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Coffee and donuts from Tim Hortons Inc. continue to be a staple for many Canadian and with 2,711 locations in the country
There's a crack in McDonald's Corp.'s long-entrenched relationship with Coca-Cola Co. The restaurant chain is experimenting with giving consumers a choice between bottled products from Coke and archrival PepsiCo Inc
Faces Cosmetics PLC said it sold three group-owned retail locations in Montreal, Canada, to an existing franchisee
Fastsigns International, Inc., has announced the roster of representatives to the 2007-2008 Franchise Advisory Committee
When ReMax International entered the Canadian market with one franchise in the late 1970s, it changed the face of the business.
Pizza delivery chain Domino s Pizza Inc. said Friday fourth-quarter profit fell 23 percent from year-ago results that included a gain on the sale of an investment in a franchise operation in Mexico.
Canadians looking for a franchise opportunity have until March 15, 2007 to buy an Outdoor Connection franchise at a drastically reduced price.
Twenty years ago, President and Founder of National Property Inspections, Roland Bates, interviewed his first three franchisees.
Pizza Pizza Royalty Income Fund (the "Fund") (TSX: PZA.UN) today announced a cash distribution of $0.073 per unit for the month of February, 2007.
Two months after it settled a federal lawsuit that alleged it had deceived 10 Massachusetts residents who had purchased cleaning franchises from it, Coverall North America Inc. was the target of another suit in US District Court
Western Canada s largest Franchise and Business Opportunities Show returns to Vancouver for its 9th annual show!
Hisham Alard did a double take when he tuned into a television news show recently about a pizza franchise scam where Canadians lost their life savings.
Hearts of Canadian troops in Afghanistan will soon be warmed by handcrafted Valentines cards and Tim Hortons coffee thanks to 262 students at an Etobicoke Catholic School.
Canadian Tire Corp. has raised its dividend while blaming an unseasonably warm winter in Eastern Canada for an 8.4 per cent decline in fourth-quarter earnings.
The Entrepreneur s Source (TES) continues to be the standards-setter for alternative career and business coaching as it s once again honored by Entrepreneur Magazine

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