L-D Tool & Die

Winnipeg-based Precision ADM says it’s investing more than $2 million in a 3,500-square-foot facility near the Gatineau airport and hopes to start production early next year.
When Jason Lee first started hearing about nationwide lockdowns to thwart the spread of the coronavirus, his instinct for collaboration didn’t take long to kick in.
Laurie Dickson believes manufacturers like his have a major role to play in making the country less reliant on foreign suppliers of vital medical equipment.
An Ottawa-based high-tech company is shifting its focus to a simpler solution that could solve some common COVID-19 concerns while funding a more rapid response to the pandemic
Stittsville entrepreneur Tim Maxwell’s business is all about giving customers an edge over their competition. Or, more precisely, two edges.
One year ago, Jason Lee took the stage at TiECon Canada’s annual pitchfest.
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…