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VersaFlex boosts presence in Canada, U.S.

Source: Daily News | 2014-04-01
VersaFlex Inc, a formulator and manufacturer of polyurea protective coatings, liners and sealants, is expanding its technical sales and service operations into regionally staffed units across Canada and the U.S.

PolyOne head Stephen Newlin to retire

Source: Daily News | 2014-03-12
After eight years, Stephen Newlin is stepping down as head of material supplier PolyOne Corporation, to be replaced by Robert M. Patterson.

B.C. signs on to Canada Job Grant

Source: Daily News | 2014-03-10
British Columbia is the latest province to sign a framework agreement with the federal government on the Canada Job Grant.

Husky making global organizational changes; Michael Urquhart to retire

Source: Daily News | 2014-02-27
Husky Injection Molding Systems is making changes to its global organization, creating a new combined business unit dedicated to medical and specialty packaging; the company has also announced the retirement of long-time veteran Michael...

2014 budget gives boosts to exports, auto sector, and technical training

Source: Daily News | 2014-02-12
The 2014 federal budget will provide Ontario’s battered manufacturing sector with more than $1 billion in spending over the next two years to help the auto industry and build a new bridge to the U.S. at Windsor, Ont.

Axel Plastics Research names new Canadian sales rep

Source: Daily News | 2014-02-11
Mold release and process aid additives maker Axel Plastics Research Laboratories Inc., headquartered in Woodside, N.Y., has named Larry Lambert as Midwest and Pacific Northwest regional sales manager, also responsible for the provinces of...

Skills gap top barrier to Canadian competitiveness: Chamber of Commerce

Source: Daily News | 2014-02-07
Canada’s growing skills gap is the greatest impediment to business success, according to a new report from The Canadian Chamber of Commerce.

Feds add $1 million to skills training program

Source: Daily News | 2014-01-31
The federal government is channeling another $1 million into a manufacturing skills training program aimed at filling skilled labor gaps in Canadian industry.

Looming skilled labor shortage in Canada is exaggerated: TD economists

Source: Daily News | 2013-10-30
A new report from the TD Bank claims that fears of a looming labor shortage in Canada as the workforce ages are largely unfounded.  

Canadian economy lost $16.6 billion due to absenteeism: Conference Board

Source: Daily News | 2013-09-25
The Canadian economy lost $16.6 billion in 2012 due to absenteeism, according to a study by the Conference Board of Canada.