By Commodity News Service Canada
WINNIPEG, May 30, 2018 (CNS) – The following is a glance at
the news moving markets in Canada and globally.
More than 3,000 Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. workers
walked off the job Tuesday night. The strike, by conductors
and locomotive engineers who are members of Teamsters
Canada Rail Conference, began at 10 p.m. eastern time. CP
Rail reached a tentative three-year agreement with a
smaller union, the International Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers earlier on Tuesday night.
Time Hortons will pilot all-day breakfast at a dozen
delivery and a loyalty program. Tim Hortons plans to
experiment with all-day breakfast at a handful of Hamilton
and Brampton locations later in the summer. They will
include all of the menu items typically available at the
store in the morning. If successful, the company will
consider rolling it out further.
French President Emmanuel Macron is scheduled to meet
with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau next week in Ottawa
before the two sit down with their G7 counterparts for the
leaders’ summit in La Malbaie, Que. The French embassy is
describing Macron’s Canadian visit as a working trip to
prepare for the G7 summit. France will take over G7
presidency next year and Canadian officials have said the
hope is to continue their work toward meeting the goals
laid out by the Paris climate agreement.