VIDEO: Siemens Canada launches three new product lines
Conference Board discusses future of manufacturing in Canada
After declining throughout the second half of last year, the Conference Board of Canada's Leading Indicator of Industry Profitability has yet to show any real signs of improvement. Does the manufacturing industry have a future in Canada? Click here to read what the Conference Board says.
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Manufacturing sales down in February: StatsCan
Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales declined 0.3 percent to $49.1 billion in February, following a decrease in January. Which sectors contributed to the drop?
GE inks deal to supply turbines to wind developer giant
NextEra Energy Canada, the largest generator of wind and solar power in North America, has selected GE advanced wind turbine technology for six new wind farms in Ontario. Learn more.
Ontario government launches Clean Energy Economic Development Strategy
The Ontario government has launched its Clean Energy Economic Development Strategy with the goal of creating more jobs in the clean energy sector. What are the priority areas? Click here to find out.
NAIT and Edmonton host first solar energy research project of its kind in Alberta
The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) and the city of Edmonton are collaborating on a solar energy research project that's evaluating the potential of the sun to produce green energy in Edmonton, one of the sunniest cities in Canada. Learn more.
Skills Canada signs another Premier Sponsor for the 2012 Skills Canada National Competition
Skills/Compétences Canada, a not-for-profit organization that actively promotes careers in skilled trades and technologies, has announced that the United Association of Journeymen and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry (UA) has signed on as a Premier Sponsor of the 2012 Skills Canada National Competition. Learn more.
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Feature: Energy Management
Sustainable metalworking: Why aren't more manufacturers using minimum quantity lubrication?
Metalworking operations have an obligation to develop sustainable manufacturing solutions. However, many manufacturers are still not taking the necessary steps to implement newer proven technologies that foster sustainability. Learn how minimum quantity lubrication can help.
Energy Management and Programmable Control
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Feature: Innovation through Automation
Feature: Process improvement
Imaginit's Scott Hale reveals how to identify and target inefficiencies within your design process, and yield productivity gains through automation.
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