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WestJet delays integration of Sunwing to 2025

MONTREAL — WestJet has postponed its planned integration of Sunwing Airlines, a move that represents a setback for the Calgary-based company after acquiring the leisure...

Tourism sector rolls out road map to boost visitor numbers to pre-pandemic levels

The tourism industry rolled out a road map Thursday it hopes will bring more visitors to Canada after the bruising it took during the COVID-19...

CN, CPKC workers approve strike mandate as possible work stoppage looms

Employees at Canada's two biggest railways have authorized a strike that could see thousands of workers walk off the job in three weeks if they...

Canadian Pacific girds for potential rail strike next month

Canadian Pacific Kansas City Ltd. is preparing for the possibility of a strike by some 3,300 workers next month. “The way I see it, the...

Airlines, shippers pitch feds on sustainability to keep up with other countries

MONTREAL — Airlines and marine shippers are asking Ottawa to beef up funding for sustainable transport, money they hope will flow toward green supply chains...

Port of Vancouver boasts record cargo volume, despite strike and cooling economy

Record cargo volume rolled through the Port of Vancouver last year, despite a sputtering global economy and a big drop in container shipments. An unprecedented...

Shrinking airfield: Canada’s airline market consolidates, raising risk of fares hikes

MONTREAL — After entertaining new entrants for several years, Canada's airline market is once again on the path to consolidation, raising the likelihood of higher...

Do you want AI with that? Fast food chains go digital with dynamic pricing, bots

Fast food restaurants are diving deeper into the digital realm, adopting strategies that range from dynamic pricing to drive-thru voice bots and weather-based menu boards....

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