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Maple Leaf CEO's Iran plane crash comments unprecedented: experts

McCain `very angry' that a colleague's wife and child were among 57 Canadians killed when the aircraft was shot down.

Promised 25% wireless rate cut is on top of recent reductions: Bains

Rate reductions mandated to achieve over the next two years will be measured starting after the Oct. 21 election.

Fatality in wood drying kiln leads to $225,000 fine

Wood flooring manufacturer failed to ensure an employee door could be opened from inside the kiln once the door latched closed.

PHOTOS from the Consumer Electronics Show 2020

CES was held Jan. 7 to 10 in Las Vegas and Canadian Manufacturing was there. Check out the highlights!

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Manufacturing Roadshow 2020: Don't get left behind

Company owners and senior executives will learn how Industry 4.0 and digital transformation will help them to stay competitive. » Read more

Transportation innovator: Thordon Bearings founder joins global luminaries

Sandy Thomson is recognized for his polymer bearing innovations. » Read more

Bank of Canada survey suggests business confidence up

Outside of energy-producing regions, reports of improved indicators of future sales are widespread. » Read more

Meng Wanzhou’s misrepresentations to bank would be crime in Canada: Crown

The U.S. alleges Meng lied about Huawei's relationship with its Iran-based affiliate Skycom to one of its bankers, HSBC » Read more

Police: General Motors employees caught racing in Corvettes

The pair were clocked going about 160 kph on a public road in Bowling Green, Ky. » Read more