Shopify acquires Swedish e-commerce company Tictail for undisclosed amount

OTTAWA — Shopify Inc. says it has acquired Swedish e-commerce company Tictail. Terms of the deal were not immediately available. Like Shopify, Tictail aims to bring trendy products to the...

Local Business expands with addition of Elliot Lake Branch

After establishing a great reputation and base in The City of Sault Ste. Marie, KC Security are proud to announce their newest office in...

NAFTA: Negotiators encounter early snags

MEXICO CITY - Negotiators have run into a series of early sticking points on nearly every major element considered key to achieving a new...

CRTC Makes Decisions On How You Watch TV – Sorta

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today issued two decisions related to some of the issues addressed in Let’s Talk TV: A Conversation...

Toronto market edges lower, U.S. stocks mixed; loonie slips lower

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index crept lower in late-morning trading as strength in the consumer staples sector was more than offset by weakness...

Algoma U Hosts 12th Annual Northern Ontario Business Case Competition

Maclin Williams, Mark Brand, Dave Wilkin & Lisa LaVecchia Headline Event Business administration students from across Northern Ontario will be put to the test in...

EDC Hands Over $400,000 for School of Business at Algoma U

At the March 18th meeting of Sault Ste. Marie City Council, a unanimous vote approved $400,000 in funding from the Sault Ste. Marie Economic...

Council Excited on Canal Village Plans, But…

Sault Ste. Marie Council will direct City Staff and will appoint two councillors to enter into negotiations with a developer who wants to buy...

Canada adds 32,300 jobs, all full time, as jobless rate stays at record low...

OTTAWA — The economy delivered 32,300 net new jobs last month as Canada generated a rush of full-time work that helped keep the national unemployment rate at its record...

Failure to report Canadian privacy breaches could mean big fines after Nov. 1

TORONTO — After more than three years of legislative fine-tuning, Canadian businesses will be required as of Thursday to alert their customers and the...

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