The oil and gas industry has played a crucial part in Alberta’s political structure for decades. Alberta contains about 97 percent of all oil stores in Canada, which ranks third globally for oil
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Canada’s chemical industry sold a record $72.7 billion of product last year amid recovery from COVID-19 and strong consumer demand, according to the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada
The Government of Canada has announced that seven businesses and organisations in life sciences, manufacturing and technology based in Burnaby, British Columbia will receive 20.8 million CAD to
Alberta's aerospace industry is growing, and UCalgary is ready to play a key role in its future.
Sandvik Coromant and the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology have invested into supporting and educating the next generation of machinists for nearly 20 years.
The provincial government is directing $3 million to employers that are willing to give young people a start in manufacturing careers.
Funding for the next intake of the Rural Economic Diversification and Infrastructure Program (REDIP) is jumping to $66 million based on the quality of applications received to date.
A shift is taking place in Alberta’s industrial heartland as the province’s economy builds on the success of its petrochemical processing sector towards other energy sources and new manufacturing
Today, the Government of Canada and the Government of British Columbia announced a combined $7.2-million investment to create a new biomanufacturing training centre at BCIT, where in partnership
An alliance of Canada’s dominant oil sands producers has struck a deal to begin evaluating one of the world’s biggest proposed carbon capture and storage projects in Alberta, targeting initial