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Infrastructure needs hurting Sudbury company

Infrastructure needs hurting Sudbury company

For 40 years, Sudbury's City Welding has been at the forefront of ingenuity, earning a 2011 Bell Chamber of Commerce Award for its innovative approach to business.
Engineering shortage after recession

Engineering shortage after recession

An aging and retiring workforce, coupled with declining immigration rates, has increased the demandĀ for engineers as the economy picks up speed.

New standards for foreign-trained engineers

New national standards to quickly recognize the credentials of foreign-trained engineers is being applauded by an Ontario professional licensing and regulatory body.
Engineering new opportunities in Timmins

Engineering new opportunities in Timmins

A change in Xstrata Copper's contracting philosophy is attracting the attention of an international, multidisciplinary engineering firm looking to stretch its reach even further through Northern Ontario.
Designing couple

Designing couple

When Matt Ryan explains FAD Architects modern rustic approach to building design, he's drawing on his inspiration from Scandinavian architecture.
Ionic Engineering's ingenous knack for building

Ionic Engineering's ingenous knack for building

By James Neeley It's the dream of most children playing with LEGOs to build innovatively designed pieces that are functional, well, at least those children who have a knack for invention.

RoboMap revolutionizing underground mapping

By James Neeley A shopping cart sized robot driven by a video game joystick controller is revolutionizing underground mapping in the mining industry.

Debbie Hedsbee elected to PDAC board

Debbie Hendsbee, Wardrop's Mining Division Manager for Business Strategy and Development, was recently elected to the board of the Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada.
Sky's the limit for UAV maker

Sky's the limit for UAV maker

These aren't your radio-controlled hobby planes anymore and a Thunder Bay entrepreneur is poised to benefit from an emerging international market.
Short-term need for engineers

Short-term need for engineers

The demand for engineers and technologists is expected to increase more than three per cent over the next two years, before hiring levels off because of the slumping North American economy.