Drone Delivery Canada Announces Update on Successful Condor Testing

TORONTO, ON–Drone Delivery Canada Corp. has successfully completed further testing of the Condor drone at the Foremost UAS Test Range, in Foremost, Alberta, Canada. The company says the tests related to cold-weather performance, wind performance, cargo-area temperature profiles, long-duration flight testing, aircraft attitude and position controller tuning, autonomy, and autonomous …

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Canada Cartage expands holdings in fulfillment delivery operations

Canada Cartage Announces Acquisition of Stalco, e-Commerce Fulfillment, Shipping TORONTO, ON–Canada Cartage, one of the country’s largest transportation and logistics providers, has announced the acquisition of Stalco Inc., a Toronto-based, third-party logistics company specializing in fulfillment and distribution for high-velocity, e-commerce clients in Canada, the U.S. and international markets. Founded in …

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Global Creative Collective Thinkingbox hires Helen Androlia as Strategy Director

TORONTO, ON–Creative shop Thinkingbox has hired Helen Androlia to lead digital strategy from its Toronto office, marking continued growth for the company across North America. Androlia most recently worked at Juniper Park\TBWA as Director of Digital Strategy. She previously served as Director, Social Media Strategy at Innocean Worldwide Canada, with …

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Dinner and a new suit arrive by delivery together?

Harry Rosen Partners with DoorDash to Introduce Same-Day Holiday Delivery TORONTO, ON–With the holiday countdown officially on, Harry Rosen, Canada’s leading luxury menswear retailer, announces a new partnership with last-mile logistics platform DoorDash to make this season of giving a little more convenient and a lot more joyful. While this …

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Easier Cross-Border eCommerce: PUDO, Frontier Distributing partner on 3PL

TORONTO, ON—Cross-border eCommerce, particularly returns promises to be easier as a result of a new agreement between PUDO and Frontier Distributing of Fort Erie, ON and Buffalo, NY. It will utilize Frontier’s warehouse space and customs-clearing expertise to expedite eCommerce parcel traffic, most particularly returns, crossing the Canada-U.S. border in …

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Staples Canada Survey Unwraps How Canadians are Planning Their Holiday Season

RICHMOND HILL, ON–A recent survey conducted by Maru/Blue and commissioned by Staples Canada revealed that Canadians will be seeing less family and friends in-person this holiday season, opting instead to have their gifts shipped this year, among other shifts in behaviour to help them stay safe. Canadians are looking for …

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Drove Delivery Could Be Serving Several Remote Quebec Communities in 2021

TORONTO, ON—Residents and businesses in several remote communities in Quebec could be receiving deliveries by drone in early summer 2021. Drone Delivery Canada Corp (DDC) has, with the assistance of its sales agent Air Canada, executed a Letter of Intent (LOI) with Drones Express Inc (DEI) for an expected multi-year, …

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Purolator, Michaels Partner on Shipping, Sweepstakes

TORONTO, ON–Purolator package pick-up and drop-off services are now available at 135 Michaels retail stores across Canada, including three self-serve Quick Stop Kiosks at select locations, thereby offering customers more convenient ways to send and receive packages, including curbside service. To celebrate the new partnership, Purolator and Michaels are also …

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Canada’s first one-stop ‘shop and ship’ kiosk introduced at CF Toronto Eaton Centre

Purolator’s self-serve Quick Stop Kiosk is the first of its kind in Canada with a pilot at CF Toronto Eaton Centre TORONTO, ON—Purolator has unveiled Canada’s first self-serve Quick Stop Kiosk, making holiday shopping easier and getting packages where they need to go, on time and hassle free. Located at …

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Survey: Shopping in peace, time savings driving more Canadians to turn to online shopping

Yet 7 in 10 are worried about stolen packages delivered to their home MISSISSAUGA, ON–Forty per cent of Canadians say they are more likely to shop online for holiday gifts this year compared to last year. Among those shopping online, time saving (62%), better stock and selection (59%), and the …

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