Manufacturing

What Does “Made in Canada” Actually Mean?

The maker of Moose Knuckles parkas and the Competition Bureau disagree over whether the Montreal company's products meet labelling standards

How to Make the Most of the U.S. Recovery

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After years of merely surviving, several manufacturing sectors show signs of life. Tooling up to meet the demand will be key

A New Consumer Segment for the Food Industry

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Changing eating structures and an emphasis on simpler and fewer ingredients will challenge and reward manufacturers

Why You Need to Plan for Success

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What We Learned in 2015: Canada Goose CEO Dani Reiss shares his biggest lesson from the past year

Why Canada Goose is Expanding Domestic Manufacturing Capacity

Dani Reiss opens Canada Goose’s new factory in Winnipeg. Photo: Canada Goose

The parka-maker plans to meet growing global demand with the help of a new factory in Winnipeg

Why Canada’s Fastest-Growing Company Keeps Innovating in Tough Times

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A relentless focus on new ideas helped Western Manufacturing to the #1 spot on the 2015 PROFIT 500

Proof That Breaking the Mould Pays Off

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An innovative product format boosted sales and earned KFI a spot on the 2015 PROFIT 500

Why Manufacturing in China Is Losing Its Appeal

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The country's economic woes are pushing Canadian importers to look for sourcing alternatives says one shipping company

How to Make Just the Right Amount of Product

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Not being able to meet clients' needs hurts your brand, but so does excess inventory. Five steps to successful supply chain management

How to Bring the “Wow” Factor Back to Canadian Manufacturing

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Industry leaders discuss the key sector's problems and how to fix them

How “Made in Canada” Can Save You Money

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This Winnipeg firm is taking on IKEA by making the most of local manufacturing

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Simple mistakes and shortcomings can cost you current customers, and prevent you from attracting new ones. What not to do

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