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Ford rolls out exoskeleton wearable technology to Oakville

Employees in 15 plants globally to use the apparatus designed for performing repetitive overhead tasks.

Canada to review auto emissions as US moves to water regs down

Countries have been aligned on vehicle emissions for more than two decades.

Spat with Saudi Arabia: Freeland defends speaking up for human rights

Arab kingdom moves to freeze new trade deals; threaten Canada's $15-billion arms deal.

Plastic degrading in the ocean produces greenhouse gas: study

Canadian-led researchers in Hawaii found emissions phenomenon is intensified by sun exposure.

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AP FACT CHECK: Trump on steel mills, Russian hoax, NATO

Statements made by the US president in a week of puzzling disconnects and untruths. » Read more

Canada's June trade numbers strong despite US tariffs on metals

Smallest deficit since January 2017, fuelled by an increase in the value of total exports of 4.1%. » Read more

Triumph of the iPhone: Apple cracks trillion dollar mark

Apple secures top spot on the US stock market; Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft and Facebook fill out top five tech companies » Read more

Canadian M&A activity hits $93B so far this year

Cannabis, energy and real estate have driven the activity » Read more

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Sept. 24 - 27, 2018
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Physical Asset Management Program

November 05 - 09, 2018
Location: Toronto
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