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Canadian turtle smuggler receives nearly 5 years in prison

Entered a guilty plea in December, hoped to be released after being locked up for 19 months. » Read full article

Faraday aims to start Nevada electric car plant by 2018

State has pledged up to $335 million worth of incentives for the project. » Read full article

Alberta braces for $10B in red ink as budget unveiled

Budget to include updated details on job creation and economic diversification strategies. » Read full article

Calgary office vacancies hit 33 year high

Rate in Q1 almost twice as high as 11.8% in the same period a year ago. » Read full article

Central bank boosts 2016 growth outlook after federal spending

Now predicting GDP of 1.7% in 2016, up from its January expectation of 1.4%. » Read full article

Demand for new, lower-priced Tesla Model 3 is wild

…But limited to tech savvy, environmentally conscious early adopters. » Read full article

Your participation in the 2016 EMC-PLANT salary survey is vital!

Your salary information, kept strictly confidential, will help us compare manufacturing remuneration to industry averages. » Read full article
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Exair - Line Vac™

Line Vac™

Convey parts, materials, waste - with no moving parts!
A fast, low cost way to convey:
• Plastic pellets
• Scrap trim
• Bulk solids
• Food products
• Much more

EXAIR's compressed air operated Line Vac connects to standard hose or tube to create a powerful in-line conveyor. The compact design features large throat diameters for maximum throughput capability.
Line Vac conveyors are ideal for moving large volumes of material over long distances. A small amount of compressed air is injected through directed nozzles to produce a vacuum on one end and high output flows on the other, with instantaneous response.
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IMF says fragile global economy needs fiscal support

Encouraging governments to invest in public infrastructure as Canada is doing. » Read full article

Canada EU trade barbs in visa dispute

Canada and the European Union traded barbs in their long-running visa dispute, escalating their brinkmanship as a key deadline in the impasse came and went without a resolution. » Read full article

UN climate panel to explore 1.5˚C warming goal

Temperatures have already risen almost 1˚C since humans started burning fossil fuels. » Read full article

Moving your production line?

Watch for disruptions to systems that could lead to glitches or failures. » Read full article

Canada at war: highlights from PLANT in the 1940s

With the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939, Canada was challenged to create a strong industrial base almost from scratch. » Read full article
CarrLane - Fast Fixturing

Levco - Clean Air

Partners in Prevention 2016

April 26-27, 2016
Location: Toronto, ON » more info

EMC/NRCAN Energy Summit 2016

May 17-18, 2016
Location: Niagara Falls, ON » more info

MainTrain 2016

Sept. 19-22, 2016
Location: Toronto » more info