The Canadian government is providing its National Research Council with C$27 million ($26.8 million) to help develop an Aluminum Technology Center in Quebec’s Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean area. The NRC facility provides firms, government organizations and university researchers with wide-ranging support for the exploration of profitable ways to transform aluminum into various industrial components. The funds will be used to “enhance existing networks and create new linkages to develop ...

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