One of North America’s foremost advanced technology suppliers to the automotive industry has announced plans to build a $6 million facility on nearly five acres in the Bloomfield Business Park. IAT Global plans to begin immediate construction on the 47,000 square foot facility which is expected to be completed by summer of 2018. The firm … Read More
AgMedica Bioscience Inc. Becomes a Licensed Producer of Cannabis CHATHAM, ONTARIO – December 11, 2017 – AgMedica Bioscience Inc. (“AGMEDICA” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has received a cannabis production licence from Health Canada under the Access to Cannabis for Medical Purposes Regulation (“ACMPR”). In the coming weeks, the Company is planning to … Read More
Article from The Chatham Voice Ridgetown’s KSR International Co. is expanding. The automotive manufacturer is working on a $6.7 million expansion project. KSR, which specializes in sensors, pedals and control modules, plans to start building several new products at its Ridgetown plant, including four new types of brake pedal assemblies and a pair of new … Read More
Earlier this year Chatham-Kent Council expanded access to over $385,000 in funding that finances incentives to encourage private sector investment in neighbourhoods throughout Chatham-Kent. The incentives are an investment in our communities and stimulate private sector investment in commercial neighbourhoods and once again in our downtowns and main street areas. The Downtown Financial Incentive Program provides financial … Read More
After a relatively steady start, RM Sotheby’s turned things around at its flagship Monterey sale, grossing 132.8m US dollars and breaking the world record for a British car sold at auction with the 22.5m dollar Aston Martin DBR1… For article, please click here.
Chatham-Kent Mayor Randy Hope described Thursday’s visit by Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne as “very positive” for the municipality. “I was extremely impressed with the Premier,” he said. “She took time to meet with people outside the museum who were protesting a variety of issues and genuinely wanted to hear what they had to say.” Premier … Read More