Kingston, Ont. focusing on skills, education for an EV-centric future

As one of Ontario’s post-secondary rich areas, there is a growing movement in the Kingston region to fill the skills gap in the transition to electric transportation

For OEMs and parts makers, EV retooling isn’t just about plants — it means replacing lost jobs and upskilling their workforce

The transition to electric vehicles will cost jobs as well as create them, while requiring Canada’s auto labour force to acquire new skills — realities that governments and the private sector are now grappling with

A critical factor on the path to electrifying Canada’s mines: workforce training

Below the surface a quiet revolution is taking place as Canadian mines move towards adoption of battery electric vehicles. A properly trained workforce is essential to the successful adoption of these new technologies, explains MacLean Engineering’s Stuart Lister