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Former TD Bank CEO Ed Clark to become new chairman of LCBO, steer Ontario's marijuana sales

TORONTO – A retired bank executive is set to become the next chairman of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, a Crown corporation tasked with selling and distributing recreational… 160 more words


Former TD Bank CEO Ed Clark to head up agency that will sell pot in Ontario

TORONTO — Ontario has called in its top business guru to head the agency that will handle the complicated task of selling and distributing recreational marijuana once pot is legalized this summer. 570 more words


David Annesley at Waddington Custot

Annesley’s large, metal sculptures drew upon the artist’s own physical experience flying as a RAF pilot. The monumental vibrant works convey a sense of lightness and movement and expand into the surrounding space outlined by their lines.  224 more words


Ontario just enriched the Detroit-Windsor bid for Amazon

The Ontario government is bolstering the Detroit-Windsor bid for Amazon’s second headquarters by ramping up the province’s already impressive science and technology talent pool, Premier Kathleen Wynne’s business adviser says. 842 more words

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Ontario's bid for Amazon headquarters in GTA won't contain billions in financial incentives

TORONTO – Setting up its second headquarters in the Greater Toronto Area would save Amazon $1.5 billion a year, the man heading up Ontario’s bid for the project said Wednesday, as the deadline loomed for cities in North America to make their pitch. 621 more words


Windsor to join Detroit in 'game-changer' bid for Amazon HQ

In what would be a “game-changer” on many fronts, Windsor plans to piggyback on Detroit’s bid for e-commerce giant Amazon’s multibillion-dollar city investment.

Less than two weeks after Amazon’s announcement, dozens of cities are already vying for the opportunity to host a second North American headquarters for the world’s largest Internet-based retailer. 494 more words

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Head of Ontario's Amazon headquarters bid says government won't offer billions in subsidies

TORONTO – The man heading up Ontario’s effort to lure Amazon to the province said Thursday that while the province would consider sensible incentives, the bid will not offer billions in subsidies to the tech giant. 607 more words