Manufacturing

Free manufacturer’s toolkit

January 31, 2019

Our partners at the Business Development Bank of Canada (BDC) developed a free manufacturer’s toolkit. Manufacturing is a tough business. That’s why in addition to financing and advisory services, BDC offers industry-specific tools for boosting profitability. This toolkit will help you do just that. The toolkit includes a “Digitizing your business” webinar, free assessments of digital maturity and […]

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Wolfe Heavy Equipment Feature Video on CTV

November 24, 2018

Wolfe Heavy Equipment is a powerful trenching manufacturer, located in Strathroy Ontario, committed to providing superior engineering and expert service. Watch their feature segment on CTV London.

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Making It in Manufacturing 2018 Summit – September 25, 2018

September 6, 2018

Ottawa Employment Hub & Ottawa Board of Trade are hosting a Making It in Manufacturing 2018 Summit on September 25th, 2018 in Ottawa. This free event will provide you with an opportunity to learn about support available in your sector and success stories of building a strong network to attract talent; find out how local […]

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CME/BDO Tax Competitiveness Survey

February 15, 2018

CME and BDO Canada are conducting a short survey about Canada’s business tax system. We want to know what you think are the biggest issues and concerns at present, and what specific reforms you think should be prioritized

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Premier Announces Manufacturer’s Major Investment in Ontario

December 13, 2017

Johnson Electric Planning to Create More Than 300 New Jobs in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area December 2, 2017 9:00 A.M. Today in Hong Kong, Premier Wynne met with representatives from Johnson Electric, who announced a $351 million investment in new equipment and capacity in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area. The expansion is […]

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CME-Labour Force Survey Analysis – November 2017

December 5, 2017

Manufacturing Sector Labour Market Manufacturing employment exploded in November. The addition of 30,400 new positions represents the single largest monthly increase in manufacturing jobs in Canada in almost 16 years. Driving gains was the end of the GM strike in Ontario, combined with the fact that the company itself ramped up production in November to […]

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