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Growing Quebec aerospace industries will need skilled labour

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The Québec aerospace industry, calling itself “an industry of the future” with annual growth of 5.7 per cent over the last 22 years, is advertising its need for qualified workers […]

Aerospace industry pleased with $1 billion funding in budget

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At least one of Canada’s major industries is happy with the new federal budget brought down by finance minister Jim Flaherty yesterday. The budget gives the aerospace industry $1 billion […]

Construction industry will boom in Northern Ontario, GTA: report

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A report on the labour market in Northern Ontario and the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) says that these two areas will see increased construction activity over the next few years. […]

World’s largest solar panel maker files for bankruptcy

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One of the world’s biggest manufacturers of solar panels, Suntech, has declared bankruptcy. According to the Globe and Mail, Suntech Power Holdings defaulted on a payment of $541 million that […]

More warnings about skilled labour shortages in energy sector

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Work shortages in the North American energy industry continue to raise concerns. Speaking at the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers’ annual meeting in Texas, a senior vice president of an […]

Lower sales, increasing orders for Canada’s manufacturers in January

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There was a mix of  bad and good news for Canada’s manufacturing industries as Statistics Canada released its report on manufacturing sales in January. Sales were down 0.2 per cent to […]

Proposed BC oil refinery has economic merit: study

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A California consulting firm, Navigant, has found that an oil refinery proposed by David Black to be built on the west coast of Canada “has economic merit and should be […]

US could be free of non-North American oil by 2020

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The often-stated goal of becoming energy-independent could become a reality for the United States much sooner than anyone had previously dreamed, according to American oilmen. Drilling for oil and natural […]

Technology supplier announces 18 per cent growth

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High-tech supplier Thales Canada, which serves the defence, security, aerospace, and transportation industries, reported annual growth of 18 per cent for 2012, with contracts awarded totaling over $570 million. The […]

Recovery continues as NA car sales head for year 2000 levels

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Car sales in North America, which hit a low of 10.4 million units in 2009, have been improving year over year for several years now, and are on track to […]

Drop in manufacturing pushes industrial capacity use down in Q4 2012

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A decline in manufacturing is largely responsible for a slide in production capacity for Canadian industries in the fourth quarter of 2012, Statistics Canada reports. Industries operated at 80.7 percent […]

BC refinery close to financing deal

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David Black told the BC chamber of commerce that his company, Kitimat Clean Inc., is ready to sign a memorandum of understanding with Oppenheimer Investments Group of Switzerland to finance […]

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