Canada’s new manufacturing era trades dusty factories and assembly lines for state-of-the-art facilities, technology and research and development. It’s an emerging field that includes robotics,
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Cybercrimes continue unabated, with new reports of hacks coming at a breakneck pace from all over the globe. This is as true for manufacturers as it is for governments, educational institutions,
The Ontario government is investing $10 million in auto parts companies through the Ontario Automotive Modernization Program (O-AMP). O-AMP provides targeted support to help auto parts
There is not a lot that all manufacturers of every type and size have in common, but all struggle with same challenge—the skills gap and a changing workforce. John Hindman, Director, Learning and
Improving gender diversity in Ontario’s manufacturing sector is not just a moral imperative, but an economic one, concludes a new report by the Trillium Network for Advanced Manufacturing.
COVID-19: What locally-made PPE means for Canadian manufacturing. Though the pandemic has become the world’s dominant health concern, it may catalyze recovery from some of the economic
Latest software increases speed and usability, improves connectivity and AM capabilities With CAD/CAM software, machine operators and manufacturing engineers are always looking for the latest
Canadian factory activity expanded at its fastest pace on record in December as new orders and production climbed, while manufacturers grew more optimistic that output would continue to rise in
Canadian manufacturing activity expanded for the fifth straight month in November as output and new orders climbed. “Latest survey data shows encouraging signs at the Canadian manufacturing
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