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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 […]

Clean energy expected to surge as pv costs drop

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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. […]

Canadian oil production up; producers turning to railways for shipment

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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 […]

Manufacturing the sole industry showing job losses in February

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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; […]

Skilled labour shortage in world oil industry: report

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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 […]

GM investing $250 million at Ingersoll plant

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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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