CALGARY—A chronic shortage of truck drivers across Canada is compounding the effects of a strike at Canadian National Railway Co., says the CEO of the Forest Products Association of Canada.
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Women in their core working years earned on average 13.3 percent less per hour than men in 2018, marking a 5.5 percentage point improvement over the past 20 years, according to a new report by Statistics Canada.
TORONTO — A set of proposed taxes on foreign technology companies that do business in Canada would have little to no immediate effect on subscribers to foreign digital services like Netflix, experts say.
CALGARY—A $200-million Danish-Canadian solar power project in Alberta is headed for construction following signing of a contract with TC Energy Corp. to buy just over half of its electricity output.
CALGARY — A $200-million Danish-Canadian solar power project in Alberta is headed for construction following signing of a contract with TC Energy Corp. to buy just over half of its electricity output.
More than a year after A&W became the first Canadian fast-food chain to sell the now ubiquitous Beyond Meat burgers, McDonald's Canada will roll out a limited pilot of the plant-based patty to test its customer's appetite for vegetarian eats.
“We've been taking our time to get it right,” Michaela Charette, the company's head of consumer insights, said in an interview.
TORONTO—The international research firm Opensignal reports that rural parts of Canada get much slower wireless services than in cities ‚Äî but they're still faster than rural parts of the United States and many other countries.
NEW YORK—Shares of Netflix are opening in negative territory for the year—the first time that's happened since 2016—as major media players step into the stream to fight for subscribers.
The streaming service revolutionized the way people watch TV and because of its success, there was little doubt that major tech and media companies would come knocking.
MONTREAL — A slumping global economy and the U.S.-China trade war are hurting freight volumes and revenue, says Canadian National Railway Co.’s chief financial officer.
“Our volumes are much weaker than expected. This is not a CN phenomenon, this is an industry phenomenon,” Ghislain Houle told a CIBC investor conference in Montreal Wednesday.
LONDON — Hundreds of thousands of travellers were stranded across the world Monday after British tour company Thomas Cook collapsed, immediately halting almost all its flights and hotel services and laying off all its employees.