York Group of Companies, a leading provider of environmental and infrastructure services in Ontario, has acquired Toronto-based MCS Group.
Vaughan-based York Metal Products — leading metal fabricator — will be receiving $1.9 million in FedDev Ontario support.
Qualified small to medium-sized Canadian businesses can receive from $25,000 to $1 million in HASCAP loans, and larger organizations with multiple locations such as a chain of restaurants or hotels can receive up to $6.25 million in funding support.
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The Ontario government is expanding the number of small businesses that can apply for the Main Street Relief Grant to help offset the costs of purchasing personal protective equipment (PPE) to cautiously and gradually reopen in parts of the province. Small businesses with 2 to 19 employees in all eligible sectors
The Ontario Small Business Support Grant will grant small businesses between $10,000-$20,000 to help cover decreased revenue expected as a result of the provincewide lockdown.
The HCI, which launched in February 2020, is designed for start-ups that are building solutions for artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, wearable computing, 5G, and other transformative technologies.
2020 was a challenging year for the business community, but there were still moments worth celebrating. Check out our Top 15 list.
Magna International Inc. is deepening ties with electric vehicle maker Fisker. Magna said Monday it had signed on to help Fisker build a driver assistance system for its electric sport utility vehicle.
The government is announcing the new Ontario Small Business Support Grant, which will provide a minimum of $10,000 and up to $20,000 to help small business owners during this challenging period.
SMTC Corp. a Markham ON-based electronics manufacturing services (EMS) provider announced that it will produce Aura V ventilators for one of its customers – IPM Chirana.
Manually inspecting thousands of sheets of metal per day on multiple production lines running 24 hours a day presents a multitude of quality control challenges. An automated 3D inspection system, on the other hand, can keep up with the steady flow of product and provide quality inspections every time.
Richmond Hill headquartered Levelwear, a clothing company known for its golf apparel turned its focus toward making masks amid pandemic
Markham headquartered Vexos signed a contract with the Government of Canada to manufacture and supply 10,000 MVM units to help fight pandemic.
Aug. 20, 2020 /CNW/ – Internet of Things Inc., a software and solutions provider in the artificial intelligence and industrial IoT markets, is pleased to announce that it has joined forces with Get Ready™ and Protect Your Office to create Safe Site Global Association.
NEWMARKET, Ontario, July 27, 2020 AirBoss of America Corp. today announced that AirBoss Defense Group has been awarded a contract by the U.S. Department for Health and Human Services – Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response for the manufacture and sale of 50,000 FlexAir™ Powered Air Purifying Respiratorsystems, 3,000,000 high efficiency filters and related accessories, including spare protective hoods, for delivery to the Strategic National Stockpile.
OTTAWA, ON, July 31, 2020 /CNW/ – As we begin to reopen the economy and plan our recovery from the COVID-19 crisis, the Government of Canada is committed to building a clean energy future and supporting the natural resource sectors.
The Provincial government has given York Region approval to enter Stage 3 of re-opening but what exactly does that mean?
The Ontario government is allowing seven more regions to enter Stage 3 on Friday, increasing the number of businesses and public spaces that will reopen across the province. This includes York Region.
Next Generation Manufacturing Canada (NGen), the industry-led organization leading Canada’s Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster, has announced a collaborative funding effort worth $28.8 million to support nine cutting-edge projects across Canada, two of which involve Vaughan-based companies.
CrossWing in Aurora, On. will manufacture Cleanbot UV and Cleanbot MIST, two next-generation robots that overcome serious limitations of first-generation disinfecting systems.
July 7, 2020 marked the official opening of Hygia Healths mask making facility in Vaughan, Ontario. The 13,000 sq./ft facility currently produces 50,000 face masks a day with plans to increase to 1,000,000.
The Government of Canada has signed a contract with Markham-based tech company Lind Equipment to test a UV sanitizer technology that could be used to decontaminate work areas and enable the re-use of personal protective equipment (PPE).
If wearing a face mask seemed strange to most people not so long ago, wearing a plastic face shield had to be downright weird. But as summertime arrives in Canada, interest in the plastic face coverings is heating up with the weather. Already in regular use by medical staff and some members of the public, face shields appear to be gaining appeal, boosting sales for manufacturers.
Following announcements from Federal Procurement Minister Anita Anand on May 3rd, and Ontario Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade Victor Fideli on June 2nd, Sterling Industries is pleased to announce that it has been awarded contracts by
The Ontario government continues investing in local manufacturers in order to keep frontline workers and communities safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The coronavirus pandemic is reshaping the future of work, with many Markham businesses adapting their business models to not only keep operating, but also support the community.
MARKHAM, May 26, 2020 /CNW/ — VEXOS Inc., a Global Electronics Manufacturing services (EMS) provider, has signed an agreement with the Government of Canada to manufacture 10,000 Mechanical Ventilator Milano (MVM) units in the national mobilization to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a time when the global coronavirus pandemic seized the world, many businesses found ways to pivot to continue operating.
Ever since the province put out a call to action in March for “made-in-Ontario solutions” for critical supply shortages, York Region companies have stepped up in droves to respond.