Port Metro Vancouver has growth success in 2012 leading to the handling of 62.3 million tonnes of cargo
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WestJet today announced the launch of a new non-stop flight service from Toronto Pearson to NYC's LaGuardia Airport
Air Canada might add a 'premium economy' class as WestJet adds Bombardier jets and a possible new seating setup
Canada Post released its first financial loss after 16 years of profitability
Operating with the environment in mind helps business as well as the planet
To better serve customers, CN is acquiring new locomotives for anticipated traffic growth and operational efficiency
Aveos files for bankruptcy protection after laying off 2400 workers in Montreal, Winnipeg and Vancouver over the weekend
The Canadian Professional Sales Association opened Travel Save Pro to all Canadian SMBs, a travel planning and discount program
The IAMAW, Canada's largest union, gave strike notice last night to Air Canada, but strike's future uncertain due to Lisa Raitt
Handling domestic container shipping through 2017, Canadian Pacific wins supply chain contract
Air Canada announced that it plans to create a low cost carrier to compete with rivals such as WestJet and Air Transat.
WestJet’s reputation as a customer-friendly airline skyrocketed. WestJet was named a J.D. Power 2011 Customer Service Champion by the global marketing information services company, J.D. Power and Associates.
The Buckskin, Ontario train derailment of a Canadian Pacific Railway eastbound train happened to coincide with the release of the Company’s 2010 results, which ironically credited the Company’s strong performance to safety, among other things.
Don’t call them 18-wheelers anymore. Canadian National Railroad will launch EcoRide in April 2011. EcoRide is a new container chassis that reduces fuel consumption by 10 per cent in the container trucking process. How, you ask?
Construction of transportation and telecommunication links should restart. Ontario Northland and the United Steelworkers TC Local 1976 announced yesterday that they reached a tentative labour agreement.
Each year is marked by a few major events and the people associated. The close of a calendar year allows us at Business Review Canada to highlight the stories that had the biggest impacts. We count down the top 7 stories that shaped business in 2010.
Chief Operating Officers apparently haven’t checked their employees’ Christmas lists.
As the shipping industry shifts into high gear for the holiday season, one company is shifting from fossil fuels to fuel-efficient technologies.
The Canadian government continues working hard to sell itself and its economic opportunities, abroad.
Canada and India forged a trading partnership with potentially huge returns for each country as india’s economy continues rapid expansion.
On the heels of the Central Bank’s revised economic forecast comes another disappointing report.
DHL Canada is under intense scrutiny after a compilation of workers’ stories citing instances of abuse, gender discrimination, intimidation and the undercutting of collective bargaining rights surfaced last week as part of an international report.
Export Development Canada (EDC) celebrates its 10th anniversary of representation in Brazil this year, having facilitated more than $15 billion in exports and investments into the region between 2000 and 2009.
The Government of Canada is actively pursuing and concluding new free trade agreements with key partners in Latin America.
New polling information from the Canadian American Business Council (CABC) shows that the majority of Americans believe it is important for the United States to have good economic relations with Canada.
TELUS selected ATG Commerce as the new platform to power its online business-to-business (B2B) operations.
Viterra closed its acquisition of 21st Century Grain Processing, a US based processor of oats, wheat, and custom-coated grains.
In partnership with Agris Co-operative and FS Partners, Great Lakes Grain will conduct the Crop Assessment Tour over three days, August 25 to 27.
Logan International Incorporated’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Source Energy Tool Services Inc., has acquired Complete Oil Tools Inc., a private oilfield services company headquartered in Calgary, Alberta.
Canada’s relatively positive economic run may be grinding to a halt. Albeit an advocate for the workers and unemployed, the Canadian Labour Congress drew some alarming conclusions from July’s labour statistics.
Pressure is being put on the Federal Government to immediately intervene in the labour conflict at the Port of Montreal to end the dispute so that normal business operations resume immediately by a coalition of associations representing thousands of Canadian businesses an
Bombardier Aerospace received a firm order for eight CRJ900 NextGen regional jets Deutsche Lufthansa AG of Germany for approximately US$317 million.
CAE and the Government of New Brunswick partnered to bring new contracts and jobs to advanced learning and technology companies in New Brunswick, announced New Brunswick Premier Shawn Graham and CAE's President and Chief Executive Officer Marc Parent at the National Research Council of Canada Institute for Information Technology Building in Fredericton.
Less than truckload (LTL) carrier Con-way Freight, a subsidiary of Con-way Inc., expanded its relationship with Caterpillar Logistics Services, Inc., a division of Caterpillar Inc. Con-way Freight will now provide all LTL freight carriage for Cat Logistics for 27 U.S.
IPD Global Inc., an international transportation and logistics company based in Mississauga, Canada, specializing in perishable-based air and ocean transport, intermodal and truck brokerage services, was acquired by NFI, one of the US’s most diverse supply chain solutions companies.
A new Fraser Institute report advocates for the benefits and opportunities presented by bulk water exports and suggests Canada move beyond the fear mongering and protectionism that has long tainted the discourse.
North Vancouver’s Cabo Drilling Corporation and joint venture partner Rainy Lake Tribal Contracting Ltd. were awarded a drilling contract for the Hammond Reef Gold Deposit near Atikokan, Ontario from Brett Resources.
Government of Canada commits half of a $10 million investment to expand and renovate the Port of Montreal’s Cast Terminal, meeting the needs of marine supply carriers, increase economic viability and create jobs.