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 •  October 20, 2016

Students Andrey Ostaltsov, left, and Jon Haydock, work on robotics and 3-D printing at the Sheridan College Advanced Manufacturing and Design Technologies centre in Brampton. (J.P. MOCZULSKI FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL) In his 2013 State of the Union address, Barack Obama made a pitch for the United States as a “magnet” for manufacturing, bringing up an...

The Globe and Mail

 •  August 24, 2016

Bold by Normann Copenhagen This typography-inspired powder-coated aluminum wall clock measures 35 centimetres in diameter, perfect for a dorm room or the home office. Bold by Normann Copenhagen, $97 through normann-copenhagen.com. Roll-Up XS by L&Z The latest edition in Michel Charlot’s collection of thermoplastic polyurethane bins is a smaller,...

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 •  September 23, 2015

A recent industry National Coffee Association poll found 40 per cent of those surveyed were concerned about the environmental impact of the piles of plastic coffee pods that are dumped into landfills each year. “When we do audits, we notice coffee pods ...

The Globe and Mail

 •  September 29, 2011

North American petrochemical companies are banking on the continent’s shale gas revolution to revitalize the hard-pressed industry, which is now planning to spend billions on new projects.
Leading the charge is Nova Chemicals, a Calgary-based company that has secured a crucial lifeline for its sprawling Ontario chemical complex through access to ...