Month: December 2015

Ontario Made: Rethinking Manufacturing in the 21st Century

Rethinking Manufacturing in the 21st Century This full report analyzes the economic factors behind the recent struggles of Ontario’s manufacturing sector, and offers recommendations as to what Ontario can do to cultivate this sector. Introduction Over the past decade, manufacturing in Ontario has been challenged by fundamental changes in the global economy. First, the rise …

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50 megawatt solar project to be built in Windsor, Ont.

WINDSOR, Ont.—Windsor International Airport will be home to southwestern Ontario’s newest solar project. Samsung Renewable Energy, Inc. and Connor, Clark and Lunn Infrastructure have announced the formation of a partnership that will fund a 50 megawatt solar farm located on the city’s airport grounds. “The Windsor Solar project, along with our other projects in the …

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GM Canada to build fleet of self-driving Chevrolet Volts, automaker says

OSHAWA—Automated cars are quickly becoming more than just science fiction, and General Motor’s Canadian Engineering Centre in Oshawa, Ont. is soon to become one of the automaker’s leading driverless vehicle research hubs. In remarks at the Economic Club in Ottawa, GM Canada president and managing director, Steve Carlisle, confirmed the facility has been awarded the …

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