-based consumer products, but little is known about the material’s tiny particles or how they affect

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    Time to revitalize manufacturing

    October 28, 2009 by Michael Ouellette

    It’s no secret the manufacturing sector in Canada is at a tipping point. It has been the story all year—no new orders, gutted employment rosters, new projects and investments put on hold and markets shrinking to where they sat in