WestJet Airlines Ltd. expects Boeing Co.’s software update for its fleet of 737 Max jets to be certified next month, although the company still doesn’t know when the grounded aircraft will return to operations, according to an internal email obtained by BNN Bloomberg.
Walmart to stop selling e-cigarettes in U.S. amid vaping illness reports
Walmart Inc. will stop selling e-cigarettes in its U.S. locations as the country grapples with a string of vaping-related deaths.
Scotiabank's loonie bail-in bond scooped up in trading debut
Bond investors swooped in to buy Bank of Nova Scotia’s first senior bail-in bonds in its home market on the first day after the deal was sold.
British Airways restores timetable after pilots cancel strike
British Airways will serve all its usual destinations next Friday after pilots called off a planned strike over pay.
GM’s Oshawa plant to shut Friday amid U.S. strikes: Unifor’s Dias
The General Motors Co. assembly plant in Oshawa, Ont. will be shut down Friday amid spillover from worker strikes in the United States, according to the head of the union representing Canada’s auto workers.
GM recalls Chevrolet Trax SUVs in Canada, U.S. due to suspension weld issues
The recall covers the 2015 through 2018 Chevrolet Trax.
HBC closing its 15 Hudson's Bay stores in the Netherlands
Hudson's Bay Co. is closings its 15 Hudson's Bay stores in the Netherlands, according to the union representing workers at the stores.
Mitsubishi plans Montreal aircraft design centre after Bombardier CRJ deal
The Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. is putting down roots in Quebec, unveiling plans for a new product development centre in the Montreal area after reaching a deal in June to buy Bombardier Inc.'s regional jet program.
'Admiral' Gary Ng looks to expand Canada asset fleet to $50 billion
“I’ve been told I’m the most powerful man on Bay Street now that nobody’s ever heard of,” Ng said in an interview at Bloomberg’s Toronto office, referring to Canada’s financial hub.
Scooter sharing services face an uphill battle – including challenges ranging from Canada’s harsh weather to regulatory hurdles – if they hope to make a lasting mark in Canada, according to some experts.