Aiming to up the ranks of women in welding trades, the CWB Welding Foundation is launching a multi-week pre-employment welding course for about 180 women across Canada.
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Manufacturing machinery in Canada is rapidly advancing as the industry continues to embrace and implement new technologies.
As the manufacturing industry advances in Ontario, attending industry events in Toronto is essential to keep up with new technologies.
The Ontario government is working for workers by investing an additional $90 million in the Skills Development Fund (SDF) to support innovative training projects that upskill workers and
Canada has always had a prominent industrial sector, with manufacturing in Toronto, Ontario, continuing to drive growth in the industry.
Manufacturing industries in Canada contribute to more than $600 billion in sales, accounting for nearly 2 million jobs and more than 10% of gross domestic product (GDP).
The Southeastern Ontario Angel Network has partnered with Launch Lab to create a powerhouse of possibilities for high-potential startups.
Machine tool trade shows bring together experts, suppliers and buyers from the machine tools and tooling industry.
Fleming College and Ontario Tech University have been awarded funding from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) to collaborate on a three-year research project
Canadian manufacturing companies are adopting Industry 4.0 and implementing smart technologies throughout operations.