American home improvement giant Lowe’s will make a $5,000 grant to a local community organization at the opening of its first Manitoba store in Winnipeg next week.
The grant to the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities (SMD) Foundation/Easter Seals Manitoba will support sports, recreation, social and leisure activities for children and adults with disabilities.
TORONTO – The maker of Doritos is hardly in a crunch after chatter about the potential for daintier corn chips marketed towards women sparked a visceral viral reaction — in fact, experts say comments from the CEO of PepsiCo were likely just a ploy to test the market.
PepsiCo released a statement Tuesday calling reporting on the launch of such a product “inaccurate,” adding “we already have Doritos for women — they’re called Doritos.”
CALGARY – A new study commissioned by the Retail Council of Canada says an increase in the duty-free allowance for cross-border shopping would lead to hundreds of thousands of job losses and cut billions of dollars from the Canadian economy.
The PwC study comes as U.S. lawmakers push for Canada to increase the duty-free allowance from $20 to $800 as part of ongoing NAFTA talks.
A popular Winnipeg clothing retailer is closing up shop at the end of the month amid a dispute surrounding its name.
Oak + Oar posted to its Facebook page that it has been in the process of trying to trademark its name since 2014. A Canadian retailer and designer in Vancouver with a similar name opposed their trademark application and the two have been in a standoff ever since.