In London, Ontario the Canadian Corn Company purchased the rights to manufacture and distribute Toasted Corn Flakes for Canadian distribution. In 1953, C.A. In the 1990s, a national weather radar surveillance system for aviation and general use was established.  By 1895, 2300 tons of asbestos were being removed from the open pit mine per year. 3 June 1996. Large numbers of these animals are crowded into very large barns with controlled environments in an effort to maximize their growth and hence profit for the farmer. The technique was effective but unfortunately proved to be very corrosive to steel and concrete. 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 ores were transported to Trail, B.C., where they were roasted. In 1950 less than one percent of pulpwood in Canada was cut with chain saws. Popular models in Canada were manufactured by the US Remington and Underwood companies, among others. The compact disc (CD) and the digital video disc (DVD) were introduced at this time. The Mutual Street Arena, with its artificial ice surface, was built in Toronto in 1912. 292–295. Following the war, the Ford Meteor was assembled until production moved to the new Ford plant in Oakville in 1953, where production has continued until this day. Lasers are used in the field of telecommunications, where they are act as the modulated light sources for fibre optic systems. Between 1980 and 1985, 2000 recipients of tainted blood provided by the Canadian Red Cross were infected with the HI virus. The International Nickel Company (Inco) was established in 1902 through the fusion of two companies. Other energy projects of the period included the Lakeview Generating Station, Mississauga, Ontario, 1962, the W.A.C.Bennett (hydro) Dam, British Columbia, 1967, the Gardiner (hydro) Dam, Saskatchewan, 1968, the Churchill Falls Hydro Dam, Labrador, 1971, the Nanticoke Generating Station (largest coal-fired plant in North America), Nanticoke, Ontario, 1978 and La Grande 2 Hydro Dam, Quebec, 1979. While there were no accidents involving nuclear weapons in Canadian hands, there were at least two involving USAF aircraft flying in Canadian airspace. The section from Winnipeg to Toronto and Montreal was inaugurated in 1939 and the extensions to Moncton, Halifax and St. John's completed in 1940, 1941 and 1942 respectively. The General Electric D-12 was the first publicly available electric toaster. He also started a company (Rogers Communications), and ran his own radio station/channel (called CFRB). On that date Photographic Survey Corporation took possession of a Bell Bell 47B-3, registration CF-FJA.. The Campbell Soup Company introduced its soup products to Canada in 1930, making them at its factory in Toronto on the lake shore. "Influenza (Flu)." The consumer purchased the frozen product and heated it in the oven for about 25 minutes. As of 2009 robots form the basis for automobile production in Canada with a number of facilities and companies using this technology, including (city, company, model): Geomatics, a term that originated in Canada, is a technique of computer-based mapping that integrates information from a variety of sources including, cartography, remote sensing (including images from RADARSAT), surveying, global satellite navigation systems, geodesy and photogrammetry. The most visible change was the introduction of the chain saw. In public they are commonly found at the retail checkout counter, where they scan bar codes. This Electric Radio was a luxury piece for its time and would have cost the Macpherson’s around $335 Canadian. , Although the concept of recycling waste materials was not new, the Blue Box Recycling System for domestic refuse collection made the idea highly visible. Another product of biotechnology, genetically modified crops, are grown throughout Canada. Electricity was making its way from the cities to rural areas such as Dufferin County. The news station Canada’s First Rogers Batteryless (CFRB) in Toronto, broadcast shows such as Hockey Night in Canada and the Toronto Santa Claus Parade. The steel aerosol spray can with the gas propellant, and "crimp on nozzle" was developed in the US in 1949. The surgical replacement of body parts also became possible and was used to treat ailing kidneys and joints such as knees and hips. The oil refineries there provided a ready source of raw materials. The separation of the two data sets could be explained by one person paying for the electricity of the family which would make sense as kids would be included in the total population but not the electrical customer count. The catalytic converter was also introduced during these years. 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. Sold for $120 in beginning (radio called "Type 120") Was invented byTed Rogers(Canadian) in 1925 Jan 1, 1920. On 12 December 1952 the experimental NRX reactor at Chalk River suffered a failure of its cooling system and underwent a partial meltdown. The back is open and all the wires , bulbs are visible. Buying this item would be achieved by receiving a catalogue and placing an order for delivery. The electric toothbrush introduced in 1959 has become very popular in Canada since the 1990s. Industrial bakeries such as this were characterized by the use of large machines for the mixing of dough, which was placed in pans on slow moving conveyor belts that transported them through giant ovens, where they were baked. Beginning in 1963, massive civil engineering works were undertaken in the St. Lawrence River in Montreal to build the site for the 1967 World's Fair, known as Expo 67.