The Ontario Made program gives local manufacturers a recognizable logo and an online page to promote and find made-in-Ontario products.
The North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has been replaced by the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA). Find out what this means for you.
Both established and new craft breweries have access to Canadian government funding opportunities to help expand their business beyond local markets.
Mentor Works explains what is a virtual career fair and shares a few tips for job seekers attending these online events.
The City of Hamilton is expected to receive up to $10M in funding for autonomous vehicle road testing in 2020.
The latest developments in artificial intelligence (AI) are influencing almost all aspects of business operations – including marketing.
Looking at past innovations in automation and artificial intelligence in order to better understand where we might be headed. Read more.
Key points from Canadian Global Affairs Institute’s report on Trudeau’s policies. What Canadians have seen and may see in the government funding landscape.
The National Research Council (NRC) of Canada’s focus is to assist Canadian manufacturers in adapting to advanced manufacturing – including mass customization, process industrialization, and factory automation to increase the productivity and competitiveness of various sectors of Canadian industry.
To address these opportunities for advancement, there is a high-tech space for
Well, whether we’re thrilled about it or not, we’ve officially put 2019 behind us and have welcomed 2020! As Canadians prepare for the year ahead, many businesses plan to undergo a similar jumpstart. Companies and governments operate on cycles that change throughout the year. These organizations tend to prepare and/or