supply chains

Workers restock shelves at a grocery store in Toronto early in the pandemic. (Frank Gunn/CP)

How blockchain could revolutionize food supply chains—and lower your grocery bill

The technology could hold the key to logistical problems that drive up prices. But will it also entrench the food industry’s biggest players?

Workers sort out all the personal protective equipment (PPE) received from China at a warehouse in Valencia, Spain, on Mar. 25 2020. A total of 3,800,000 masks, 5,000 protective suits and 2,000,000 gloves arrived to Valencia region to equip hospitals and elderly homes. (Juan Carlos Cardenas/EPA/CP)

How China weaponized its supply chain

When the coronavirus emergency transitions to a post-COVID-19 economic order, securing the critical needs of Canadians, and the supply chains that meet them will be an essential and historic undertaking

Up off the factory floor

The future of manufacturing in Canada

Some Canadian firms are showing how the sector could drive the economy of the future