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  • Researchers claim potential improvement in solar cell efficiency
  • Surveillance systems company receives $75M federal investment
  • Months, if not years, until balance restored in oil markets
  • Shortage of skilled labour facing Ontario construction industry: report
  • Mixed news for industrial production capacity, employment
  • NAV CANADA shares award for enhanced oceanic navigation system
  • Forestry sector providing job relief for former oil patch workers
  • Two auto parts plants adding jobs in southwestern Ontario
  • Siemens gives Western U engineering huge PLM software grant
  • Company opens new landing gear plant for "most important contract" ever
  • Manufacturing down in February in both Canada and US
  • Ford launches new Edge for global market from Oakville
  • Windsor-Detroit bridge can proceed as final obstacles fall
  • Bombardier to test fly CS300; equity offering increased
  • Wholesale trade saw healthy gains in 2014: Statistics Canada
  • Tesla wall-mounted battery will power the whole household
  • Scientists create liquid fuel from solar energy
  • New York's ban on fracking gives hope to other opponents
  • Ontario's food producers missing local growth opportunities: study
  • Expect record-high auto sales in 2015: Scotiabank
  • Canadian Solar could earn $2.3 billion through acquisition of Recurrent Energy
  • Manufacturing slowdown reflects oil and dollar declines
  • Canada-US trade as it should be, but diversification desirable: report
  • Researchers fly first hybrid-electric aircraft with in-flight battery recharging
  • Irving Shipbuilding wins $2.3 billion icebreaker contract with navy
  • Saudi solar-powered desalination plant will be world's largest
  • Manufacturing sales off in November led by cars, chemicals
  • Ontario engineers facing crisis of under-employment
  • FedDev money for GTA aerospace company; Bombardier cutting losses on Learjet
  • Promise of more investment in auto industry but no specifics
  • Government money to Ontario auto parts maker will ensure jobs
  • NASA and Nissan to build autonomous vehicles together
  • Low oil prices not a serious threat to Canada's economy: RBC
  • Critical labour shortage hurting meat industry; immigration policy blamed
  • Outlook good for Ontario manufacturers despite dip in PMI
  • Chrysler expanding Windsor assembly plant for "future vehicle"
  • Strong manufacturing output lifts GDP in October
  • World's biggest gold-copper mine wins government approval in BC
  • Nissan sales surpass 100,000 for first time in Canada
  • Australian researchers claim new efficiency record for solar cells
  • Toronto researchers reveal spray-on photovoltaics
  • Windsor auto industry growing, needs skilled workers: report
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada to invest $1 billion in engine development
  • Petronas defers final investment decision on BC LNG project
  • Construction giant to revolutionize industry with 3D concrete printing
  • Continued strength in manufacturing in November: RBC
  • Graphene discovery could revolutionize fuel cell function
  • Corporate profits up 8.8 per cent over last year: Statistics Canada
  • New GO buses will be assembled in GTA
  • Youth trainee program seeks to address skilled labour shortage
  • Exports, especially oil, driving Canada's growth: EDC
  • CAE announces new flight simulator sales, higher profits
  • Researchers studied successful manufacturers for lessons for the future
  • Wind projects going ahead in Quebec, public not necessarily on board
  • Jobless rate down, balance of trade up as economy shows strength
  • Honda expansion a win for Ontario's auto sector
  • Swiss tech does the impossible, creates white solar panels
  • Manufacturing index rises, conditions "robust" in October: RBC
  • TransCanada confident Energy East pipeline will be built
  • New Samsung-Pattern wind farm underway with Siemens-built turbines
  • Industry-academic R&D cooperation to boost Ontario's aerospace sector
  • Toyota celebrating 50 years in Canada with Special Edition Corolla S
  • Siemens Canada, Manitoba Hydro sign $800 million contract
  • Canada Goose doubles production capacity with new Toronto plant
  • Autos and parts drag down manufacturing sales in August
  • Lockheed Martin reveals breakthrough nuclear fusion process
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada engines to power new Gulfstream jets
  • Pembina to build $350 million diluent hub
  • Audit pans government's climate change progress
  • MRO contract of $423 million for Canada's CC-130 Hercules fleet
  • Ford hiring 1,000 at Oakville assembly plant
  • Rapid growth of solar power a challenge for utilities
  • Large CSeries order builds momentum for Bombardier
  • Wood groups praising new six-storey construction limit
  • Canada risks losing out in renewable energy revolution
  • Will Ukraine be Canada's next big oil market?
