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Government of Canada invests up to $7 million in electric vehicles

March 10, 2017

The Canadian government was to expand the number of zero emission vehicles in Canada and it's investing up to $7 million to develop advanced electric vehicle charging stations across the country.

Read more: Canadian government invests $7 M in electric vehicles

Samuel Son & Co.'s Canadian location

March 7, 2017

Samual Son and Co. Ltd. is moving into the metal additive manufacturing business with its plan to purchase Burloak Technologies, based in Dundas, ON.

Read more: Samuel Son and Co. purchases metal additive firm

Latest figures show Canada's economic performance strongest in two years

March 1, 2017

Canada's economic performance has hit a new high with the latest figures indicating that manufacturing performance is the strongest since 2014.

Read more: Canadian manufacturing sees strongest performance since 2014

$1.7+ investment in Quebec manufacturing. Image: File Photo

March 1, 2017

The Federal government, via the Canada Economic Development for the Quebec Regions (CED), is investing more than $1.7 million in five Quebec manufacturing companies.

Read more: $1.7 M+ for manufacturing innovation in Quebec

Skills Ontario Competition: Image Trillium Lakelands District School Board

February 23, 2017

Skills Ontario will receive a $100,000 investment from Magna International in support of the 2017 Skills Ontario Competition, Skills Ontario Young Women’s Initiatives, and Skills Ontario Summer Camps.

Read more: Magna International supports skilled trades

$18.2 million for automotive innovation funding

February 16, 2017


Two Canadian companies will receive funding totalling $18.2 million to develop innovations that have the potential to make cars lighter, more fuel efficient and better performing.

Read more: $18.2 M in fed funding for automotive innovation

GE Aviation's Bromont, QC plant

February 16, 2017

GE Canada has announced it plans to invest $238 million in its Quebec subsidiary, GE Aviation, to modernize its plant in Bromont, QC.

Read more: GE Canada investing $238 M in automation at Quebec plant

Jeff Nesbitt is the new Canadian sales manager for Vero Software

February 16, 2017

Vero Software has hired a new sales manager, Jeff Nesbitt, to support sales of the Vero solutions throughout Canada.

Read more: Jeff Nesbitt new Canadian sales manager for Vero

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