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A&W growing fast in Ontario
Burger chain A&W is expanding in Ontario and Quebec.
Oct 21, 2014 | Add Comment | OurWindsor.Ca

A&W growing fast in Ontario

Lisa Wright

Canada’s second largest burger chain also pushing a healthy ingredient guarantee

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Bell TV cries foul over Rogers app

Bell TV says Rogers breaking CRTC rules with exclusive features in sports app

Business | Oct 21, 2014
CP Rail CEO says no formal offer made to rival CSX

CP Rail CEO says no formal offer made to rival CSX

CP CEO Hunter Harrison says the railway was never rebuffed from CSX over a merger because discussions never reached more...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Vanessa Lu
Business | Oct 21, 2014
BUFFALO AIRPORT

Buffalo airport courting Canadian travellers

Buffalo Niagara International Airport is launching a campaign to court Canadian passengers, touting convenience and...

Hamilton Spectator
Business | Oct 21, 2014
Quickly growing

Cambridge home to fastest growing construction company in Canada

CAMBRIDGE – Most everyone knows someone who has “a guy for that” when you’re in need of a contractor.

Cambridge Times | by Ray Martin
Canada | Oct 20, 2014
OFL facing cuts as steelworkers apparently yank funding

OFL facing cuts as steelworkers apparently yank funding

Sid Ryan’s labour federation likely to lose staff after United Steelworkers drop out, says spokesperson

OurWindsor.Ca | by Sara Mojtehedzadeh
Business | Oct 20, 2014

Minimum wage hike does not kill jobs: report

Raise does not boost the jobless rate, according to a study by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

OurWindsor.Ca | by Madhavi Acharya-Tom Yew
Oct 20, 2014

Toronto marketing firm uses BuzzFeed quiz to vet job hunters

88 Creative, a digital marketing and design company, has created a personality questionnaire on the popular social news site...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Eric Andrew-Gee
Oct 20, 2014

Canada wins meat-labelling dispute trade ruling

Canada wins a round in ongoing trade battle with U.S. over meat-labelling laws

Oct 20, 2014

Tattoos, piercings okay at Starbucks

Coffee chain relaxes dress code to include black jeans and bright ties

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Lisa Wright
Oct 20, 2014

Real risk to housing market is ‘constrained liquidity’

Canadians have so much tied up in real estate, they have little cushion left over, says president of CMHC

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Susan Pigg
Oct 20, 2014

Own a business? Here's keys to success; mistakes to avoid

Missteps common even for strong businesses

YorkRegion.com | Add Comment | by Chris Traber
Oct 20, 2014

When you’re terminated without anyone saying: ‘You’re fired’

A constructive dismissal is a termination by another name. It’s what happens when the law deems that you have been terminated...

Hamilton Spectator | 3 Comments | by Ed Canning
Oct 19, 2014

Stocks in for further volatility this week

Stock markets in for further swings, investors try to gauge depth of downturn

Oct 19, 2014

Business wants hackathon for Can-US border

Hack the border: Business asks government to enlist whiz kids to end delays

Oct 17, 2014

More weakness expected for the Canadian dollar

Loonie forecast to shed a few more pennies by year’s end, say currency analysts

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Lisa Wright
Oct 17, 2014

Energy retailer rules under review

Consumers have chance to weigh in on regulations

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by John Spears

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