  • Ontario economy set to grow based on exports, weaker dollar
  • Manufacturing rose again in second quarter
  • Bombardier Transportation workers ratify contract
  • Largest biomass power plant in NA set to open in Atikokan
  • No fracking for now in Nova Scotia
  • Canada's auto sales soar; Toyota passes 100K mark for hybrids
  • Manufacturing output grew again in August
  • Consumer spending drives strong GDP growth in second quarter
  • Windsor, auto industry counting on new Ford investment
  • Davie shipyard delivers "most complex" vessel ever built in NA
  • Transportation workers urge quick response to Lac-Megantic report
  • Cement industry opposes wood construction in taller buildings
  • SNC's Candu Energy signs international agreements
  • Mexican oil and gas re-opened to foreign companies after 76 years
  • Lead-free plumbing requirements affect valve selection for water systems
  • Building permits up in June, non-residential construction leading
  • Canada's exports soared in June while imports fell
  • Two firsts for Ontario as energy storage systems certified
  • New wind farm approved near Lake Huron shore
  • Canada-EU free trade deal in jeopardy over investor protection
  • Five companies to provide power storage for Ontario
  • Overheated bearings, gearboxes among causes of wind turbine fires
  • May manufacturing sales higher on petroleum, cars
  • CSeries engine problem just an oil seal leak: Pratt & Whitney
  • Bombardier takes orders for CSeries at Farnborough
  • Aerospace industry poised for growth: report
  • Scientists make breakthrough in spinal cord injury movement
  • Building permits shot up in May
  • June a very good month for manufacturers
  • Canadian Solar to supply solar mega-projects in Ontario and Turkey
  • Bombardier Challenger 350 set to fly with NetJets
  • Organic, water-based battery a game-changer for renewable energy
  • Contractors, steel workers unions support Northern Gateway pipeline
  • Nanotech device can detect lung cancer in patients' breath
  • Aerospace industry "steady but unspectacular" in 2013: Conference Board
  • Construction industry pleased with majority government in Ontario
  • Slight drop in April manufacturing sales due to petroleum, aerospace
  • MRO continuing its rebound after Aveos collapse
  • World's first municipal waste-to-biofuels plant opens in Edmonton
  • Manufacturing sector growth slower in May
  • Energy costs, global temperature, continue rising
  • US moves to cut coal-fired emissions highlight rift with Canada
  • Canada exports more than logs and oil
  • Major iron ore mine gets approval in Newfoundland & Labrador
  • Q1 Canadian corporate profits up, led by oil and gas
  • Valves essential component of safe oil pipeline
  • LNG Canada moves ahead with BC project as China and Russia sign huge gas deal
  • Tesla now biggest car maker in California
  • Google's self-driving cars revealed to media for first time
  • If Keystone XL dies, will Energy East replace it?
  • Agile robotic arm could catch space debris, falling humans
  • Electricity rates a disadvantage for Canadian industry: report
  • Progress made on Detroit River cleanup: fish no longer smells
  • Siemens Canada announces order for 270-MW wind project in Ontario
  • Quebec aerospace industry in good shape despite setbacks
  • Air Canada signs MRO contract with Duluth provider
  • Canada's GDP strength was east, west and north, not central
  • NASA says human Mars landing is feasible by 2030s
  • More warnings that Canada could miss the LNG boat
  • Canadian car sales break record amid concern about investment in the industry
  • New national aerospace consortium to foster leadership in technology
  • Magna producing first all-olefin liftgate assembly for Nissan Rogue
  • Time running out for dealing with global greenhouse emissions: report
  • Bombardier's Learjet 85 completes first flight
  • Researchers find way to turn wood into supercapacitors
  • Canada one of only three countries where clean energy investment grew
  • Carbon neutral concrete? They're working on it.
