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Home Hardware CEO Terry Davis stares down his U.S. competitors
Greater Toronto Airways hopes to sign K-W area's large corporations to secure route schedule.
Trains, planes or shuttles: Politicians, businesses in region are looking at how to provide transportation needed to build a formidable startup hub.
He's on a mission to woo back Canadian talent, but is his message clear?
Getting in the unicorn club has become a benchmark of sorts for startups. But many investors feel it's one that warrants caution.
The dearth of Canadian teams in the NHL playoffs has left thousands of hockey fans dejected, and is also expected to take a small bite out of the bottom line of the company that paid millions for the right to broadcast those games.
Quebecor’s financial position begs a closer analysis of whether the Montreal-based company is jumping on the ice a little too soon.
Gentech, the company behind Kamik boots, hopes 3D technology will give it an edge and cost-savings in a sector where there are few domestic players left.
JLABS will let startups in therapeutic, pharmaceutical, medical device and consumer health research test out ideas with access to state-of-the-art equipment, without giving up equity.
With an emerging space such as agriculture technology, or agtech, there are few players, both on the investment and product development side, a situation that has left small businesses looking beyond niche investors to attract dollars.
In the wake of NewLeaf Travel’s failed attempt to launch service last month, Canada Jetlines revealed plans to go public as it aims to be the first ultra-low-cost airline out of the gate
NewLeaf says it is not taking any chances by not having a licence, but the government agency that oversees the airline industry may decide the company will need one after the conclusion of a regulatory review
The Winnipeg-based company vows to sell tickets again.
NewLeaf president and CEO Jim Young said he has first-mover advantage over the other two other new ultra-low-cost startups, Calgary-based Jets Naked and Vancouver-based Jetlines.
But some in the commercial real estate space doubt these intermediaries will survive in an already crowded market.