Volatus Aerospace Expands Drone Services in Ontario

Volatus Aerospace Expands Drone Services in Ontario
  MONTREAL – Volatus Aerospace, a fast-growing integrated provider of unmanned aircraft and drone services, has reached an agreement to acquire an equity interest in Canadian UAV Solutions Inc. of Wasaga Beach Ontario. Canadian UAV Solutions has over seven years of experience providing a full range of drone services throughout Ontario and Quebec. Specializing in surveying for Aggregate Pits &... Read More

Cirque du Soleil completes sale transaction, emerges from creditor protection

Cirque du Soleil completes sale transaction, emerges from creditor protection
  MONTREAL — Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group says it has completed the sale company to a group of its creditors led by Catalyst Capital Group The company announced the closing of the transaction with its secured lenders and its emergence from court protection from creditors today. Cirque was forced to cancel its shows earlier this year and cut nearly... Read More

Private Jet Charter Company, Announces Record Revenue Third Quarter 2020, Up 245% From Same Quarter Last Year

Private Jet Charter Company, Announces Record Revenue Third Quarter 2020, Up 245% From Same Quarter Last Year
NEW YORK – Star Jets International, Inc. (OTCPink: JETR), a leading Private Jet Charter Company, announced that the Company booked in excess of $3,000,000 million for the third quarter of 2020; an increase in sales from the same quarter last year of 245%. The global Covid-19 pandemic increased revenue as the demand for private air travel shows no signs of... Read More

Lack of Canadian vaccine production means others could get inoculations first: PM

Lack of Canadian vaccine production means others could get inoculations first: PM
  OTTAWA — A lack of vaccine-production capabilities in Canada means the United States, Britain, Germany and other countries could have some of their citizens inoculated against COVID-19 before Canadians start to get shots, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday. “One of the things to remember is Canada no longer has any domestic production capacity for vaccines,” Trudeau said during... Read More

Best Buy reports 3Q results that exceed Wall Street views

Best Buy reports 3Q results that exceed Wall Street views
  NEW YORK — Best Buy Co. reported fiscal third-quarter results that blew through analysts’ expectations as the nation’s largest consumer electronics retailer enjoyed surging demand for items like home theatre and appliances that help people learn, cook, work and connect in their homes during the pandemic. The Richfield, Minnesota-based retailer, said that third-quarter profits rose 33% while sales were... Read More

New Leaf Ventures Launches into Cannabis Infused Edible Products Market

New Leaf Ventures Launches into Cannabis Infused Edible Products Market
VANCOUVER – New Leaf Ventures Inc. (CSE: NLV) (OTC: NLVVF), a management and investment organization dedicated to evaluating, investing and accelerating advanced stage operations in the North American Cannabis sector is pleased to announce its New Leaf USA venture with brand license operator New Leaf Enterprises have expanded operations to roll out an all-new line of premium infused edibles under the... Read More

Uber Partners with Bond Brand Loyalty to Bring Last-Mile On-demand Delivery ahead of Holiday Rush

Uber Partners with Bond Brand Loyalty to Bring Last-Mile On-demand Delivery ahead of Holiday Rush
  TORONTO – Uber announced today the introduction of Uber Direct, a new and operationally efficient way for Canadian retailers to manage their delivery process, reach their customers, and quickly deliver right to their doorstep—without contact. Ahead of the holiday season, a much-needed evolution of e-commerce and fulfillment, Uber is also pleased to announce its collaboration with Bond Brand Loyalty,... Read More

US home price gains accelerate as pandemic shakes up housing

US home price gains accelerate as pandemic shakes up housing
  WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices jumped in September as strong demand, low-interest rates and the smallest number of available homes on record combined to push up housing costs. The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home price index, released Tuesday, showed that home prices rose 6.6% in September from a year earlier, much higher than its 5.3% increase in August. That... Read More