Ontario Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca recently joined Toronto-area mayors for an event that explored possible strategies for expanding service at Toronto Pearson International Airport.
Insurance industry leader Kathy Bardswick recently became chair of the Canadian National Insurance Crime Services (CANATICS) board of directors.
Innovators of outerwear, software, food, farming, sustainability, utilities and more will vie for prizes at Discovery 2017.
TORONTO — New York City's The Halal Guys franchise restaurant is making its way to Toronto, opening its first location in Ontario on May 5.
A pilot program designed to help students transition from school to the workforce was recently launched by the Toronto Financial Services Alliance (TFSA).
Roy Gori has been named president of Manulife, an insurance and financial services provider.
A Toronto-headquartered software solutions company has been named a top solution provider in the business by a leading magazine.
The purchase of an industrial distribution facility in Michigan by a Toronto-headquartered investment company has been described by its chief executive as a "bargain."
Signals from United States President Donald Trump's administration on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) seem to be having some impact on stock prices around the continent.
For five years, BRIKA has been working out of the Toronto area, connecting small business artisans with their customers.
As a major metropolitan hub in Ontario, the city of Toronto is investing in the arts in a big way.
The Hillman Group Canada ULC is under new leadership after Scott Ride transitioned to the position of president following the announcement of Richard Paulin’s retirement.
Ken Yoon will be Acerus Pharmaceuticals Corp.'s new chief financial officer beginning next month.
Goeasy Ltd shareholders recently approved the nominations of seven candidates for board of directors during their annual meeting.
The city of Mississauga recently gained international recognition when it received top honours for its branding campaign showcasing the city’s cultural diversity.
Medline recently appointed Ernie Philip as its new president for its Canada operation.
UpSnap Inc. is currently conducting a search to fill a seat on its board after board member Trish McLean announced her resignation.
Sharp Electronics of Canada Ltd. and Atlanta-based Innovolt recently partnered to advance tools in the electronic technology industry.
Eight local professionals were recognized recently for their work in attracting several new international conferences to the Toronto area.
British Swim School will be expanding into Canada, with its first two locations in the country opening in Mississauga.