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Duty free sales at Canadian airports grew an impressive 17% year-on-year to reach $41m (USD 32m) in March, just outpacing border stores, which also posted double-digit growth of 14% to $9.8m (USD 7.65m). For the first three months of the year, airport sales grew 8.6% to reach $113m with border stores registering $24.7m (+3%)...
A new report released by independent Washington D.C data analytics firm New Frontier Data has favourably declared Canada’s cannabis industry as the best in the world.
IKEA Canada will raise the Pride flag at each of its stores from coast to coast, symbolizing the organization's commitment to an inclusive work environment which stands up for the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities. To further foster inclusivity, IKEA Canada announced a new partnership with Pride at Work Canada, a network organization whose vision is a nation where LGBT+ people can achieve their full potential at work. Pride at Work Canada fosters partnerships to empower employers and provide services to foster workplace cultures that recognizes LGBT+ employees as an important part of a diverse and effective workforce. This partnership is in addition to IKEA's longstanding and ongoing partnership with Workplace Pride.
Laura Hewitt, of the family-run import business 'A Taste of Britain,' says they've been almost cleared out of Harry and Meghan wedding memorabilia.