  • Canada's oil and gas industry gathering in Toronto for two-day forum
  • Strong manufacturing helped grow economy in January
  • Airborne wind turbine will rise to new heights
  • Energy storage system uses rail cars, gravity to mimic hydro
  • Montreal firm to build flight simulators for US Navy
  • Researchers claim improved performance from lithium-air battery
  • Manufacturing sales rose sharply in some sectors in January: Statistics Canada
  • Province lends steel maker $7 million for plant upgrades
  • LNG, fracking, desalination driving growth in industrial valves
  • Little support in auto industry for Canada/Korea free trade deal
  • Enbridge pipeline reversal approved by National Energy Board
  • Keystone: will it all come down to emissions?
  • Magna unveils newest concept car, posts strong Q4 profits
  • Relief as Ontario company rescues closing Heinz plant
  • Nanotechnology key to energy storage, solar energy industries: report
  • Researchers claim micro-fluidics breakthrough with liquid metal pump
  • Large Ontario wind power project gets go-ahead, now hiring
  • Worker mobility key to construction's labour shortage
  • Aerospace volatility evident in manufacturing output for December
  • Ford announces Edge production will remain in Oakville
  • Andritz to manufacture stator coils for NA hydropower market in Peterborough
  • Cascade Aerospace named a Hercules heavy maintenance centre
  • Safer tank cars coming as railways ship more oil than ever
  • British cheer awarding of train contract to Bombardier
  • Airbus Helicopters announces new production at Fort Erie plant
  • Keystone XL clears another hurdle but fight not over
  • Stratasys unveils first multi-resin colour 3D printer
  • No-cost energy-reduction plan offered to Ontario businesses
  • Manufacturing sector continued to gain in November
  • TransCanada will use railroads if Keystone pipeline not approved
  • Super-absorbant carbon nanotube sponge could mop up ocean oil spills
  • Bombardier delays delivery of CSeries jets
  • Researchers claim breakthrough in artificial photosynthesis
  • CFB Goose Bay awards $100 million service contract to Serco
  • High-level support continues for Keystone XL
  • Ford reveals C-MAX Solar Energi Concept car
  • Chinese market for water pumps expected to triple by 2017
  • Global car sales will set new record in 2014: Scotiabank
  • Grid-scale electricity storage solution from New York startup
  • Manufacturing up again in October
  • Conditional approval for Northern Gateway pipeline
  • Siemens awarded largest ever contract for onshore wind turbines
  • Pembina set for biggest expansion in its history
  • Wasted mechanical energy could solve world's energy needs
  • Government investment, weakening dollar, stronger US economy could spell relief for Canada's manufacturers
  • CSeries on track for 300 orders: Bombardier
  • Car sales set records in November
  • Quebec aerospace industry focused on US growth
  • Economy shows strength in third quarter
  • Infrastructure in focus at Queen's Park as new legislation tabled
  • Bombardier to build MRO facility in China
  • Giant wind-solar development announces SMA Canada for O&M
  • Joint venture to develop infrastructure for LNG as vehicle fuel
  • Manufacturing gains in September driven by auto and food industries
  • IKEA buys Alberta wind farm
  • Japanese claim breakthrough in hydrogen storage technology
  • Agreement between western provinces smooths way for pipelines
  • Global construction industry optimistic about future
  • Ontario's food industry poised for growth
  • Number of reported pipeline spills in Canada doubled over ten years
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada to invest $275 million in Quebec plant
  • Handheld device detects bacteria on food in real time
  • California mandates energy storage to bring more renewables into grid
  • Nuclear industry makes do with refurbishment as new plants cancelled
  • Pipelines safer than rail or truck for oil: report
  • Ontario space firm wins $65 million satellite contract
  • Petronas deal could get LNG moving in Canada
  • Vancouver shipyard awarded $3.3 billion to build Coast Guard ships
  • India interested in oil and gas as well as uranium from Canada
  • Canada's energy sector "at a crossroads," risks falling behind
  • Canada's economy rebounds with stronger manufacturing, construction
  • Statoil and Husky Energy find "significant" oil offshore Newfoundland
  • Solar researchers closing in on 50 per cent PV efficiency
  • Héroux-Devtek subsidiary to provide landing gear for Boeing 777
  • Ford investment in Oakville gets auto industry "on the move again"
  • Fracking study finds methane emissions lower than EPA estimates
  • Bombardier flies new CSeries jet for first time
  • FirstEnergy of Calgary to host ninth London Global Energy Conference
  • Canada-France space agencies test stratosphere balloon in Ontario
  • Bombardier, Air Canada Jazz taking part in European MRO event
