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April 30, 2020  

Bombardier to recall 11,000 workers as Quebec prepares to reopen economy

MONTREAL – Bombardier Inc. says 11,000 furloughed employees will

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April 30, 2020  

Ford burns up billions of dollars in 1Q, posts $2B net loss

(AP) DETROIT – The coronavirus crisis is forcing Ford

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April 30, 2020  

Boeing to cut 10% of work force as 1Q revenue, profit slide

(AP) Boeing outlined plans Wednesday to cut 10% of

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April 30, 2020  

China’s manufacturing weaker in April as virus hurts exports

(AP) BEIJING – China’s manufacturing activity weakened in April

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April 30, 2020  

Anticipating N95 mask shortage, hospital turns to full face snorkel masks

TORONTO – Limited supplies of N95 masks have one

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April 30, 2020  

OPINION: The New Normal

EDITOR’S LETTER (April 2020 issue of MRO Magazine) Since

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April 30, 2020  

CTMA Makes Appointments

The Canadian Tooling & Machining Association (CTMA) has named

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April 27, 2020  

Maintenance Management Amid Covid-19

Recently, MRO Magazine held a webinar exploring how organizations

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April 27, 2020  

Honda Production Update

Honda suspended its production plants in March, it now

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April 27, 2020  

Toyota to Resume Manufacturing Operations in North American

Toyota plans to resume its North American manufacturing operations

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April 27, 2020  

Alberta unveils process for paying out $1 billion in oilfield cleanup grants

CALGARY – Oilfield services companies in Alberta will be

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April 27, 2020  

Trans Mountain, LNG Canada say they are on track despite pandemic

VANCOUER – Energy projects like an LNG Canada export

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April 27, 2020  

Boeing ends its deal with Brazilian jet maker Embraer

CHICAGO – Boeing has terminated an agreement to join

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April 27, 2020  

Volunteers use 3D printers to make personal protective equipment during pandemic

TORONTO – Groups of volunteers across Canada are using

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April 27, 2020  

GM Canada Plans to Make Face Masks in Oshawa

General Motors Canada is preparing parts of its Oshawa

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April 24, 2020  

COVID 19 worries are starting to ease for some businesses in Canada

TORONTO – When COVID-19 started sweeping across Canada, Pete

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April 24, 2020  

Despite risks, auto workers step up to make medical gear

(AP) DETROIT – Cindy Parkhurst could have stayed home

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April 24, 2020  

Investigation finds high water linked to fatal train derailment in Manitoba

WINNIPEG – A Transportation Safety Board investigation into a

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April 20, 2020  

AMD Medicom to open mask factory in Montreal, will create 33 permanent jobs

MONTREAL – AMD Medicom Inc. says it will open

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April 20, 2020  

Plants ‘operating 24/7’ to meet consumer demand for food amid COVID 19

Campbell Soup Company’s production goes into overdrive during what