Shopify to open U.S. fulfilment centres as part of expanded offerings
Firm plans to spend over $1 billion on network.
CP Rail first quarter profits jump 25% despite winter weather woes
Revenues for energy, chemicals and plastics shot up 18%.
Chinese canola decision weighs on prices, creates logistical headaches
China’s foreign ministry said Wednesday it is blocking imports from Richardson International Ltd.,one of Canada’s largest grain producers.
Agency to investigate possible freight rail problems in Vancouver
The Forests Products Association of Canada said rail delays last year cost the forest sector over $500 million.
Groups preparing new Trans Mountain legal challenge, argue government’s mind made up
Trudeau has said many times the pipeline is going to be built.
Ottawa to announce $1.6B boost Tuesday for battered energy sector
It is a package based, in some ways, on those offered to softwood, steel and aluminum producers.
Amazon plans to open new distribution centre in Edmonton area; hire 600 workers
It will be the company’s 11th distribution facility in Canada.
Blockchain: What it means to suppliers and the auto industry
Smart contracts streamline and secure the supply chain, but there are challenges.
Minister appoints former CIRB chair to resolve Canada Post labour dispute
The two sides have not been at the bargaining table since the Trudeau Liberals brought in a back-to-work bill to halt the rotating walkouts.
New Brunswick premier hopes to convince Quebec of Energy East benefits
Energy East could help Alberta oil prices, says Blaine Higgs.
Senate passes back to work bill, putting end to rotating postal strikes
Royal assent was granted late Monday shortly after senators approved Bill C-89 by a vote of 53-25.
‘We will fight’ in court if back to work legislation passes, postal union warns [UPDATED]
Trudeau government has introduced legislation to force an end to rotating strikes by Canada Post employees.
No settlement imminent despite frenzied email exchange over Canada Post offer
Canada Post proposed the cooling-off period as pressure mounted to resolve the labour dispute ahead of the busy Christmas delivery season.
Trudeau in Churchill as town celebrates rail line repairs
Flooding in the spring of 2017 damaged the tracks and severed the only land link to the town.
Office of Ontario ombudsman reviewing cannabis delivery complaints
Ontario Cannabis Store hampered by labour action at Canada Post and “unbelievably high demand”.