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MAC contributes to Fort McMurray relief

The Mining Association of Canada, representing mining operations active in almost every Canadian jurisdiction, is making a contribution of $50,000 to the Red Cross in Alberta to support the families devastated by the wild fire that has ravaged Fort McMurray and surrounding areas. Make your donation here. » Read full article

Wildfire forces heart of Canada’s oilsands to scale back production

The wildfire raging through the heart of Canada’s oilsands capital dealt a blow to crude operations, with companies curtailing production or stopping it altogether. » Read full article

Earn while you learn: training in the machine, tool, die & mould sector

The Canadian Tooling & Machining Association (CTMA) is pleased to be continuing the innovative Introductory Trades Training Program to help employers create another 100+ new positions for youth who are ready to work in the MTDM industry. » Read full article

Suncor Energy provides RMWB operations update

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Business confidence in Canada falls to lowest levels since 2009

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AXYZ International releases a CNC Router Systems iBook

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NIMS adopts Common Employability Skills across credentialing programs

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How the CMMS impacts production line maintenance

Computerized maintenance programs are trending due to the efficiency they bring to the table by identifying bottlenecks of any process quickly and preventing problems before they even occur. Industrial plants can expect to observe significant process changes after a CMMS and performance management system implementation. The CMMS provides a preventive maintenance system, which enables its users to reduce repair costs and track potential problems that may arise due to damage or lack of maintenance. » read more
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PEMAC GTA Chapter meeting

Date: May 12, 2016
Location: Pickering, Ontario » more info

Ultrasound World XII

Date: May 10 - May 13, 2016
Location: Clearwater Beach, FL » more info

Euromaintenance 2016

Date: May 30 – June 1, 2016
Location: Athens, Greece » more info