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Laura Rourke

September 2, 2015

Creating a health and safety program that fits your shop’s needs

Read more: Keeping the doctor away

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September 1, 2015

by Tim Wilson

Getting approval to machine aerospace parts worth the effort

Read more: Your business: Certified to fly

Canada’s Trade with China (C$)

July 28, 2015

by Tim Wilson

Opportunities abound if businesses can overcome challenges

Read more: Manufacturing an export strategy

Mary Scianna

July 28, 2015

I met a manufacturer recently who didn’t have a web site for his company, nor was he set up on any social media sites to promote his business.

Read more: Is the internet of things working for manufacturers?

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May 12, 2015

by Tim Wilson

There’s a lot of talk these days about the need for Canada to educate more skilled tradespeople, and the role that individual businesses can play. The criticism is often that business doesn’t invest enough, but part of the problem is that they don’t know how to proceed. Assessment, after all, is crucial, yet metalworking shops have varying degrees of competency.

Read more: Skills training: Assess before you train

Mark Borkowski

May 12, 2015

Selling a family business is a major decision that some might be considering as the economy transitions from recession to recovery.

Read more: Selling Your Family Business

John Ripka

March 30, 2015

by John Ripka

If your punch press is not punching parts 100% of the time, it’s not making money

Read more: Efficient tool setup

Robert Fox

March 30, 2015

by Robert Fox

Getting the most out of metal-cored wires: So you’ve switched … now what?

Read more: Rethinking metal-cored wires

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