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Uber boost job opportunities in Toronto with new partnership

Uber Canada is joining forces with a selection of car-rental startups across the region in a bid to make working for the ride-hailing company easier for applicants who don’t own a car.
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Tim Hortons unveils plan to expand into China's challenging coffee economy

Tim Hortons is set on bringing the “best” of Canadian cafe offerings to global audiences and this time, they’re focusing their beans on the Chinese market.
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Former Sears manager "reopens" store after nationwide closure

For 17 years, until the demise of Sears Canada and ultimate nationwide closure, Boota Uppal managed the downtown Terrace, British Columbia location.
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Point thieves are targeting Aeroplan and PC Optimum accounts

Back in February, PC Optimum was having some major issues with point thieves, and it seems like their problems are not over yet, as more customers have reported stolen points. They are also no longer the only ones.
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Greyhound cuts services in three provinces

Long haul bus operator Greyhound is set to pull back on its Canadian offering, as the result of declining ridership.The company has decided to discontinue its passenger and freight services in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba as of Oct
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Aeroplan looking to put in place some big changes

Last year, Aeroplan and Air Canada parted ways. Air Canada decided to end their partnership in order to pursue their own rewards program by 2020.
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Uber and Lyft can't operate in B.C. until Fall 2019

The government in British Columbia has stalled the delivery of ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft up until now, wanting to lay “the groundwork” for the new rides to enter the market alongside taxis in Fall 2019,