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Factories are still producing but wait times are up, early evidence suggests.
A new Statistics Canada survey finds factory shutdowns have had a major impact on men's job prospects.
If things continue as they are, Canada's auto industry could vanish between 2030 and 2040. HuffPost Canada senior business editor Daniel Tencer looks at where things are headed.
History shows how cities across the Great Lakes region, including Oshawa, could be affected by GM's mass auto plant closures.
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.
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.
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.