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News
September 15, 2020  

Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up seven per cent in July

(CP) OTTAWA – Canadian manufacturing sales climbed for a

News
September 15, 2020  

Canada hopes to avert new U.S. tariff war, but stands ready to fire: Champagne

(CP) WASHINGTON – Canada’s foreign affairs minister says the

News
September 15, 2020  

Osisko Gold reports Stornoway’s Renard diamond mine to restart this month

(CP) MONTREAL – The Renard diamond mine in northern

News
September 11, 2020  

Alaska pilot sentenced for lying to accident investigators

(AP) ANCHORAGE – An Alaska pilot convicted of lying

News
September 11, 2020  

Biden visits manufacturing heartland to curry favour with blue collar voters

(CP) WASHINGTON – Joe Biden ventured into America’s hard-hit

News
September 11, 2020  

Iamgold bolsters its financial resources while building US$1.3 billion gold mine

(CP) TORONTO – Analysts say Iamgold Corp. is well

News
September 11, 2020  

GM to make electric vehicle, supply batteries for Nikola

(AP) DETROIT – General Motors announced its second major

News
September 11, 2020  

Uber unveils Canadian commitments to reach goal of being emission free by 2040

(CP) TORONTO – Uber Technologies Inc. is launching a

News
September 11, 2020  

Ford Motor to face off with union as labour negotiators narrow focus

(CP) TORONTO – Ford Motor Co. will be the

News
September 8, 2020  

Canadian economy added 246,000 jobs in August, unemployment rate 10.2%

(CP) OTTAWA – The pace of gains in Canada’s

News
September 8, 2020  

Canada not on pace to meet target to cut methane emissions by 2025

OTTAWA – Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson is open to

News
September 8, 2020  

Honda and GM to Form Strategic North American Alliance

General Motors and Honda have signed a non-binding memorandum

Feature
September 7, 2020  

OPINION: Changing Times Showcase Industry’s Adaptability

EDITOR’S NOTEBOOK (September 2020 issue of MRO Magazine) In

News
September 7, 2020  

Survey: US factories grow in August for third straight month

(AP) WASHINGTON – American factories expanded last month at

News
September 7, 2020  

Company behind tariffs on Canadian aluminum confronts critics in Canada, U.S.

(CP) WASHINGTON – Aluminum industry advocates from Canada and

News
September 7, 2020  

Hot tub heist: RCMP investigate spas stolen from Alberta manufacturing site

(CP) THORSBY, Alta. – Mounties in central Alberta are

News
September 7, 2020  

United plans to furlough 16,000 workers, fewer than expected

(AP) United Airlines said Wednesday it plans to furlough

Feature
September 1, 2020  

A Unique Twist for the Old Taste Buds

Germans love big salty, soft-breaded pretzels. In the south of Germany, a freshly baked pretzel with butter and the aroma of freshly brewed coffee is a must on any breakfast table. Achieving the perfect shape, a symmetrically twisted pretzel, usually involves a lot of painstaking manual labour.

News
September 1, 2020  

General Motors Invests in St. Catharines Plant

General Motors Canada and its partners are investing $28

Feature
September 1, 2020  

From Theft Prevention to Quality Control: How IOT-Based Surveillance Can Help

It was a food and beverage manufacturer’s worst nightmare; $187,000 worth of product stolen in plain sight. It happened at a Tavistock dairy plant in 2019, when a man presented what appeared to be legitimate paperwork for a large quantity of cheese to be loaded onto a truck, and delivered to New Brunswick. It wasn’t until the delivery failed to arrive at the location that they realized the cheese was stolen.