CBJ News

Nissan Air Bag Recall

CBJ — Japanese automaker Nissan is recalling more than 100,000 of its vehicles in the U.S. to replace Takata passenger air bag inflators that can explode and hurl shrapnel at drivers and [...]

Blockbusters in Alaska To Close

CBJ — It may come as a surprise to many people, but there are actually three Blockbuster video stores still in existence. However, that number is about to shrink to just one on word that [...]

NATO Defence Spending at 1.23%

(Photo courtesy: NATO) CBJ — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada hasn’t committed to spending more money on defence, despite U.S. President Donald Trump saying that he has [...]

More Changes Coming At Postmedia

CBJ — Postmedia CEO Paul Godfrey is faced with having to implement further restructuring efforts in order to cut costs after the Toronto-based company reported a $15.5 million net loss in [...]

CRTC Levies Anti-Spam Fines

CBJ — Two companies have been fined by the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission under Canada’s anti-spam law for allegedly aiding in the installation of [...]

$315 Million CN Rail Upgrade

CBJ — Canada’s largest railway plans to invest $315 million in Ontario as a means of upgrading and expanding its transportation network. CN Rail says planned projects include upgrades [...]

1,500 Tim Hortons For China

CBJ — It’s a long way from its first store in Hamilton, Ontario, in 1964, but now Tim Hortons has signed an agreement with a private equity firm to expand in China. Cartesian Capital [...]

Bank of Canada Sets Rate at 1.5%

CBJ — It comes as no surprise that the Bank of Canada has opted to increase its trendsetting interest rate to 1.5%, up from 1.25% and there are already rumblings that bigger increases could [...]

New Tesla Plant in China

CBJ — Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk has ratified an agreement with Chinese state officials to build a new auto plant in Shanghai. The Asian plant will mark the first factory outside of the [...]

Amazon Expanding to Ottawa

CBJ — Amazon has announced it will be setting up an office in the eastern suburbs of Ottawa, creating about 600 jobs. Employees will select, pack and ship large items such as sporting [...]

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