Category: Environmental

  • Beekeeping in Canada.

    Beekeeping in Canada.

    Companies offering goods and services to the beekeeping sector may find opportunities in the Canadian market. Beekeeping is an important agricultural industry in Canada, producing honey and other hive products, and delivering valuable pollination services to farmers of orchard fruits, many berries, vegetables, forage, and the production of hybrid canola seed. In 2021, Agriculture and…

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  • Floriculture in Canada

    Floriculture in Canada

    Greenhouse floriculture is a major contributor to the Canadian agricultural landscape – and the wider economy, as per Flowers Canada. Mordor Intelligence counted 1,840 total nurseries in 2021, and more than 1,550 specialized flower production greenhouses. The industry directly employs over 14,000 people, with many more in secondary industries that serve greenhouse floriculture. The Government…

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  • EV & charging networks in Canada.

    EV & charging networks in Canada.

    Electric Autonomy’s EV & Charging Expo 2023 brought exhibitors, speakers, and more than 2,000 attendees to Toronto’s Enercare Centre last month for a look at the latest in commercial electric vehicles and charging solutions. Canada’s first show dedicated to the EV sector included an array of charging solutions; displays of electric vehicles, including city buses…

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  • Opportunities in Canada’s EV charging network.

    Opportunities in Canada’s EV charging network.

    As the number of electric vehicles (EVs) in Canada rises, there is need for more charging infrastructure for the country to meet its 2050 net-zero emissions target. The Government of Canada is investing in EV charging infrastructure as part of the broader push to grow the EV industry, drive EV adoption in Canada, and encourage…

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  • Let’s look at Canada’s National Adaptation Strategy.

    Let’s look at Canada’s National Adaptation Strategy.

    Extreme weather events, changes in heat and rainfall patterns, and rising sea levels are affecting daily life in Canada, and its economy. In recent weeks, the Canadian government announced its commitment to address the catastrophic effects of natural disasters occurring across the country. The unveiling of Canada’s first National Adaptation Strategy by Environment and Climate…

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  • Let’s look at hydrogen in Canada.

    Let’s look at hydrogen in Canada.

    Hydrogen is fast becoming a key source of clean energy across the globe – and Canada is actively participating in this change. While Canada has been producing oil and gas for decades, the country is now an emerging leader in the transition to industries like hydrogen and cleantech. It is one of the largest hydrogen…

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