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Certificates and wallet cards launched by Skilled Trades Ontario

Skilled Trades Ontario will begin issuing over 17,500 certificates of qualification and over 200,000 wallet cards to apprentices and certified skilled trades workers across the province, this summer.

Breakthrough in B.C. port dispute as new tentative deal is reached

A late-night breakthrough could herald an end to British Columbia's long-running port dispute, with the longshore workers' union and the employers' association announcing a new tentative agreement.

New electric vehicle charging network being built by major automakers could lure more buyers to EVs

The announcement Wednesday that seven major automakers are joining to build a large North American electric vehicle charging network should pull people off the sidelines to at least consider shifting away from gas-powered vehicles.

Flying taxis are coming - eventually, to an exclusive few

From his suite on the 23rd floor of the Fairmont Dubai, Fethi Chebil surveys the luxury cars and driverless metro line unfurling to the horizon.

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Safety Air Guns use engineered air nozzles for high performance!

Inexpensive air guns are sold through catalogs and supply companies. Most have triggers or other parts that break quickly. Performance is similar to open pipe; they simply blow a lot of compressed air. Many produce noise levels that violate OSHA requirements and generate dangerous dead-end pressures. EXAIR’s Safety Air Guns eliminate these problems. They are durable and comfortable to use. Each uses an engineered Air Nozzle that provides superior performance by entraining large volumes of surrounding air. Safe operation is assured along with low air consumption and noise levels. » Learn more

Q&A with CEO of Skills Ontario

Plant spoke with Ian T. Howcroft, CEO, at Skills Ontario about what the association does, and what it sees as in-demand skills and why training is important. » Read More...

Ontario begins material handling inspections

The Government of Ontario inspectors recently began visiting manufacturing production workplaces in the province to make sure that businesses are compliant with the Occupational Health and Safety Act. » Read More...

Partnership dedicated to training next generation of machinists

Sandvik Coromant and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology have invested into supporting and educating the next generation of machinists for nearly 20 years. » Read More...
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LG releases sustainability report

This year, LG's global sites recorded a total global emission of direct and indirect greenhouse gases of 92.7 million tons, a 22 million ton decrease from the previous year. » Read More...

Ont. welcomes $18.4M manufacturing investment in the GTA

With their $18.4 million investment, Breadsource Corporation will build a new 105,000 square foot, fully automated processing facility. » Read More...