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Current Industry Profiles
Owned by the province of Ontario, Infrastructure Ontario (IO) is a corporation dedicated to serving the needs of Ontarians through building and development, sustaining communities and the future.
In the past couple of years, natural resources sectors have come under the spotlight in media—as Canada’s energy industry is in distress and global mining jurisdictions face hard times. However, one company is progressing in leaps and bounds: Brazilian mining giant Vale has reason to celebrate this year, as 2016 marks 100 years of operations in Canada for the mineral producer.
It makes the Toronto skyline something to behold: Canada’s CN Tower has been a truly iconic landmark for an official 40 years, and CIO is pleased to present an in-depth look at its history, major milestones, and planned future strategy for programming with the Director of Sales, Marketing and Communications Lisa Tompkins.
In August, Canadian Industry had the distinct pleasure of speaking with François Laporte, President of Teamsters Canada, to reflect on a very special milestone: the 40th anniversary of the trade union. Teamsters Canada is truly a remarkable organization, representing the lives and livelihoods of over 120,000 members in transportation, production, and services and hospitality industries.
Building in Canada’s North: it takes a lot of planning and a lot of tenacity, perhaps a little more than in other parts of the country. This is why NGC Builders, based in the Yukon, has thrived, because the company has built a reputation on delivering the best construction projects in the harshest environments and in the most difficult conditions.
They make the industry’s hardest working drills, and have delivered services to companies operating in the most difficult environments on the planet: Hy-Tech Drilling, out of Smithers, BC, is leading the charge in diamond drilling.