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BMO signs up for one more year as TFC jersey sponsor
BMO’s contract as the club’s kit sponsor expired after last season and TFC spent much of the off-season searching for a new deal.
11 hours ago | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

BMO signs up for one more year as TFC jersey sponsor

Morgan Campbell

Toronto FC spends much of the winter without a sponsor for a jersey before agreeing to go with BMO...

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New Linamar jobs program could boost Windsor workforce

With 19 automotive manufacturing facilities, and its corporate headquarters in Guelph, Linamar’s planned $500 million...

Guelph Mercury | by Rob O'Flanagan
Business | 18 hours ago
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OSC bans Black from director, officer roles

OSC bans Conrad Black from holding company director, officer roles

Business | 18 hours ago

Bombardier's C3000 takes first flight

Larger of Bombardier's new planes takes to the air in test flight

Business | 22 hours ago
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OSC slaps permanent ban on Conrad Black

The country’s premier stock market regulator determined that Black’s conduct was “sufficiently abusive,” and barred him from...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew
News | 23 hours ago
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Atlas Canada names Schellenberg president

OAKVILLE - Oakville-based Atlas Canada has appointed Barry Schellenberg as its new president.

Oakville Beaver
Business | Feb 27, 2015
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Is today’s job market harder than it was for our parents?

A survey of Torontonians shows that 73 percent believe hard work is not enough to get ahead, and one-third feel worse off...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Sara Mojtehedzadeh
Feb 27, 2015

University degree. Check. A job? Still searching.

A new United Way report shows that only 17 percent of Torontonians think the city's future generations will be better off.

OurWindsor.Ca | 1 Comment | by Sara Mojtehedzadeh
Feb 27, 2015

'House of Cards' dealt Netflix a winning hand

Netflix's risky bet on 'House of Cards' has paid off in spades for the Internet video service

Feb 27, 2015

State-of-the-art aerospace plant opens in Cambridge

As the Schneiders meat plant ended production in Kitchener on Thursday, political and business dignitaries celebrated the...

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment | by Rose Simone
Feb 26, 2015

Bloomberg to launch Canadian business channel

Channel will air existing U.S. programming as well as original Canadian content and will debut in mid 2015

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Michael Lewis
Feb 26, 2015

Unifor blasts Air Canada over bargaining move

Airline files notice of dispute, setting motion legal mechanism for potential strike or lockout in late spring

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Vanessa Lu
Feb 26, 2015

Canadian Tire shares hit record high after banner 2014

Retailer hopes to ‘scoop up’ some vacant Target store real estate, says CEO

OurWindsor.Ca | 1 Comment | by Lisa Wright
Feb 26, 2015

FCC met with Canadian researcher to understand CRTC

FCC ruling in favour of net neutrality has repercussions with CRTC in Canada

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Robin Levinson King
Feb 26, 2015

Kitchener firm heading to the Dragons’ Den

A Kitchener company will have its day in the Dragons’ Den in March.

Waterloo Region Record | 4 Comments | by Record staff
Feb 26, 2015

Airplane parts plant first to set up in Boxwood

CAMBRIDGE – An aerospace parts manufacturer that makes landing gear for Boeing 777 airplanes has touched down in Cambridge’s...

Cambridge Times | 1 Comment | by Bill Jackson
Feb 26, 2015

Longtime cargo carrier forced to leave Hamilton airport

Loss of contract leaves company scrambling for new customers.

Hamilton Spectator | 6 Comments | by Steve Arnold

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