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Linamar Corporation, a supplier of engine, transmission and driveline ...
Ontario, Canada-based, Linamar Corporation is a designer and manufacturer of precision metallic components and systems for the automotive, energy and mobile industrial markets.
Eagle Manufacturing LLC–Linamar creates jobs, earns accolades
Florence-based Eagle Manufacturing LLC–Linamar has grown from a $30 million company in 2010 to an estimated $70 million company by year's end.
Crossing guards — do they help or hurt?
Bob Dekker helps pedestrians cross at the roundabout at Homer Watson Boulevard and Block Line Road, near St. Mary's High School, in Kitchener.
Residents endorse roundabouts, but 'perfect storm'...
WATERLOO REGION - It turns out most residents are OK with roundabouts - and the more you drive them, the more you like them. Related Stories.
RIM cutting 5000 jobs in restructuring
A man walks by the sign at Research In Motion in Waterloo. RIM says it is cutting 5,000 jobs. next play/pause pre 1/1. Waterloo Region Record.
LPGA Classic: Even rivals are cheering for Lindsey...
Lindsey Smith, still recovering from a career-threatening accident, practices for the Manulife Financial LPGA Classic tournament at Grey Silo Golf Course on Tuesday.
Business without Borders: Trade between emerging markets is increasing
Canadian auto component manufacturing corporations such as Magna International, Martinrea and Linamar boast vast operations and trade networks around the globe.
Strong Action For Ontario's Economy
The McGuinty government has named the 13 members of the newly formed Jobs and Prosperity Council, who will sit alongside Chair Gordon Nixon.
Safety concerns mean apartment owners can't use...
KITCHENER - City buildings officials say the residents in an eight-storey apartment building at Ottawa Street and Midland Drive cannot use their enclosed balconies.
City of Kitchener to scrap minimum distance rules...
KITCHENER - Following a human rights challenge the City of Kitchener is scrapping a controversial bylaw that says group homes must be at least 400 metres apart.