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Report: Canadian manufacturing business conditions improved in December

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Canadian manufacturers reported an overall improvement in business conditions during December, says the latest report from IHS Markit Canada.

The market information firm’s monthly survey indicated sharp expansions in new orders and output underpinned the latest growth.

Sustained increases in manufacturing workloads contributed to capacity pressures and another round of job creation. There were also widespread reports that supply chain pressures mounted in December, which were often linked to the restrictions imposed to curb the surge in coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) cases.

Canadian manufacturers remained optimistic that their output levels in 2021 will improve. On the price front, material shortages and higher transportation costs added to inflationary pressures. Both input and output price inflation hit 26-month highs in December.

The headline seasonally adjusted IHS Markit Canada Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) registered 57.9 in December, up from 55.8 in November, signalling the strongest overall improvement in

Quartz CEO urges Quebec, Canada to develop ‘manufacturing sovereignty’

Jean-Philippe Robert thinks it’s high time Quebec and Ottawa started nurturing a crop of homegrown medical equipment manufacturers — especially if 2021 brings new waves of COVID-19 contaminations.



a person standing in front of a store: “Clothing is an essential service,” Quartz CEO Jean-Philippe Robert said. “When governments called, we were ready.


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“Clothing is an essential service,” Quartz CEO Jean-Philippe Robert said. “When governments called, we were ready.

“One of the lessons of the pandemic is that we, as a province and a country, need to develop some sort of manufacturing sovereignty when it comes to medical equipment in general, including clothing,” Robert, chief executive officer of luxury winter coat maker Quartz Co. , said in an interview Wednesday.

Montreal-based Quartz was one of several Quebec businesses that pivoted to supplying caregiving staff in a matter of weeks this spring after the Legault government issued a call for local vendors amid a dearth of foreign-made personal protective equipment. While Quartz focused mostly on medical gowns, other companies began churning