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Toyota contributes to Hurricane Fiona relief efforts in Canada

Toyota announced it is donating $100,000 to Canadian Red Cross to support relief efforts in affected Eastern Canada communities.

Eviation completes first flight of an all-electric aircraft

Aircraft Alice lifted off from Grant County International Airport, flying for eight minutes at an altitude of 3,500 feet.

World's first mobile lithium extraction technology

International Battery Metals announced that SLR International Corporation completed its independent review of IBAT's modular, mobile lithium extraction plant.
Eptech 2022

Sponsored Spotlight 

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Scheduling optimization

Scheduling optimization helps manufactures with supply chain woes

An effective production schedule maximizes productivity and finds the most efficient production route possible. » Read more
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Casting call for technical talent

The health of the workforce hinges on upskilling and reskilling in-demand trades. » Read more
invoice and expense policies

Sponsored: Quick guide for Canadian manufacturers on crafting effective invoice and expense policies

Nearly 9 in 10 executives say finding new ways to increase speed and flexibility in the management of travel, expense, and invoice is critical for their organizations to stay profitable. » Read more

Canadian Manufacturing’s top five quotes from Q3 2022

This time Canadian Manufacturing had the pleasure of meeting with some of the industry's leaders face to face. » Read more

Indigenous food sovereignty requires better and more accurate data collection

Indigenous Peoples have remained resilient and are making important strides toward food sovereignty through the revitalization of Indigenous food systems and cultural traditions. » Read more