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Features, interview, defence, canada, manufacturing

By Godfrey Nthunzi | November 12, 2018

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OMX chats with Eric Fournier, Director General for the IDEaS program at the Department of National Defense - which aims to tackle future defense and security challenges through innovators across the country.

Interested in how you can win up to $200,000 in innovation contracts? Attend our IDEaS webinar hosted by Eric next week on Thursday, November 15 at 2PM EST.

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Features, manufacturing, canada, united states, automotive

By Jon Elkin | October 1, 2018

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After a frantic weekend of negotiations, the United States and Canada reached a last-minute deal concerning NAFTA, just ahead of the midnight deadline set by the White House.

The new deal will be named the "United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement" (USCMA).

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Features, marine, interview

By Godfrey Nthunzi | September 25, 2018

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OMX chats with Juha Pakomäki, Vice President of Procurement at ALMACO, ahead of the B2B Luncheon and Reception at DEFSEC next week. Hear his thoughts on marine procurement in Canada, the largest shipbuilding modernization ever, and 20 years of ALMACO.

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Features, north america, automotive, manufacturing

By Jon Elkin | August 28, 2018

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August 28 - Yesterday, President Trump announced significant revisions to NAFTA in a bilateral agreement with Mexico, leaving Canada out. What's changed and what's going to happen to Canadian trade and manufacturing?

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Features, north america, europe, canada, defence

By Jon Elkin | July 9, 2018

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The 28 member states of NATO will be meeting in Brussels on July 11 and 12.

The Trump administration has routinely criticized their NATO allies for underspending on military and defence. Is this a fair criticism? And what are NATO defence spending, initiatives, and strategic trends like for the future?

 

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