The Journal Pioneer
Canadian companies start to benefit from membership in China-based infrastructure bank
Ghosting a new work phenomenon
Canadian Space Agency confident in rocket being used to launch $1-billion satellite despite U.S. investigation
PEIBWA welcomes three new board members
'We loved every minute of it': Canada's oldest video store closing
Why Imax CEO Richard Gelfond isn't worried about Netflix and the streaming revolution
American pancake house IHOP may be opening on P.E.I.
A famous American pancake joint may soon be making its way to the Island. In a news brief posted on Restaurant Dive’s website, it was announced that IHOP (International House of Pancakes) will be opening restaurants in Atlantic Canada, ...
Everything you need to know about the budget's new stock options rules
Changes are coming to the tax treatment of employee stock options courtesy of this week’s federal budget. Whether you’ll be affected or not, however, will depend on what type of company you work for and the amount of stock options you ...
Markets have recovered, and then some — but a lot could still go very wrong
Anybody remember December 2018? Let’s refresh: The sky was falling. Investors were taking shelter, cringing over fears of a global economic slowdown, rising interest rates and flattening yield curves, plummeting commodity prices and a trade war ...
Billionaires back Canadian company to build first ‘negative emissions’ plant
CALGARY – Privately-held, billionaire-backed Carbon Engineering Ltd. has raised enough money to design its first “negative emissions” facility to suck carbon out of the atmosphere. The Squamish, B.C.-based company announced ...
Starbucks to test its 'greener cup' in Vancouver
Vancouver is to be a testing ground for a new wave of to-go cup that can be more readily recycled and in some cases reused. On Wednesday, Starbucks announced its company-owned stores in Vancouver, New York, San Francisco and London would begin ...
Chasing cold cash: How icebergs became the field of dreams for believers and schemers
David Meyers, the chief executive of Canadian Iceberg Vodka, a spirit made with water harvested from icebergs off Newfoundland’s coast, was meeting with a colleague at his office in Toronto’s northeast end on a snowy February morning, ...
Greater Summerside Chamber of Commerce weighs in on federal budget
The Greater Summerside Chamber of Commerce (GSCC) is weighing in on the recent release of the 2019 federal budget. “The 2019 budget has taken steps to address some priorities for business, particularly in the areas of skills, infrastructure ...
'They would be incorrect': Bill Morneau shoots down speculation that Canada is on cusp of recession
Canada is not currently in a recession, nor is it heading for one, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said on Wednesday, disputing a notion that some economists have begun to contemplate in recent weeks. “They would be incorrect,” Morneau ...
Steering problem prompts recall for 2018 Pacifica
Fiat Chrysler is recalling 2,239 2018 Pacifica minivans in Canada because of a reported steering problem. In certain vehicles, the right front lower control arm ball joint could separate from the steering knuckle, causing loss of steering control, ...
Tim Hortons launches its new loyalty program — and it’s about more than coffee
After more than a year of testing, Tim Hortons will launch its new loyalty program across Canada on Wednesday, giving the company a new tool to fend off challenges to its coffee supremacy. The rewards program is centred on visits, which must ...