Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales climbed a record 20.7 per cent in June to $48.7 billion as production returned following widespread shutdowns earlier in the year.
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The Windsor-Essex COVID-19 Economic Task Force has developed a guidebook of “Cross-Border Tips for Manufacturing Sector Employees During COVID-19.”
In the July 2020 poll conducted by the Canadian Association of Moldmakers (CAMM) and Automate Canada, both based in Windsor, the consensus among manufacturing firms is that the mode has shifted
With the economy starting to re-open, Canada’s recovery has begun. However, any optimism about the end of the historic shutdown was tempered by practical considerations in an outlook
New program will promote the many world-class goods that are made across the province by helping consumers easily identify, access and purchase local products.
The Trillium Network for Advanced Manufacturing, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising public and investor awareness of Ontario’s advanced manufacturing ecosystem, has announced that
The Government of Canada today contracted General Motors of Canada to provide 10 million face masks over the next year with production to begin immediately.
Ever since the province put out a call to action in March for “made-in-Ontario solutions” for critical supply shortages, York Region companies have stepped up in droves to respond.
Sixty percent of local manufacturing companies surveyed plan to continue the production of medical materials or related services post COVID-19 pandemic.
As Canadians return to work, there is an increasing need to ensure employees have access to personal protective equipment (PPE) and other products to keep them safe from COVID-19 infection.