Greyhound Canada is permanently cutting all bus routes across the country, shutting down the intercity bus carrier’s operations in Canada after nearly a century of service. The motor coach company said its remaining routes in Ontario and Quebec will cease permanently on Thursday. Its American affiliate, Greyhound Lines, Inc., will
Toronto’s Lower Ossington Theatre has announced it’s permanently closing its doors amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The live theatre company released the statement on its website, saying that it tried to hold on as long as possible, but the rent was no longer sustainable. “While it is likely no surprise by
The property manager of rental units located on Bloor Street West says he is “surprised” by the City of Toronto’s notice telling tenants to vacate his building by Friday at midnight. Over the past few days, residents of 1407-1409 Bloor Street West were left scrambling to find a home after
TORONTO – Hudson’s Bay Co. is permanently laying off more than 600 workers across Canada amid ongoing store closures due to COVID-19 lockdowns. Tiffany Bourre, a spokeswoman for the iconic retailer, says nearly half the company’s department stores remain temporarily closed. She says due to circumstances beyond HBC’s control, the
One of the key figures from Ontario‘s early response to the COVID-19 pandemic is permanently leaving his post due to health issues. Public Health Ontario said Thursday that Dr. Peter Donnelly will not be returning as CEO of the organization. Donnelly said in April that he would be temporarily stepping
OTTAWA – The head of Shopify Inc. has declared that “office centricity is over” as the company moves to a permanent remote-work model for most employees, with no intention of reopening offices this year. “As of today, Shopify is a digital by default company,” said Tobi Lutke, chief executive of
The City of Toronto has announced the permanent resumption of yard waste pickup just as garden centres and nurseries get set to reopen for curbside pickup. The City of Toronto initially suspended collection of yard waste in March so that it could ensure that it had adequate staffing levels to
TORONTO – Postmedia Network Inc. says it will lay off about 80 employees and permanently close 15 community newspapers, as the newspaper conglomerate navigates the financial fallout of COVID-19. CEO Andrew MacLeod says in a memo to staff that the newspaper closures will happen in Manitoba and Ontario’s Windsor-Essex area.
Approximately 800,000 food service jobs have been lost across Canada in the past month and about one in 10 restaurants in the country have permanently closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a new survey suggests. Restaurants Canada, a not-for-profit association that supports restaurants nationwide, says between March 25 and March
Codi Wilson, CP24.com Published Tuesday, October 8, 2019 12:43PM EDT Last Updated Tuesday, October 8, 2019 2:28PM EDT The owners of a popular Syrian restaurant in Toronto say they will be permanently closing shop after their family and staff received “numerous hate messages” and death threats over the past week.