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Captured CO2 to supply Quebec greenhouse project

CO2 Solutions technology will deliver carbon dioxide from a pulp mill to grow vegetables. » Read More

Steam pipe explosion at Chinese power station kills 21

Cause of the explosion in Danyang is being investigated. » Read More

Clinton’s US election fight focuses on economy

She’ll portray Trump’s plans as handouts for the rich » Read More

PLANT launches its 2017 Executive Outlook survey

Be part of this important study of Canadian manufacturing trends. » Read More

Is BMW bashing Tesla in this ridiculous commercial? [VIDEO]

German car-maker really doesn't want buyers waiting around for the affordable Model 3. » Read More

EV sales hitting records but far surpassed by non-electric cars

Plug-in electric cars still only account for less than 0.30% of all vehicles sold in Canada. » Read More

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Ontario: follow Michigan’s lead to boost manufacturing

Fraser Institute study outlines measures the Wolverine State since 2011 for a rebound in jobs and growth. » Read More

Want to see more electric vehicles on the road?

Report says Canadians are looking for cash rebates and tax incentives. » Read More

Global oil demand to cool amid weaker economy: IEA

International Energy Agency lowers its demand forecast to 1.2 million bpd. » Read More

Based on four remaining years for a group of coal power contracts that companies are trying to terminate.

Study says return of Alberta power contracts to cost $600M » Read More
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MainTrain 2016

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


Sept. 27, 2016
Location: Kitchener, Ont. » Read more