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PRODUCT RECALL - Bosch recalls HD19 and HD21 hammer drills
Robert Bosch Inc. has recalled its 1/2-in. two-speed hammer drills models HD19-2, HD19-2D, HD19-2L and HD21-2. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately. READ...

PRODUCT RECALL - Extech Instruments recalls clamp meters and multimeters
The Electrical Safety Authority is notifying the public that Extech Instruments Corp. is voluntarily recalling certain clamp meters and multimeters due to shock hazard. Consumers are advised to stop using these products immediately. READ...

PRODUCT RECALL - UPM Marketing recalls line-voltage thermostats
UPM Marketing Inc. has announced a voluntary recall and product upgrade replacement of its line-voltage thermostats, as some units may overheat and emit smoke, especially when the load has exceeded the specified maximum rating. READ...

EFC centralizes technical services for electrical and consumer markets
Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) has integrated its Technical Services team into one centralized hub, which will include both an Electrical and Consumer arm, headed by Bill Bryans and Richard Martel, respectively. This change strives to align codes and standards development in Canada within two important market segments. READ...

Bruce Power an Ontario Apprenticeship Employer Recognition Award recipient
Bruce Power has been recognized as an exceptional employers for its commitment to apprenticeship training. READ...

McMaster prof nails huge grant to train students in photovoltaics
The future just got brighter for students wanting to help speed developments in the rapidly growing field of solar energy, as John Preston—professor at McMaster University—receives a $1.65-million award that will support the training of students in photovoltaics. READ...

Feds pass Canada Consumer Product Safety Act
Our federal government passed the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA), which replaces Part 1 of the Hazardous Products Act and introduces a new regulatory regime. It gives the federal ministry the power to order recalls of unsafe products, including dangerous electrical goods. READ...

BC Hydro and Chevrolet charge into clean mobility future
Vehicle fleets in British Columbia are going green thanks to a new partnership between BC Hydro and Chevrolet Canada that aims to promote consumer adoption of plug-in electric vehicles, and build awareness of the environmental benefits of the cars. READ...

CanSIA outlines bright forecast in Solar Vision 2025
The Canadian Solar Industries Association (CanSIA) believes the solar industry is set to grow and reach market competitiveness because it is delivering on its commitment to reduce costs, and because solar power offsets some of the grid's most expensive energy during high-demand periods. READ...

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Calendar of Events

BICSI Winter Conference & Exhibition - January 16-20, Orlando, Fla.

BC Power Symposium - January 25-26, Vancouver, B.C.

IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop - January 24-28, Toronto, Ont.

Utility Products Conference & Exhibition - February 1-3, San Diego, Calif.

DistribuTECH - February 1-3, San Diego, Calif.

NETA PowerTest - February 21-24, Washington, D.C.

OCS State of the Industry and Outlook Economic Conference - March 2, Toronto, Ont.

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