Honda plants in Canada to return to normal production after cuts due to Thailand flooding
Honda says it will ramp up production at its North American plants — including its major assembly operations in central Ontario — due to an improvement in the overall parts supply shortage caused by flooding in Thailand. Learn more.
Labour productivity up in all provinces and Nunavut in 2010: StatsCan
Labour productivity in the business sector increased in every province and in Nunavut in 2010, thanks to increased activity in manufacturing, among other industries. Get the details.
Company and supervisor fined $171,000 after worker injured
A provider of warehousing, packaging and transportation services was fined $160,000 for a violation of the Occupational Health and Safety Act after a worker was injured. A supervisor was fined $11,000 in relation to the same incident. Learn more.
Canadian wage gains continue to fall, workers falling behind inflation: report
Canadian workers are failing to keep up with the rising costs of living as real wages continue to fall dramatically, new data from Statistics Canada shows. Learn more.
New aerospace centre to study recycling aircraft parts opens in Quebec
A new aerospace research and training centre dedicated to finding ways to recycle materials from old aircraft is now in operation in St. Hubert, Que. Learn more.
Datalogic to acquire Accu-Sort Systems
Datalogic has entered into an agreement to acquire Accu-Sort Systems Inc., a supplier of automatic identification products in the United States. Learn more.