Bromont, Quebec, might be viewed as a pleasant ski town with plenty of parks and a big lake. But the booming semiconductor industry and recent plans of the leaders of Canada, the United States
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The world will need an estimated 97 natural flake graphite mines to meet the required projected demand. With its huge graphite potential, Quebec is aiming to become one of the world’s largest
On bottomlands beside the St. Lawrence River opposite Trois-Rivieres in Québec, a large new factory is taking shape.
KPI Mining Solutions is partnering with Québec AI Institute Mila to develop artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) modelling in the hopes of advancing mining efficiency.
The Canadian aerospace industry is a driving force for innovation and development in Canadian industries.
As Canada races to solidify its EV supply chain, Quebec and Ontario are vying for investments and development of their lithium sectors.
Quebec is leading the country’s adoption of electric buses, a move that will improve air quality and lower greenhouse gas emissions that cause global heating.
At Aéro Montréal’s Annual General Meeting government officials announced financial contributions totalling over $47.45 million to support four mobilizing projects in the Quebec aerospace
With its "Plan for a Green Economy 2030", Quebec aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 37.5% by 2030, in comparison to the levels recorded in 1990.
On a bookshelf in his home near Montreal, Denis Geoffroy keeps a small vial of lithium iron phosphate, a slate gray powder known as LFP. He made the material nearly 20 years ago while helping the