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EBMag catches up with TV's Property Brothers
EBMag recently met with television's Property Brothers, Jonathan Scott & Drew Scott, where they spoke about electrical work on the show, and the importance of homeowners investing in both quality tools and qualified contractors. WATCH...

John Myers and Joshua Cox show off Milwaukee's RedLithium
We caught up with Milwaukee Tools and had them explain and demonstrate the company's new RedLithium battery technology, which promises more torque, more runtime, and operational capability down to minus 18C. WATCH...


Nexans to build Extra-High-Voltage cable plant in North America
Nexans has announced it will build a plant in the United States to manufacture underground extra-high-voltage (EHV) cables (voltages greater than 200 kV)—and possibly extend submarine HV activities—in the States. READ more here...

Electro-Federation Canada and NAED prepare for face-off
Electro-Federation Canada (EFC) and the National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) will face off this August in a ''friendly'' game of golf to capture the 1st Annual Waterman Cup! Learn how to register...

GALLERY - GE's 14th annual Ride 'N' Drive for electric vehicles
Last week, we attended GE's 14th Annual Ride 'N' Drive event in Mississauga, Toronto, which gave attendants the opportunity to test drive some of the hottest electric vehicles to hit the market in the next few years. SEE...

The search for Canada's 50 Best Managed Companies
Now in its 19th year, the nationwide search continues for companies who are ''demonstrating the power of being the best through their business excellence, calibre of management abilities and practices,'' explained organizers. READ how a company can be nominated.

Breakfast marks official send off WorldSkills London 2011
Skills Canada, contractor Mike Holmes and minister of Human Resources and Skills Development, Diane Finley, gathered for Team Canada's official 'send off' as they prepare for WorldSkills London 2011. READ more here...

Cooper Crouse-Hinds Pauluhn moves to new manufacturing facility
Cooper Crouse-Hinds opened its new, ''innovative'' manufacturing facility to support its Pauluhn product line on June 15, which it says will provide vast improvements in the way it serves its customers. READ what this includes...

100-year-old Eaton holds Open Houses in Alberta
Eaton will be holding two Open Houses later this month in Alberta, which includes tours of the Power Distribution & Control Assemblies Trailer. READ more here...

Denis Lavoie assumes 2011-2012 presidency of IES
Denis Lavoie, commercial general manager of Philips-Lumec and Philips Roadway, has been named president of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IES) effective July 1, 2011. READ about this Quebecer's background in the industry.

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Calendar of Events

Eaton Open Houses - July 20, Edmonton, Alta., July 21, Calgary, Alta. Contact:

OEL's 14th Annual Industry Golf Tournament - Ontario Electrical League - August 10, Nobleton Lakes.

EFC Federation Cup Annual Charity Golf Tournament - Electro-Federation Canada - August 22, Milton, Ont.

''Selling Energy Solutions'' Workshops - National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) - August, Chicago, Ill., September, Long Island, N.Y.

GE Lighting Revolution Tour 2011 - September - locations across Canada.

Health & Safety Summit - Wind Energy Update - September 8-9, Dallas, Texas

ECAA 22nd Annual Bob Carson Classic Golf Tournament - Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta, Edmonton Chapter - September 14, Edmonton, Alta. Contact:

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