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It Takes a Community to Feed a Community

Guelph’s SEED Project is delivering 100,000 nutritious food boxes to community members affected by COVID-19
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Craft Brewer Taps Into New Ways To Deliver In Guelph

Brewed in the Guelph Junction Fixed Gear Brewing Co. was founded by Michael Oosterveld as a means to both...
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“We have been in Canada since 1887,” says Eric Berdan, Director, FactoryOperations. “Nestlé is focused on being economically sustainable, delivering on our...
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Why Kingston Serves The North East American Market

Canada is leading globally in Advanced Manufacturing and is continuing to grow due to heavy investment in research and development, tax rates,...
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Cultivating the Agriculture Innovation Sector in Guelph

Profiles on 3 growing companies that call Guelph home. Mirexus Biotechnologies, TrU-ID and Quinta Quinoa Guelph is a...
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Hamilton’s 40 Fastest Growing Companies

Fast 40 program gives national exposure to local companies. The City of Hamilton set an ambitious five-year goal to boost recognition for its growing companies and...
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What’s Brewing in Kingston?

Check out Spearhead Brewing Company’s Success Story From the brewing vessels to the bottling line, Spearhead beer is truly crafted in Kingston. The award-winning brewery faced...
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Robotics Valuable To North America’s Largest Cluster of Greenhouse Growers

The majority of Ontario’s 1,800 acres of greenhouses are located in the Leamington and Kingsville regions. At Mucci Farms, automation and robotics have helped the...
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Nova Scotia Provides Excellent Conditions for Agribusiness

In 2016, Nova Scotia sold $1.8 billion in seafood products, and $350 million in agri-food products, to markets worldwide. The province’s agri-food sector comprises...