The fast-food giant said Wednesday that the upgrades will include a modernization of their current system, an expansion of an existing warehouse in Debart, N.S., and two new facilities in Calgary and Langley, B.C.-- provinces that are currently served by smaller warehouses that process a lower volume of products.
Bombardier gets Delta order for 20 CRJ900 jets, stock nears 5-year high
They will fly under the Delta Connection brand.
Dwyane Wade launches new sock company
For NBA star Dwyane Wade, you can’t put your best foot forward without the right socks.
Fox agrees to US$71B sweetened bid from Disney in blow to Comcast
21st Century Fox Inc. accepted a sweetened, roughly $71 billion bid from Walt Disney Co. for its entertainment assets, dealing a blow to Comcast Corp.’s efforts to acquire the business.
Burger King apologizes for Russian World Cup pregnancy ad
Critics assailed the offer, announced on Russian social media, as sexist and demeaning.
Halifax shipyard workers reach tentative agreement with Irving
Both the union and the company said no details will be released until Halifax Shipyard employees have a chance to view it and vote on it.
Americans' long-running joke about a Starbucks on every corner may be nearing its end.
Low-cost carrier Flair moving headquarters to Edmonton as rival Swoop launches
The low-cost carrier says it is moving its headquarters from Kelowna, British Columbia, to Edmonton.
GE kicked out of Dow, the last 19th century member removed
General Electric Co., its stock gutted as management struggled with a slump that wiped $120 billion from its value, suffered a crowning ignominy Tuesday as overseers of the Dow Jones Industrial Average kicked the company out of the stock gauge it has inhabited for more than a century.
FedEx profit surges on boom in demand for e-commerce deliveries
FedEx Corp. reported fiscal fourth quarter profit that beat expectations as an e-commerce boom boosts package deliveries and a manufacturing rebound drives growing demand in its freight-hauling business.