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CBRE Reports Top 10 North American Data Center Markets
The North American Data Center Trends Report looked at second half 2022 for most active markets in terms of net absorption.
Canada And Ontario Welcome Investment From Volkswagen
Volkswagen is scheduled to build its first overseas electric vehicle battery manufacturing plant in Ontario, Canada.
AstraZeneca Brings 500 Life Sciences Jobs To Ontario, Canada
In Ontario, AstraZeneca will expand its R&D operations, while Canada helps Stanpac scale up manufacturing of new compostable and recyclable packaging.
Canada Is Calling
Economic growth and FDI are robust across the nation, with advanced manufacturing just one of the bright spots.
Eurofins CDMO Alphora Inc. Relocates, Expands In Canada
Sheridan Research Park in Mississauga, Ontario is the new home of the company’s API process R&D activity, solid-state R&D activity and analytical services team.
Nokia Picks Ontario For 5G, AI, Cybersecurity R&D Hub
Ottawa as will serve as Nokia's Canadian HQ for research and development in 5G, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and cybersecurity.
Shoring Up Semiconductors
Across North America, companies and locations are moving semiconductor manufacturing and ecosystems closer to home.
Umicore To Build $1B+ EV Battery Materials Plant In Eastern Ontario
Umicore's industrial scale battery materials manufacturing plant in Loyalist Township, Ontario will be the first of its kind in North America.
Among the growing green markets across the U.S. and Canada, recycling operations, electric vehicles, and supporting technology are making inroads.
When The (Work) Day Is Through
Choosing a place that offers employees quality of life with a wide variety of recreation and leisure options is key to your next location.
Slate Asset Management To Develop 800 Acres In Hamilton, Ontario
Slate Asset Management will redevelop a Hamilton, Ontario site into a world-class industrial park with a focus on job creation, economic growth, and environmental sustainability.
Stellantis Picks Ontario, Canada For Major Electric Vehicle Investments
Stellantis will retool and modernize plants, build two new electric vehicle and EV battery technology R&D centers in Windsor and Brampton.
Dot Foods Investing Over $89M In Two New Distribution Centers
Dot Foods will build a $39M distribution center in Ingersoll, Ontario, and a $50.5M operation in Manchester, TN.
MDA Unveils Ontario Global HQ, Space Robotics Centre Of Excellence
MDA's nearly $80M City of Brampton facility will be home to Canadarm3 and over 700 highly-skilled employees at the forefront of the global space economy.
Canada Lands Its First Large Scale Lithium-Ion Battery Production Plant
In a joint venture, Stellantis and LG Energy Solution will invest $4.1B in Canada's first large scale, domestic, electric vehicle battery manufacturing facility in Windsor, Ontario.
Electric Vehicle Industry Getting Charged Up In Canada
GM and POSCO Chemical building $400M cathode active material (CAM) plant to support electric vehicle supply chain; Canadian leaders support installation of EV chargers in Ontario.
Ontario Invests in Clean Steelmaking Technology To Support Auto Sector
ArcelorMittal Dofasco Hamilton will be the first integrated steel mill in North America to transition off coal, and among the first in the world.
Digging In With Shovel-Ready Sites
Being prepared for any and every corporate relocation or expansion scenario is vital for any community seeking new business ventures. Certified sites are a good start.
L3Harris Opens $110M Ontario Facility
The state-of-the art Watertown facility supports L3Harris’ strategic growth initiatives, is expected to create 250 jobs over the next four years.
Locations For The Agribusiness Industry: Setting The Table
The USDA is adding ethanol and whiskey to its annual tally of agricultural products, with U.S. exports expected to outpace imports by nearly $20 billion.