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Every day, more and more companies are relying on the IoT to bump up efficiency, productivity, and quality on the factory floor. From real-time quality assurance on the assembly line to speeding up inventory procedures, here are just a few ways companies are making the IoT work to their advantage.
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Donald Trump may want to look at all the facts before scrapping NAFTA.
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Many of the promises -- increased productivity, more jobs, more money in our pockets -- have simply not come true. This is ironic because, as free trade agreements become toxic all over the world, Canada, a country bound by a long-standing trade deal, has not had a comprehensive debate on the proposed CETA (trans-Atlantic) or TPP (trans-Pacific) agreements.
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In one week, Unifor will begin its first-ever round of bargaining with the Detroit Three automakers in what may be the most important round of bargaining to take place in the sector in more than a generation. The employers should be going in these talks with their eyes wide open.
Optimism for the sector hasn't been this week since March.
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Randstad compiled and crunched data on nine of the hottest job sectors in Canada, surveying employers, candidates, and industry experts from coast-to-coast, and collecting feedback on what's driving job growth and talent across the country.
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We'd be better of with lower oil prices and a lower loonie, CIBC says.
Managed to eke out a gain in December.
The manufacturing sector employs 1.7 million Canadians.
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The Canadian manufacturing sector has been shrinking for much of the past year.
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Canada's economy had two solid months of growth last summer, before returning to stagnation.
OTTAWA — Factory sales in Canada tumbled in September as the country's auto assembly plants reported a sharp drop in sales after four months of gains. Manufacturing sales fell 1.5 per cent to $51.1 bi...