The North American resource sector is a vital contributor to economic growth. It touches all our lives, whether we realize it or not. The resource sector is the incubator providing the necessities of modern-day life.
Canada's Indigenous Forestry Initiative (IFI)Tapping into Talent
As we enter Year Two of the worst pandemic in a century, the news, fortunately, isn’t all doom and gloom. For too long, forestry has been largely regarded as dominated by white males but now, in a new dispensation, the Indigenous Forestry Initiative (IFI) is challenging that notion.
Carriere Industrial Supply LimitedBringing a Family History and People-First Focus to the Mining Sector
Carriere Industrial Supply Limited (CIS) is a Canadian industrial steel fabricator with a global customer base. The company was founded in 1964 by its namesake, Armand Carriere; at the time, Mr. Carriere worked as a traveling salesman, selling a variety of industrial products and consumables to mining and forestry projects in areas around Ontario and Quebec.
Royal Truck & EquipmentWhere Safety is the Driving Factor
Highway driving—a staple of daily commutes across the country—relies on a number of factors including attentive drivers, well-maintained roads, and adequate safety signage. Road workers labor day and night to keep routes flowing, but workers’ safety is often disregarded by drivers in the rush to reach their destination.
Sewer EquipmentFamily Firm Marks 80th Anniversary with New Products, Big Goals
Sewer Equipment, a Dixon, Illinois-based manufacturer of sewer cleaning and vacuum excavation gear, just passed a huge corporate milestone. The family-owned firm celebrated its eightieth anniversary last year and continues to develop new products and set new goals.
Geosource EnergyThings Are Heating up For Geothermal Energy
Geoexchange is how geothermal energy, generated and stored below the Earth’s surface, provides efficient and cost-effective heating, cooling, and hot water to a home or structure. Because the temperature below the surface of the earth remains constant, exchanging heat is more efficient, making geoexchange more sustainable than conventional HVAC, at a fraction of the financial and environmental cost. Known as geothermal heat pumps or ground source heat pumps, these systems use the stable temperature of the ground to store heat energy so it can be pulled back out and distributed into a building using minimal electricity.
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