……………………..HEAT WARNING continues for our entire region for today. A period of hot weather continues. Daytime high temperatures in excess of 30 degrees Celsius, with humidex values in the high thirties to low forties, are expected. Overnight lows near 20 degrees Celsius are also expected through this period, providing little relief from the heat. A slightly cooler airmass may move into the area this weekend, however there is considerable uncertainty. A few areas towards eastern Ontario are likely to experience extreme heat and high humidex values on Saturday as well………………………………………………..    
MPP CLARK ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR CANARM EXPANSION – HomeTown TV12
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MPP CLARK ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR CANARM EXPANSION

MPP CLARK ANNOUNCES SUPPORT FOR CANARM EXPANSION
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Brockville — The Ontario government is helping make Leeds and Grenville open for business and open for jobs by investing in the province’s manufacturing sector,
creating 12 new jobs and retaining 160 positions.

On Friday, October 18th, Steve Clark, MPP for Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes announced Canarm Ltd. is receiving $562,000 through the Eastern Ontario Development Fund to expand its facility, improve efficiency and enhance customer service.

“Since taking office, our government has sent a clear message that Ontario is open for business and open for jobs,” said MPP Clark. “We’re creating an environment where
businesses can focus on what they do best – developing great products and services and building successful companies. It’s great to see Canarm Ltd. invest in new
technology and grow their market share, while creating jobs and boosting the economy of our region and Ontario.”

Canarm is a privately owned company with an 80-year history and more than 700 customers in North America, including distributors and wholesalers. The HVAC
business unit is the focus of this project and is located in Brockville along with the company’s head office.

Canarm also has its own research and development lab in Brockville, with a lab manager and prototype assistant along with three dedicated engineers and technicians.

“We appreciate the Ontario government’s commitment to helping local companies innovate and grow. Ontario’s support is helping us to expand our business and better
serve our customers,” said James Cooper, Canarm’s President and Chief Operating Officer.

 

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