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Manufacturing

Thermal Energy Receives $1.7 Million Heat Recovery Order from Major Hospital Group

Canadian cleantech company, Thermal Energy International, has received a $1.7 million order from a major hospital group for one of the company’s proprietary FLU-ACE® heat recovery systems. The project is expected to be completed and revenue earned over the next six months.

Real Estate
Manufacturing

Hot housing market benefits Vancouver's high-end furniture business

As prices of homes increase the quality and price of the furniture in these homes too is rising if interior experts are to be believed. While prices of homes have been steadily rising, Vancouver’s benchmark furniture prices have increased 46 percent over the past two years.

Manufacturing
Retail

Locally Made Mens' Grooming Products Are the New Rage

A couple of years ago the only ‘grooming’ products available for men was razors, shaving foam and a musky cologne. Fast forward to now and men have a wide array of artisanal products available such as beard oil with exotic ingredients like rosemary leaf extract and shaving soap that contains avocado oil.

Manufacturing

Is Canada Winning the Space Race?

The Canadian space sector has a world class reputation in various areas. It has been on the scene for a really long time and has built impressive high quality hardware.

Manufacturing

What Does It Mean to Be Canadian in 2016?

The times are changing and the Canadian brand is evolving. Many of our readers have wanted to know what it means to be Canadian in 2016. It is already quite known that the very idea of Canada is evolving in a way that not only acknowledges the past but is ready to tackle an independent future where change is expected.

Manufacturing

An Athlete's Dream – Custom Running Shoes

The concept of Math Shoes came to its founder Mathieu Raymond when he realised just how difficult it was to buy a pair of affordable and perfectly fitting running shoes.

Retail
Manufacturing

Fashion – Why Aren't More Canadian Fashion Brands Gaining Global Appeal?

There are many global opportunities, which our domestic designers could be missing out on. Canada, which exports about $1 billion in textiles a year, should certainly be doing better in the international fashion scenario than it is now. Most of Canada’s fashion exports are to the U.S.

Manufacturing
Trade

Canada's Arms Exports Could Be Much Higher Than Available Data

Canada has a history of exporting military equipment across the world, yet monitoring the size and extent of the arms business is not as easy as it looks.

Manufacturing

First Canadian Car to Get Equity Crowdfunding Support

Quebec City Based Dubuc Motors Is Launching an Electric Sports Car Tomahawk Which Will Be the First Canadian Manufactured Car That Raises Equity Through the U.S. Crowdfunding Program.

Manufacturing
Aerospace

Bombardier CSeries Could Suffer Another Setback Thanks to New Liberal Government

Toronto MP Adam Vaughan’s consistent stance against island airport runway extension ould be another stumbling block for Bombardier Inc. and their CSeries jetliner.