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Ontario invests in skills development

The Ontario government is investing an additional $90 million in the Skills Development Fund to support training projects that up-skill workers and jobseekers.

Toyota’s Eastern Canada distribution centre is now solar powered

Toyota Canada’s Eastern Canada Parts Distribution Centre officially switched on an AC rooftop solar system that will generate 1145 MWh annually.

Ethos Automation named one of Canada's top growing companies

Ethos Automation was named number seven on the Globe and Mail's 2022 Report on Business ranking of Canada's Top Growing Companies.
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IMTS 2022

IMTS 2022 returns in person

Over 80,000 people showed up, and many of the major industrial players made announcements around new products and solutions for manufacturers to scale up in the digital age. » Read more
Scheduling optimization

Scheduling optimization helps manufactures with supply chain woes

Manufacturing execution systems innovations are enabling manufacturers to better assign skills and tasks, and to manage contingencies. » Read more

Talking carbon: Carbon management program launch featured panel on tackling emissions

The Carbon Excellence program is an actionable and measurable corporate strategy that publicly shows a company’s tangible commitment to sustainability. » Read more

Canada needs to encourage more youths to pursue skilled trade jobs

As the supply of tradespeople continues to shrink, the next generation of tradespeople will find it more difficult to line up apprenticeships because there will be fewer mentors available to train them. » Read more