L-D Tool & Die

What began as a convenient way for an Ottawa hockey player to sharpen up his blades before hitting the ice has become a fledgling business with international demand
It has a built-in communications network. It can recognize your face. It detects motion, seismic activity, wind speed, even smells. And it looks like a traffic cone.
Inside a nondescript industrial building on the outskirts of Stittsville, co-owner Lawrence (Laurie) Dickson and sales manager Ken Toews sit down to describe the 22-year odyssey that saw L-D Tool…