Earnings boosted by the gain on the sale of controversial pipeline expansion to federal government.
The federal government approved the expansion again in June after a second round of consultations.
Coffee-and-doughnut chain says it has signed an agreement with WeEat Company to develop the brand in the Southeast Asian country.
Coffee chain expects 1,500 locations opened across China over the next 10 years.
Plans include approximately 197 kilometres of large diameter pipeline.
The project will more than double the need for potatoes from regional growers.
Includes a $837,750 contribution from the Ontario government.
One in four businesses considering international expansion don’t know where to start.
Hiring is being done in partnership with the Manitoba government, which has helped support the training of employees.
Cascades is getting help with a loan guarantee from Quebec.
Company will add 70 full-time workers to the 200 already working in the city once the project is completed.
$4.5M project will expand fabrication shop and to purchase automated equipment to increase production capacity.
Long-term agreements underpin new major expansions.
Businesses must adapt to complex new business practices, regulatory environments and economic opportunities.
Glacier centre tests engines to see how they operate in cold weather.