View As Webpage | View Archives | Email a Friend

October 25, 2018

CBSA, Montreal port tests blockchain to tug shipping into digital age

But data sharing depends on co-operation among competitors and security remains an open question.

Bank of Canada raises rate, signals future hikes could arrive sooner

The rate is now higher than it's been in about a decade.

Tesla delivers on Elon Musk's 3Q profit pledge

The company earned US$311.5 million during the three months ending in September.

Apple CEO backs privacy laws, warns data being 'weaponized'

Tim Cook applauded EU authorities for bringing in a strict new data privacy law in May, the GDPR.

Sponsored Spotlight 

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. » Read More
Need to Know 

Soot-filled rivers mark the need for a national wildfire strategy

Wildfires have a dire impact on water quality. » Read more

Online election snafus in dozens of Ontario communities raise systemic questions

51 municipalities using Denver, Colo.-based Dominion Voting Systems had problems. » Read more

Efforts to suck carbon from air must be ramped up: US report

A new US report says to plant more trees and manage forests better, conserve soils, and capture carbon. » Read more

Achieve efficiency with alignment: All departments working together

Realize improved performance of assets while reducing costs is the objective. » Read more

Feds face calls to open Saudi deal after PM says cancelling would cost taxpayers

General Dynamics Land Systems, of London, Ont., is building light-armoured vehicles for the Saudis. The Kingdom's alleged involvement in the murder of a journalist has invoked calls to scrap the deal » Read more

Buckle up: Wall Street volatility is back with a vengeance

Stocks have swooned over the last three weeks as investors worried about rising interest rates and trade tensions » Read more

‘Highly respected’ mediator called in as postal workers keep Toronto plants shut

Labour Minister Patty Hajdu announced the appointment of Morton Mitchnick, a senior arbitrator and mediator » Read more

Five top questions about federal carbon tax and how it affects you

Learn more about the feds' sweeping initiative » Read more
ADM Show - BB3

Physical Asset Management Program

November 05 - 09, 2018
Location: Toronto
» Read More


November 06 - 08, 2018
Location: Atlanta, GA
» Read More