Graybar Canada, an employee-owned company, is a wholesale distributor for thousands of items from leading manufacturers of electrical and communications & data products. Graybar Canada seeks to fill numerous positions in a number of locations:
Bright Negawatts Inc.—a provider of energy efficiency, conservation and demand management products and solutions—has entered into an agreement with Nedco (a division of Rexel Canada Electrical Inc.), wherein Nedco will serve as the national distributor of the Lumismart ILC (intelligent lighting controller) in Canada.
Extech Instruments has announced a month of giveaways, worth up to $2400 during December. Starting on the 3rd, Extech will be selecting two winners every Thursday for a total of eight prizes. Each winner may choose from one of the following Extech prizes:
Ainsworth, Ameresco, Direct Energy, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, MCW Custom Energy Solutions, Siemens and Trane have formed an advocacy organization called Energy Services Association of Canada (ESAC) to promote government policies and regulatory support for greater use of “guaranteed, performance-based solutions to upgrade Canada’s aging infrastructure”.
Standards, codes, legislation, new technology, case studies and site tours were all on the agenda at the 2010 IES Annual Conference, entitled “Quality Lighting in a Greener World”.The Opening Session, “The Great Debate: The Banning of the Incandescent Bulb”, pitted Kaj den Das of Philips Lighting against Phil Gabriel of…
A joint partnership between ECS Clean Energy Solutions Ltd. and AS Solar Inc. aims to create a one-stop solution for the Canadian solar market. ECS will provide dealers and installers and, ultimately end customers, with access to end-to-end solar systems from PV product manufacturers, as well as expertise in solar…
Finance minister Rosann Wowchuk announced December 1, 2010, that Manitoba is the first province in Canada to eliminate the small business tax. “Beginning today, [small businesses] will no longer have to pay the provincial small business tax [of 8%],” said Wowchuk.
“Tillsonburg! My back still aches when I hear that word.” — Stompin’ Tom(CLICK HERE for Stompin’ Tom Connors performing “Tillsonburg” in 2005.)Siemens has selected Tillsonburg, Ont., for its Canadian wind turbine blade manufacturing site. The factory will be established in an existing 253,000-sf facility, located on 40 acres, that was…
Siemens Canada Ltd. is participating in a voluntary recall of Siemens plug-in circuit breakers, which includes Type QP one- and two-pole plug-in breakers manufactured in Mexico. These breakers are sold individually or in combination packages designated as X-Press Pack load centres.
EBMag sister publication Canadian Occupational Safety (COS)—in collaboration with Manufacturing Automation, Plant Engineering & Maintenance and PIQ magazines—has launched the first-ever Canada’s Safest Employers Award, recognizing outstanding companies that are making a difference in promoting the health & safety of their workers.