  • Solar-powered nanoheaters offer solution for off-grid medical sterilization
  • Magellan gets $110 million contract for Canadian satellite program
  • Manufacturing sector saw slight improvement in August: RBC
  • NASA projects look to the future, and to science fiction
  • Strength to build on, but Canada still lags in industrial R&D
  • More engineers, fewer arts grads needed in Canada: CIBC
  • Offshore wind costs will fall significantly if development continues: study
  • Resource-based provinces lead in wage gains
  • Membraneless flow battery shows great promise for cheaper energy storage
  • Treatment system uses electricity to clean contaminated water
  • Opponents of Enbridge pipeline reversal say spill risks too high
  • Solar power companies report growth
  • Oil exploration gives St. John's NL fastest growing economy
  • Valve industry in growth mode as LNG prospects grow brighter
  • Global car sales will set record this year: Scotiabank
  • Irving Oil to build new marine terminal in NB to handle new crude from Alberta
  • Electricity-conducting cement could make runways, roads ice proof
  • Drilling rigs growth depends more and more on LNG
  • BMW unveils i3, the electric car of the future
  • BC sees 100,000 LNG jobs, $1 trillion in revenues
  • Bombardier has to delay CSeries first test flight again
  • Trucking industry moving toward use of EOBRs
  • Zinc-air battery shows great promise in search for energy storage
  • Renewable energy use increased in US in 2012
  • Wood-based battery the next energy storage solution?
  • Nuclear emergency response centre for Ontario as countries deal with aging reactors
  • Toronto team receives $250,000 prize for human-powered helicopter
  • GE Aviation opens new robotics facility in Quebec
  • Oil train disaster plays to the pro-pipeline position
  • Study of Ontario power needs finds nuclear is best option
  • LNG activity heating up in BC as Petronas seeks export licence
  • GM/Honda latest partners in search for affordable fuel cell car
  • Canadian Solar to build London plant with Samsung
  • Pipeline companies support new government regulations
  • Renewables will surpass natural gas, nuclear by 2016: IEA
  • Aerospace industry fuelled by emerging markets: BMO
  • Fuel cell market will double in five years: report
  • Wood proponents pushing higher with hybrid construction
  • US energy self-reliance, pipeline uncertainty put Canada's energy sector at risk
  • French aerospace companies to set up shop in Montreal
  • Waterloo researchers seek cheaper fuel cells for electric cars
  • English-French partners show all-electric aircraft at Paris Air Show
  • North American oil and gas industry has trouble finding workers
  • Scientists use lab-grown crystals to create whiter LED light
  • Japan setting records for new solar power installations
  • Petronas to spend $16 billion to export Western Canadian LNG
  • New super batteries could change electric vehicle industry
  • Unemployment rate drops after strong job gains in May
  • Volvo will use DME to fuel heavy-duty trucks in North America
  • Canadian oil output to double by 2030 say oil producers
  • Bombardier announces firm CSeries orders from Russia, Gulf Air
  • Manufacturing industry showed strength in May: RBC
  • Concept car from Terrafugia has vertical takeoff and landing
  • More consultation, less domestic content for Ontario's green energy process
  • West Coast group looking at LNG as marine fuel
  • GE increasing its investment in fracking technology
  • Commodities firm sues Shell, BP, Statoil for price fixing
  • International aviation agency will not leave Montreal
  • Wave energy farm in Scotland to use Oysters
  • Wind farm opponents' complaint lacked proof: judge
  • Builders urge Ontario to allow six-storey wooden structures
  • Bombardier, NetJets launch new Challenger 350
  • US resumes exports of LNG
  • Calgary group offers $50 million for clean energy projects
  • Norwegian group claims world's first seabed energy storage technology
  • World's oil suppliers in for a shock: IEA
  • Canada's oil industry facing labour shortage: survey
  • Government pledges continued support as National Mining Week begins
  • Pilot project will use algae to recycle industrial CO2 emissions
  • Canada's oil sands dispute with EU flares
  • Tesla Model S earns near-perfect score from Consumer Reports
  • Mixed results for Canada's auto parts industry: report
  • Toronto company seeking to market energy storage system
  • Anticipation building for first test flight of Bombardier CSeries
  • Government wants to know what chemicals are used in fracking
  • Ontario's FIT program ruled illegal by World Trade Organization
  • TransCanada announces $900 million pipeline expansion
  • Renewable energy advocates optimistic, but political will is lacking
  • Samsung wind farm breaks ground in SW Ontario
  • Natural resources, manufacturing show stronger than expected growth in February
  • Has the time come for irradiated beef in Canada?
