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Lightspeed reappoints founder Dax Dasilva as CEO, reports Q4 revenue up 25%

Lightspeed reappoints founder Dax Dasilva as CEO, reports Q4 revenue up 25%

Three months after Dax Dasilva returned to the helm of Lightspeed Commerce Inc. on an interim basis, the company says he's staying put.
'More work to do': Canada Goose outlines new goals as it reports $5M Q4 profit

'More work to do': Canada Goose outlines new goals as it reports $5M Q4 profit

TORONTO — The chief executive of Canada Goose Holdings Inc. says the luxury parka maker's last fiscal year showed him the company has "more work to do," in part because it was trying to accomplish too much all at once.
Tourism sector rolls out road map to boost visitor numbers to pre-pandemic levels

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

The tourism industry hasrolled out a road map it hopes will bring more visitors to Canada after the bruising it took during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Census Bureau estimates: Detroit population rises after decades of decline, South dominates growth

Census Bureau estimates: Detroit population rises after decades of decline, South dominates growth

DETROIT (AP) — America’s Northeast and Midwest cities are rebounding slightly from years of population drops — especially Detroit, which grew for the first time in decades — though the South still dominates the nation's growth, according to U.S.
Stock market today: Wall Street hangs around its records after Dow briefly tops 40,000

Stock market today: Wall Street hangs around its records after Dow briefly tops 40,000

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks drifted to a mixed close near their record levels after the Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly topped the 40,000 level for the first time. The Dow ended with a loss of 0.1% Thursday.
Half of telecom providers not following website complaints section rules: watchdog

Half of telecom providers not following website complaints section rules: watchdog

Canada's telecom and television complaints watchdog says many telecom providers aren't following complaints section rules on their websites, and it's particularly concerned about some repeat offenders.
'Canada's Got Talent' winner looking to push musical career after taking $1M prize

'Canada's Got Talent' winner looking to push musical career after taking $1M prize

Newly crowned "Canada's Got Talent" champion Rebecca Strong says she is confident the win will bring her more opportunities to expand her career. One day after the Indigenous singer from Prince Albert, Sask.
Canadian cannabis stocks rally as U.S. takes another step toward reclassifying pot

Canadian cannabis stocks rally as U.S. takes another step toward reclassifying pot

TORONTO — Canadian cannabis stocks are rallying after U.S. President Joe Biden announced the country had taken a "major step" toward reclassifying pot as a less dangerous drug.
Loblaw says it will support the grocery code of conduct. Here's what you need to know

Loblaw says it will support the grocery code of conduct. Here's what you need to know

Loblaw Cos. Ltd. said it’s ready to sign on to the grocery code of conduct, a major milestone for an agreement several years in the making. Here’s what you need to know about the code.
Regulations, 'fragmented' construction sector holding back housing starts: CMHC

Regulations, 'fragmented' construction sector holding back housing starts: CMHC

A study by Canada's national housing agency says housing starts aren’t keeping pace with available residential construction resources due to restrictive regulations and a "highly fragmented" industry.