Our fifth annual Canadian Manufacturing Study
Is Canada headed for another recession? And how does your company’s performance stack up to other Canadian manufacturers?
Following the release of a recent Labour Force Survey, we provide you with four tips on how to survive in the current economy.
While Europe offers a clear direction when it comes to machine safety standards, North America does not. The onus, therefore, is on Canadian manufacturers to make sure they're keeping their employees safe.
In our June cover story, MA`s editorial board discusses ways in which manufacturers can make the most of the economic recovery. Here`s a sneak peak of what they had to say.
Manufacturing AUTOMATION showcases the latest products featured at the Machine Automation Safety Congress
By switching from analog to digital metering solutions, Firestone Textiles in Woodstock, Ont. was able to cut down on its energy usage and shave thousands off of its energy bills. For more energy management tips and tricks, check out the upcoming May issue of Manufacturing AUTOMATION. [More]
Future bright for Canadian manufacturers; The secret to Toyota's recovery; and more...
The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology is poised to launch students - and Canada's manufacturing sector - into the future with the country's first nanotechnology diploma
By removing red tape from the investment process, the Feds may have made Canada's manufacturers more attractive to investors
Latest headlines: Latest surveys show sense of optimism in manufacturing in 2010
Conference Board gives Canada a D for innovation, and the Machine Automation Safety Congress returns in May
A new GM/UOIT automotive research centre is under construction in Oshawa, and the federal government extends tax relief for machinery purchases.
Editor Andre Voshart explains how easy it is to get our print edition.
Latest headlines: GM boosting production, PROFIenergy, and James Cameron at SolidWorks World
New partnership between Magna and the NRC will support the Canadian auto industry in developing next-gen vehicles with lighter, more durable parts.
Latest headlines: Toyota boosts production in Ontario, and Ottawa fast-tracks foreign-trained professionals.
Innovative manufacturers will benefit from a $12-million investment in the AIME Initiative, reopening the application process until Jan. 15, 2010.
Our experts look at the technologies and trends to watch for in 2010.
Advanced Design & Manufacturing (ADM) Canada
June 4-6, 2019
Western Manufacturing Technology Show
June 4-6, 2019
PDTA Canadian Conference
June 5-7, 2019
APMA Annual Conference & Exhibition 2019
June 12, 2019
Avnet IoT Workshop
June 16, 2019
Product Safety & Liability Prevention Seminar
August 7-8, 2019