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Investors Get Their Wish as Air Canada and WestJet Begin Charging for First ...
In a tit-for-tat closeout to last week, both of Canada's top airlines, WestJet (TSX: WJA) and Air Canada (TSX: AC.B), announced that they would start to levy $25 to some customers' first checked bags.
Canada to catch up to world with new airline baggage and other ancillary fees  Canada.com
Doing luggage fees right  Toronto Star
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Much ado about Ford at the Air Canada Centre
What should have been the simple announcement of a sponsorship renewal between the Ford Motor Company of Canada, purveyor of automobiles and trucks, and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, purveyor of mostly losing sports teams, turned into the ...
Maple Leaf Square will not be renamed Ford Square  680 News
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Air Canada and WestJet Airlines have momentum behind them
The quantitative and technical picture is pointing to strong relative performance for the airline sector in Q4, both in the U.S. and for Canadian operators Air Canada and WestJet Airlines Ltd. Analyst Chris Dutton noted the Canadian airlines are among ...
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Canada Stocks to Watch: Parkland, Suncor, Air Canada, Penn West and more
Parkland Fuel Corp.PKI.T -1.73% has agreed to buy gas station operator Pioneer Energy for C$378 million in cash and stock. Pioneer Energy, which operates 319 gas stations in Ontario and 74 in Manitoba, is owned by Pioneer Group Inc. and Suncor Energy ...
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Three 'Leaf Legends' immortalized in bronze at Air Canada Centre
The Toronto Maple Leafs have officially unveiled the first three members of 'Legends Row'---a statue being built at the Air Canada Centre that will remind fans of the team's glory days. Ted Kennedy, Johnny Bower and Darryl Sittler were immortalized in ...
Sittler, Bower added to Maple Leafs' Legends Row  NHL.com
Kessel on Leafs' Legends Row one day?  Toronto Sun
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Air Canada Adds New Internatinal Routes in 2015: Also Extends Services in ...
Air Canada has announced that it will be flying six times weekly to Amsterdam from Toronto-Pearson effective June 2015. It also said that non-stop flights to Rio de Janeiro and Panama City from Toronto introduced for winter 2014-15 will extend ...
Meet the 2014-15 Toronto Raptors
Toronto Raptors' Kyle Lowry, right, poses for photos as teammates James Johnson, left, Lou Williams during the team's media day at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on Monday, September 29, 2014. (Darren Calabrese/THE CANADIAN PRESS) ...
First Air-Canadian North merger deal could be reached within months
Canadian North and First Air could have their merger negotiations finalized within months, though it could be up to two years before the merger is complete, says a Canadian North executive. The parent companies of Canadian North and First Air announced ...
Winners & Losers: Hasbro freezes out Mattel, Air Canada talks dirty
The toy company secured a licensing deal with Walt Disney Co. to produce dolls from its Disney Princess line, including characters from the Oscar-winning film �Frozen.
Canada Stocks to Watch: Com Dev, Stantec, Pembina and Air Canada
Com Dev International Ltd.CDV.T +1.69% posted a third-quarter profit of 5 Canadian cents a share, down from 7 Canadian cents. Revenue fell 6%, which the space hardware and services provider attributed in part to U.S. government budget pressures.