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Canadian colleges offering free microcredentials

For a limited time, Canadians have access to fully funded microcredentials that aim to increase their skills and competencies “to meet the needs of Canada’s shifting economy”. Canadian Colleges for a Resilient Recovery (C2R2) has launched Quick Train Canada, offering microcredentials from select accredited institutions across the country, targeted at upgrading skills in crucial sectors to “Canada’s low-carbon economy”—at no cost to students.

WSIB improvements are “a deliberate effort to bring generational change”

Ontario’s WSIB has launched a suite of new services with the aim of better serving its clients. People with claims and businesses can now access claim information 24/7, including status, latest payments, and approved benefits in real time. They can also submit documents straight to their claim file and send the WSIB a message any time... and the changes don’t stop there.

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ANAMET Food Grade SEALTITE and Fittings

ANAMET is proud to announce that we now have CSA approval on both our SEALTITE FGUA Food Grade Conduit and our Stainless 316 fittings. Both are approved by NSF for Splash Zone locations in food areas. This allows Canadian food processing plants to have an optimum hygienic solution, while also meeting CEC electrical requirements. Contact your ANAMET rep for more details.
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Can a vehicle get any more “21st-Century” than this?

Family road trips may never be the same! In pursuit of “an interactive relationship where people feel mobility as an intelligent entity”, Sony Honda Mobility unveiled its AFEELA prototype electric vehicle. The EV’s computer will boast trillions of operations per second, while its 45 cameras and sensors monitor the car’s every situation. Sony Honda is also partnering with Epic Games to integrate “real and virtual worlds”, and explore new entertainment possibilities... like maybe virtual K-Pop? » Learn more

Canada launches new Enabling Small Modular Reactors Program

Natural Resources Canada launched the Enabling Small Modular Reactors Program to promote the safe commercial development of SMRs. “As Canada advances toward a low-carbon economy, many forms of clean energy are needed to power the growing demand for clean, affordable, and reliable electricity,” says NRCan, adding that the next generation of nuclear technologies will play an important role as Canada faces growing energy demands. » Learn more

Dewalt supports skilled trades training at Humber College

Humber College has received a donation from Dewalt that will support students who are training to enter the skilled trades. “We believe it is important to work with programs such as those offered by Humber to help ensure that Canada’s young tradespeople have the training and tools they need for their future success,” said Allan Hawes. The gift will be used to establish the Dewalt Pathways to the Trades Scholarships. Two scholarships will be awarded annually, as well as funding provided for “emergency bursaries”. » Read more



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