Other Popular Stories

  • Pratt & Whitney Canada to invest $1 billion in engine development
  • Chrysler expanding Windsor assembly plant for "future vehicle"
  • Vehicle sales, mainly light trucks, continued to soar in January
  • Irving Shipbuilding looking to lure workers back east from Alberta
  • Canada should ease foreign ownership rules for uranium, says Sask premier
  • Canada's start-ups need more help to become global players: OCC
  • Widespread gains in June manufacturing sales encouraging sign in sluggish economy
  • Canada green tech company helps Chile reduce methane in landfills: $7 million project
  • Carbon Nanotubes — from energy storage to automotive parts, from electromagnetic shields to biomedical applications — light, stable, durable
  • Breakthrough vehicles that dare to change the auto industry: 1300 hp EVs and 300 km ranges
  • Wholesale trade saw healthy gains in 2014: Statistics Canada
  • Skills gap costing economy billions; Ontario students ill-prepared for workplace: report
  • Ford’s 347 kph GT: World's fastest supercar a testbed for new automotive technology
  • $25.8 million Low Carbon Innovation Fund aims to help commercialize technologies that reduce greenhouse emissions.
  • Manufacturing closer to stabilizing in January: report
  • Robot from Oil & Gas Technology Centre may improve safety, enhance productivity and reduce costs for offshore oil and gas projects
  • Canadian cleantech sector strong in research, innovation, but weak in commercialization
  • Manufacturing output grew again in August
  • Oil train disaster plays to the pro-pipeline position
  • Canada's small businesses encouraged to invest for success
Scroll to Top