Shopify revenues nearly double in Q2 amid COVID-19 shift to e-commerce
The Ottawa-based tech company said July 29 that its revenues surged by 97% in its second quarter
Nova Scotia price policy for local wines to be phased out over four years
Nova Scotia says domestic sales revenue for local wineries was $21 million in 2019
NL Liquor Corp. changing ‘Old Sam’ log; concerns about racist branding
The move follows several other companies making changes as global protests prompted scrutiny of racism in product branding.
Namaste adds IGNITE products to cannabis web portal CannMart.com
Will also oversee the sale and distribution of the IGNITE products in Canada.
Hyundai Canada first automaker to offer vehicle rentals to consumers
The pilot project will begin in early March at select Ontario dealerships.
PHOTOS: Canadian International AutoShow
The show, Canada’s largest, is being held Feb. 14 to 23 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Canadian Car of the Year and Utility Vehicle of the Year announced by AJAC
The Mazda3 was the top car. Jaguar’s I-Pace won back-to-back utility awards, the first battery electric vehicle to do so
Lukewarm sales, Tims seeks to reclaim Canadian brand identity
Chief corporate officer Duncan Fulton acknowledges that franchisees aren’t happy that some consumers no longer view Tim Hortons as a Canadian company
Super Bowl ads dialed up fun as an antidote to politics
Advertisers worked hard to avoid sad or heavy themes in their Super Bowl ads this year, which were mostly silly, off-the-wall and brimming with celebrities
From Nazis to hippies: End of the road for Volkswagen Beetle
German carmaker is halting production of the iconic vehicle.