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CFIB wants CEBA loan repayment deadline extended as businesses struggle

CFIB president Dan Kelly says high interest rates, inflation and labour costs are making it difficult for small businesses to keep their heads above water.

Canola industry worried about export access to China after diplomatic disagreement

China's block on canola shipments took a toll on the industry as the value of Canadian canola exports dropped from $2.8 billion in 2018 to $1.8 billion in 2021.

Canada keeping a close on standoff over U.S. debt limit

Canadian companies and institutions that sell products or services or lend money to the U.S. government would feel the impact of a default almost instantly.

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Western Retail Lumber Association launches their 'Let's Go Build' recruitment campaign

The 'Let's Go Build' website will be a dedicated hub that will address job seekers' queries about these industries and clear misperceptions. » Read More...

Locus Robotics expands partnership with DHL Supply Chain

The deal is for a fleet of autonomous mobile robotics, and DHL will deploy 5,000 Locus Origin AMRs across its global network of warehouses and distribution centres. » Read More...

GreenPower EV Star Cab & Chassis wins award from Green Car Journal

The all-electric, purpose-built, zero-emission EV Star Cab & Chassis is the basis of GreenPower's product line. » Read More...


[PODCAST] BlackBerry’s Shishir Singh, Executive VP and CTO talks cybersecurity for manufacturers

BlackBerry's CTO, Cybersecurity at BlackBerry, Shishir Singh talks about the upcoming cybersecurity challenges for manufacturers in 2023 and what the best defence is. » Listen here...


ESA compliance: What employers need to know about wages and laws for manufacturing workers

Many employers in the manufacturing industry regularly violate the Ontario Employment Standards Act, 2000 (“ESA”), knowingly or unknowingly. » Read More...


The Michael Chong affair reveals the federal government’s national security incompetence

By targeting Chong’s family, China would “make an example” of an MP who expressed views in Parliament that angered Beijing. » Read More...


Chocolate factory workers in Pennsylvania say they smelled ‘rotten eggs’ before blast

About 70 Palmer production workers and 35 office staff were working in two adjacent buildings at the time of the March 24 blast, according to the agency’s report, and employees in both buildings told federal investigators they’d smelled gas. » Read More...

Why Cleantech need a customer-centric culture

Cleantech is a relatively new sector that is experiencing significant growth. To continue that expansion, we must put our customers’ needs, demands, and expectations first. » Read More...