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Harvard unveils Octobot, the squishy robot [VIDEO]

The robot, which resembles a tiny octopus, is powered by chemical reactions within fluids inside. » Read More

Tesla unveils 100 kW battery for Model S, X vehicles

Musk says it's now the world's fastest production car; extends range to 315 miles. » Read More

Bruce Power partners with Ont. colleges for future workforce

Students will get certification and field/co-op experience with the nuclear power company. » Read More

Have the Trudeau Liberals dropped the ball on Ring of Fire?

Prime Minister’s comment sets off the Canadian Press Baloney Meter. » Read More

Five years after mine closure, Asbestos seeks new identity

A $50-million regional diversification fund will help attract new business. » Read More

Notley fires back at power companies in lawsuit

Alberta premiers accuses them of wanting a free ride. » Read More

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Economic advisers to meet Morneau to discuss Canada's weak growth

Rapidly aging population is one of the challenges that council members have been exploring. » Read More

Study casts doubts about enviro benefits of LNG export industry

LNG would reduce carbon emissions in parts of Asia, but would likely increase them in other potential markets. » Read More

Ontario considering changes to water-taking permits

The province charges businesses just $3.71 for every million litres of water. » Read More

Fort McMurray fire adds $500M to Alberta's projected deficit

Province revises projected deficit to $11 billion. » Read More

[FEATURE] Exporting: Just do it!

The polymer materials manufacturing from Elora, Ont. has a global reputation for quality and complete solutions. » Read More


MainTrain 2016

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


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