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McCain to spend $600M to double potato processing capacity in southern Alta.

McCain to spend $600M to double potato processing capacity in southern Alta.

TORONTO — McCain Foods says it will spend $600 million to double the size of its potato processing facility in southern Alberta.
BMO Financial Group signs deal to acquire Air Miles loyalty rewards program

BMO Financial Group signs deal to acquire Air Miles loyalty rewards program

TORONTO — BMO Financial Group announced a deal Friday to acquire the Air Miles loyalty rewards program from LoyaltyOne Co. Financial terms of the agreement were not immediately available.
Vancouver's KITS Eyewar sees higher sales, lower losses

Vancouver's KITS Eyewar sees higher sales, lower losses

Online eyewear seller's holiday-quarter sales rose nearly 30 per cent year-over-year
Canadians making fewer trips to the grocery store as inflation pinches: RBC report

Canadians making fewer trips to the grocery store as inflation pinches: RBC report

TORONTO — A new report by RBC says Canadians are on average making fewer grocery store runs as food inflation persists, but still spending roughly the same amount per trip RBC's consumer spending tracker shows the average number of grocery transactio
B.C.’s meatless, protein-alternate producers bucking sector hiccups

B.C.’s meatless, protein-alternate producers bucking sector hiccups

Daiya Foods, Big Mountain Foods, No Meat Factory, Wamame, Sunrise Soya Foods among Metro Vancouver businesses enjoying success
Tim Hortons customers subject to 'technical error' incorrectly saying they'd won $10K

Tim Hortons customers subject to 'technical error' incorrectly saying they'd won $10K

TORONTO — Some Tim Hortons customers who were told they had won $10,000 from the coffee chain's popular Roll Up To Win contest are now being notified that the prize message was a glitch.
Mall landlords likely to get 'creative' to fill Nordstrom vacancies: experts

Mall landlords likely to get 'creative' to fill Nordstrom vacancies: experts

TORONTO — Nordstrom's departure from Canada's retail landscape will leave significant holes in shopping malls, and some analysts say landlords will need to get creative to fill the space.
Downtown Vancouver to lose massive Nordstrom department store very soon

Downtown Vancouver to lose massive Nordstrom department store very soon

A very sudden loss
Indigo refuses to pay ransom, warns stolen employee data may be posted to dark web

Indigo refuses to pay ransom, warns stolen employee data may be posted to dark web

TORONTO — Indigo Books & Music Inc. is refusing to pay a ransom after current and former employees' data was hijacked in a cyberattack last month.
DesRosiers says February auto sales up 5.1 per cent from a year earlier

DesRosiers says February auto sales up 5.1 per cent from a year earlier

TORONTO — DesRosiers Automotive Consultants Inc. says light vehicle sales in Canada were up 5.1 per cent in Februrary from a year earlier. The automotive industry research firm estimates 103,771 new light vehicles were sold in the month.
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