Manufacturing

A high-profile pricing dispute that saw one of Canada's largest food makers stop shipments of chips and snacks to the country's largest grocer has been resolved.
Hexo Corp. reported a net loss of $690.3 million as it recorded $616 million in one-time impairment charges in its latest quarter as it worked to turn around the cannabis business.
In Eastern Ontario, there are players that are on the leading edge in manufacturing sophistication and innovation. A new cohort of manufacturing workers is rising.
Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales rose 0.6 per cent to $64.8 billion in January, as higher prices helped boost sales in the petroleum and coal sector to a record high and lift wood product…
A new survey by Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters found nine out of 10 companies in the sector are grappling with supply chain issues.
That “chipset famine” is manifesting itself in a shortage of automobiles, computers, smartphones and other devices. In this episode of Techopia Live, OBJ publisher Michael Curran speaks with a…
Kingston manufacturers will be able to access a new monthly trade webinar series designed to help their businesses grow and explore global markets.
Coca-Cola Canada has announced a $1.5-million investment into a new distribution facility in Kingston.
Pricing intelligence firm Lytica’s bid to “think bigger” as it pushes into international markets is getting a boost thanks to millions of dollars in new venture capital and government funding.
Cookie and snack bar maker Leclerc doubles capacity of Eastern Ontario facility