If you’re wearing apparel that drapes and flows beautifully, with a luxurious silk-like sheen and bearing a label from any number of popular international brands, you may be surprised to learn it began life in a forest in New Brunswick, sustainably managed by AV Group, and processed in a dissolving-grade pulp mill, also owned by the AV Group.
From Forest to Fashion
The Family History and Bright Future of Wayside Radiator
Texas radiator repair service Wayside Radiator’s Mark Loe, company President and owner, tells how his father Miguel Loe, Sr., in his early career as a mechanic, became familiar with the workings of radiators and the business surrounding their cleaning and repair. After gaining enough experience, Miguel opened a shop in western Odessa, Texas which he would later move to Midland, naming it “Loe’s Radiator Shop.”
Your Tank Experts
To achieve robust worker safety in the oil and gas storage and transport industry, stringent standards are required; spills and accidents – such as explosions and inhalations – due to lax safety standards can lead to devastating environmental impacts, in addition to severe risks for workers.
Proprietary Solutions for Oil Patch Workers, Companies, and the Environment
AMGAS Services Inc.
Based in Calgary, Alberta, AMGAS Services Inc. is a world leader in emission control products and technologies for the oil and gas industry. The company’s proprietary solutions can be used against a witch’s brew of toxic emissions including hydrogen sulfide (H2S), toluene, xylenes, and benzenes. AMGAS has a global presence, big growth goals, and an eco-friendly attitude.
Built Texas Tough
Firethorne Downhole Tools
Tough industries demand reliable equipment, and few are as tough as the oil sector, especially in the Permian Basin where abundant deposits of crude oil and natural gas are tapped through thick layers of rock. This is where Firethorne Downhole Tools is most at home.
At the Centre of Canada’s Mining Revolution
The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI)
The Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) is a Canadian mining industry initiative founded in 2007 to help meet industry challenges by advancing successful innovation projects into commercially viable products and services.
How Smart Tech Will Help Preserve the Planet
As the famous line, “Water, water, everywhere, nor any drop to drink,” from Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s Rime of the Ancient Mariner suggests, the world’s most valuable resource is not nearly as infinite as we want to believe. Indeed, according to the United Nations, water scarcity is on the rise.
Let it Flow
The Challenge of Aging Infrastructure
Vital to the daily operations of all communities, infrastructure encompasses roads, telecommunications systems, power generation, transportation, water and sewers, and more – all of which affect health, the economy, and education.
Bringing High-Tech, People-Focused Solutions to the Lumber Industry
La Crete Sawmills
La Crete Sawmills operates in La Crete, Alberta and serves clients across Canada. The business was formed in 1989 by nine founders native to the area, including the current president and major shareholder John Unger.
What Lies Beneath
Ocean technology testing and research, hydrographic surveying, naval support training, science expeditions, and sensor and data management are all part of LeeWay Marine’s portfolio of services. When your work takes you to the ocean, LeeWay Marine is there already.
A Venerable Maritime Firms Goes Big
In late November 2020, Hawboldt Industries—an East Coast company that custom designs and manufactures made-to-order deck equipment—unveiled what might be the largest offshore marine crane ever made in Canada. The mighty HAW66-300K boasts a thirty-five-metre reach, a maximum capacity of three hundred metric tonnes, and cutting-edge crane technology. Based in Chester, Nova Scotia and founded over a century ago, Hawboldt has come a long way from the days it serviced local fishing fleets.
Staking a Claim in North America’s Maritime Industry with Technology & Collaboration
Atlantic Canada is a burgeoning ecosystem of ocean technology in Canada and around the world. Hubs like the Centre for Ocean Ventures and Entrepreneurship (COVE), ocean focused post-secondary education institutes such as Dalhousie University and the Marine Institute of Memorial University, and the many world class ocean technology OEMs are a big part of the growth of this ecosystem. MacArtney seems right at home in Atlantic Canada as opportunities seem to be only growing with time.
Leading the Solid Waste Industry
The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA)
The Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) has been the leading association in the solid waste management field for over sixty years. With forty-seven chapters in the United States, Canada, and the Caribbean, and more than ten thousand public and private sector members, SWANA is the largest member-based solid waste association in the world. The organization provides technical conferences, certifications, publications, and a wide variety of technical training courses to support the industry.
As a leading manufacturer of custom power generation equipment, Collicutt Energy’s highly trained and experienced team designs, engineers, and manufactures power solutions, while also working to continually raise the standards for customers, whether repairing, overhauling, servicing or performing preventative maintenance on all brands of engine. Collicutt’s mandate includes offering a wide variety of services while keeping customer downtime to a minimum.
Sustainable Energy Wherever There's a Little Sun
The Smart Energy Company™
The Smart Energy Company™, New Brunswick’s first utility-scale solar developer, proudly announces the NOREASTER, specifically designed for cold harsh climates where energy is needed most…
Powered by People
Finding and Keeping a Skilled Workforce
From restaurants to the resources sector, industries worldwide are facing a shortage of workers. Every day, the news is full of stories about the “dire” need for servers, bartenders, cooks and skilled tradespeople, with many owners now willing to pay more than the going rate.
The Social Contract
Nature, Equality, and Liberty in the Resources Sector
The social contract is a topic that compels a deep dive into the past, into the philosophical works of Jean Jacques Rousseau, Thomas Hobbes, and John Locke who pondered this pivotal issue during the age of enlightenment in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries.
Keeping Workers Safe Underground
Jannatec Technologies designs, manufactures, and sells products and provides services that enhance safety and productivity for people who work underground. Primarily focused on the mining sector, the company’s proprietary products incorporate sensors, cameras, radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags, connectivity solutions, and other technological tools. When fitted to hardhats, clothing, or vehicles, these products enable communication, hazard detection, data and image-recording, and tracking when workers are underground.
Safe & Sustainable
Dispelling the Myths around Nuclear Energy
Nuclear energy is one of the most widely recognized energy sources today, with the World Nuclear Association reporting that nuclear power supplied 2,553 TWh (terawatt hours) of electricity in 2020. However, because of a few highly-publicized accidents involving nuclear reactors and a slew of misinformation and fear following these accidents, nuclear energy’s usefulness to humanity as a safe, reliable source of energy is still downplayed and at risk of being phased out entirely in decades to come.
Offshore Wind and Solar Energy
Fast becoming the poster child of renewable energy, offshore wind and solar power is growing worldwide – but not without controversy.
The World is Yours
The Economics of Influence
The Ups & Downs of Crypto