  • Lobby groups working hard to convince Obama on Keystone
  • Economy grew fastest in north, west in 2012: Statistics Canada
  • Thunder Bay wind farm gets government approval
  • Industries, designers not doing enough to recycle metals: UN
  • Boeing expands Winnipeg plant; Dreamliners set to fly again
  • IBM reveals super-efficient solar power system prototype
  • Wind energy group says PC bill is misguided
  • Building code change could help drain water heat recovery manufacturers
  • Some industry support for new water heater regulations
  • Mining association head warns governments to keep hands off
  • Manufacturing sector rebounded in February: Statistics Canada
  • Detroit-Windsor bridge approval cheered in Canada, US
  • Natural gas industry outlines challenges, opportunities in Canada
  • Overseas growth in future for Canada's air transportation industry
  • Porter Airlines seeks to extend island airport runway for jets
  • Ontario wants to be heard at Enbridge pipeline hearings
  • Touchless computer control from Waterloo tech company an early success
  • Bombardier to build 170 high-speed rail cars for Siemens
  • LED bulb manufacturer receives R&D funds from Ottawa
  • New MRO operation rising in former Aveos plant
  • Researcher designs valve that could help power deep space flight
  • Manufacturing takes a hit as water heater plant closes in Fergus
  • For some car makers March was best ever
  • TransCanada's Energy East pipeline has building trades support
  • Alberta's largest wind farm comes on stream
  • PPG Industries expands NA presence with $1 billion coatings takeover
  • Government renews $81 million contract with MacDonald Dettwiler for space work
  • Manufacturing recovers ground in January: GDP up 0.2 per cent
  • Calgary company a leader in waterless fracking
  • Canada should ease foreign ownership rules for uranium, says Sask premier
  • Ontario Local Food Bill hailed by farm/food groups
  • Inter Pipeline will spend $2.6 billion to transport bitumen to oil sands projects
  • Growing Quebec aerospace industries will need skilled labour
  • Aerospace industry pleased with $1 billion funding in budget
  • Construction industry will boom in Northern Ontario, GTA: report
  • World's largest solar panel maker files for bankruptcy
  • More warnings about skilled labour shortages in energy sector
  • Lower sales, increasing orders for Canada's manufacturers in January
  • Proposed BC oil refinery has economic merit: study
  • US could be free of non-North American oil by 2020
  • Technology supplier announces 18 per cent growth
  • Recovery continues as NA car sales head for year 2000 levels
  • Drop in manufacturing pushes industrial capacity use down in Q4 2012
  • BC refinery close to financing deal
  • Clean energy expected to surge as pv costs drop
  • Canadian oil production up; producers turning to railways for shipment
  • Manufacturing the sole industry showing job losses in February
  • Skilled labour shortage in world oil industry: report
  • GM investing $250 million at Ingersoll plant
  • Bombardier holds update on CSeries aircraft
  • Pratt & Whitney Canada announces helicopter engine contracts
  • SPPCA's new landing gear facility opening in Mississauga
  • Canada keeping up pressure on US for Keystone XL approval
  • Miners struggling with higher costs, lower prices
  • Japex to buy into west coast LNG development
  • Economy managed slight growth in Q4, but shrank in December
  • Canadian business, except energy, had profitable Q4: Statistics Canada
  • FTG Aerospace to supply avionics to Rockwell Collins
  • RV industry has growing role in Canada's economy: study
  • Volkswagen to produce super-efficient hybrid
  • Russian leasing company orders 42 CSeries jets from Bombardier
  • Bombardier nearly ready to flight test CSeries
  • DART Aerospace re-branding itself to reach wider markets