Popular models in Canada were manufactured by the US Remington and Underwood companies, among others.
The large-scale home delivery of milk began in Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal in 1900.
Railway and locomotive construction in the latter 19th century created a huge demand for steel.
The International Nickel Company (Inco) was established in 1902 through the fusion of two companies.
A refinery using the Orford process was built in Port Colborne, Ontario in 1918 and then moved to Copper Cliff, Ontario, where that technique was replaced by the matte flotation process in 1948. After CPR built the Crowsnest Pass it purchased the Trail roasting facility and in 1899 built a blast furnace to smelt lead ore.
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Couples In Step is located 6 km north of the 401, 1 block east of Dufferin, 2 blocks south of Finch (or, if you navigate by landmarks, Couples In Step is 6 km north of Yorkdale). Its competitor, the Dominion Steel Castings Company Limited founded in 1912, renamed the Dominion Foundries and Steel Company in 1917 and Dofasco in 1980, had its Hamilton facilities located next to those of Stelco.At the turn of the 20th century, a number of asbestos-related health concerns were identified, and its use was generally discontinued by the late 20th century.To maintain continuity, the treatment of its diffusion is dealt with in the context of its dominant "age".Technology is a major cultural determinant, no less important in shaping human lives than philosophy, religion, social organization, or political systems.The closely related sulphate pulp process was introduced in Canada in 1907, when the Brompton Pulp & Paper Company began operation in East Angus, Quebec. The pulp slurry was fed in a continuous stream into a paper-making machine that flattened, pressed and dried it into newsprint on huge rolls many metres wide and containing thousands of meters of paper.