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Clean energy expected to surge as pv costs drop

A report on the global deployment of renewable energy says that the world’s energy from wind, solar and biofuels grew by 1 per cent in 2012, equal to $249 billion. …

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Canadian oil production up; producers turning to railways for shipment

The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports in its monthly report on the oil industry that Canadian producers reached 4.1 million barrels per day in December. Production was spread over the …

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Manufacturing the sole industry showing job losses in February

The February rise in employment in Canada, which saw an increase of 51,000 jobs, was spread across the professional, scientific, and technical services; the accommodation and food services; public administration; …

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Skilled labour shortage in world oil industry: report

A new report published by OilCareers.com and Air Energi, finds that the shortage of skilled labor in the oil and gas industry worldwide, coupled with expanding demand, presents a significant …

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GM investing $250 million at Ingersoll plant

GM’s Ontario auto workers are reportedly excited and happy about the announcement that GM plans to invest $250 million in the CAMI Assembly Plant at Ingersoll. The company said that …

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Bombardier holds update on CSeries aircraft

Bombardier held a “program update” on its “game-changing” new CSeries aircraft today. The event was held for media and financial analysts at the company’s Mirabel, Quebec facility. Bombardier says the …

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Pratt & Whitney Canada announces helicopter engine contracts

Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) has made two announcements about new contracts with helicopter manufacturers at HELI-EXPO 2013, the world’s largest helicopter trade show, currently running in Las Vegas, Nevada. …

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SPPCA’s new landing gear facility opening in Mississauga

SPP Canada Aircraft (SPPCA), a subsidiary of Japan-based Sumitomo Precision Products, will open its new Mississauga plant tomorrow, March 7. Production operations, according to an earlier release, are due to …

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Canada keeping up pressure on US for Keystone XL approval

Canadian politicians at the federal and provincial level are keeping up their PR and persuasion efforts to convince Americans, particularly American lawmakers, that Canada is a responsible partner for supplying …

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