Unifor calls for national auto policy after landmark vote to elect Lana Payne as first female president

After a contested election, Payne became the first woman to head Unifor — Canada’s largest private-sector union — which kicked off her term by releasing a new-forward looking auto policy report focused on electric vehicle manufacturing

Meet the Canadian women solving problems, digging deep and changing the face of the mining industry

In honour of Women in Mining Day, Electric Autonomy Canada spotlights some of the leading women in the Canadian mining sector. While there remains a steep climb to gender equality, signs of progress — including opportunities due to mining electrification — are encouraging

AAA Canada and NSE Technical & Logistics Services support customers’ transportation electrification projects

In a time when it’s never been more important to get the right people for the job, DRAKKAR Aerospace & Ground Transportation’s teams of qualified experts cover the industry spectrum for industrialization, production and logistics management of electric vehicles

From a whisper to a roar. What the mining industry needs to do to catch up to the electrification wave

What started with a few key early adopters taking important steps towards battery electrification over the past decade has now slowly but surely gone from the margins to the mainstream

There’s a skills shortage maintaining electric mining vehicles. One training program is trying to fix that

The global mining industry is facing a skills gap that a new, joint industry-college program in Canada’s hard-rock heartland is looking to fill by offering specialty training for battery electric equipment maintenance