CBJ News

Dollarama Posts Quarterly Profit

CBJ — Dollarama has reported it earned $141.8 million in its latest quarter, up from $131.8 million a year ago. The discount retailer says the profit amounted to 43 cents per diluted share [...]

Canada Post Workers Vote to Strike if Deal Can’t Be Reached

CBJ — Canadian postal workers have voted to go on strike if a negotiated deal with Canada Post cannot be reached by September 26. Strike votes were held at locals across the country between [...]

Driverless Shuttle Bus Launches in Calgary

CBJ — A driver-less shuttle bus connecting the Calgary Zoo and Telus Spark has been launched in Alberta’s largest city. Known as ELA — which stands for Electric [...]

Large Q2 Loss for HBC

CBJ — Hudson’s Bay Co. has reported a $264 million net loss in its second quarter, which is up significantly from its loss of $63 million during the same quarter of 2017. HBC’s [...]

Chen Takes CBS Leave Due to Moonves’ Controversy

CBJ — CBS plans its own internal investigation into sexual assault allegations levied against former CEO Les Moonves, who hastily resigned his position on Sunday after another six women [...]

Canadian Firm Finds Huge Gold Nuggets

CBJ — RNC Minerals, a Toronto-based mining company, has found a large amount of gold in Western Australia at its Beta Hunt Mine, with the discovery of rocks containing 9,000 ounces of the [...]

Carney Extends UK Term to 2020

CBJ — Former Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney will delay his political aspirations here in this country for a bit longer after it was announced he agreed to extend his period as governor [...]

Strike or Lockout Possible at Canada Post

CBJ — It looks as if there could be mail service disruptions as soon as the latter part of this month on word that Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers appear to be far [...]

Aurora Cannabis Buys ICC Labs

CBJ — Aurora Cannabis Inc. has signed an agreement to acquire marijuana company ICC Labs Inc. in a friendly, all-stock deal it valued at $290 million. ICC has more than 70% of the market [...]

Judge Overturns Ford’s Toronto City Council Contraction Plan

CBJ — Unprecedented and unconstitutional. Those were the words used by a judge in overturning Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s edict to reduce Toronto’s city councillors from 47 to [...]

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