Export Development Canada (EDC) is committing to net zero emissions by 2050 across its business lines and in its own global operations. The Crown corporation’s plan will include interim reduction targets for the most carbon intensive sectors for 2023 and 2030, supported by sustainable finance objectives.
INDUSTRY, ASSOCIATION & MEMBER NEWS
MILWAUKEE and TROY, Mich. – Rockwell Automation, Inc. (NYSE: ROK), the world’s largest company dedicated to industrial automation and digital transformation, and Plex Systems, the leading cloud-native smart manufacturing platform operating at scale, today announced that Rockwell has entered into an agreement to acquire Plex for $2.22 billion in cash.
As catalysts of innovation, technological advancement and job creation, mining companies – as well as technology companies building and deploying products for the mining industry – are eligible to take advantage of the federal Scientific Research & Experimental Development (SR&ED) program.
Originally Published by TELEDYNE OPTECH Vaughan, CANADA, June 17, 2021 ─ Teledyne Optech and Teledyne
We are thrilled to announce a company expansion in Eastern Canada with the opening of a new corporate location in Ontario. Situated at 4390 Corporate Drive in Burlington, our new location includes a 28,000 sq. ft. facility complete with offices and stockyard that is easy to get to from all major highways in the area.
Sudbury, Ont. – Ernst and Young LLP (EY), one of the world’s leading professional services firms, is working with NORCAT to build the skills, expertise and innovative solutions needed to help support the mining and metals industry through transformation.
In her recollection, the buzz around the game has always been tangible. “Of all the events held during Modern Mining & Technology Sudbury week, the one the volunteers always clamoured to be present for was the MineOpportunity Game,” enthuses Nicole Tardif, MMTS Co-Chair. “All the kids were happy, excited, and enjoying themselves.” And learning about careers in mining while they were at it.
Computers. Phones. Cars. Batteries. Some of the very things that may ultimately power our world without the reliance on fossil fuels, and save our environment, rely on mining the materials to create them from the same ground from which we extract fossil fuels.