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Deals scarce in Sears Canada liquidation sale
While signs suggested discounts of 20 to 50 per cent off - with a note that exceptions apply - relatively few items at a Toronto store appeared to be offered at half off.
Sears bankruptcy forces Gander franchise out of business, 6 months in
Sears Canada liquidation sales underway across the country  CTV News
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Rogers eyes network upgrades amid record customer growth
File photo of a woman walking past a Rogers sign on the way into the Rogers building in Toronto. Mark Blinch/REUTERS. Christine Dobby.
Rogers Communications sees 'anemic' iPhone 8 demand
It's all about wireless this quarter for Rogers, but subscriber-losing ...  Financial Post
'We are now and tomorrow': Toronto makes its pitch for Amazon's HQ2
With its massive talent pool, favourable business environment and diversity, Toronto is the best choice for Amazon's next world headquarters, according to the region's public bid to the company.
Trudeau pens letter to Amazon founder pitching Canada as home for new ...
Toronto's tech talent being used to woo Amazon  Toronto Star
BC Green legislation seeks green light for ride hailing
The leader of the B.C. Greens has made a third attempt at legislation that would allow ride-hailing companies such as Uber and Lyft to operate in the province.
BC's Greens put ride-hailing on legislature agenda with private member ...  Financial Post
BC rideshare bill introduced for third time in the legislature  Daily Hive
British Airways apologizes to bed bug-bitten travellers
A B.C. family who says they were bitten all over by bed bugs on a flight to England is now getting an apology from the airline. New Westminister resident Heather Szilagyi, her seven-year-old daughter Molly and her fianc�, Eric Neilson, were on an ...
British Airways apologises for bed bug infestation  The Guardian
British Airways apologises after family bitten by bed bugs on Vancouver to ...  Evening Standard
Millennials will have to deal with Ontario's debt unless action taken: watchdog
TORONTO -- Millennials will have to foot the bill for Ontario's rising debt over the next three decades if the government doesn't hike taxes or cut spending by $6.5 billion annually to address major demographic changes, the province's fiscal watchdog ...
30 years of debt unless province raises revenues, cuts spending: FAO  Toronto Sun
Ontario will have to hike taxes or cut spending, watchdog warns  Toronto Star
Passenger sues Sunwing over lack of 'champagne service' to Cuba
When Daniel MacDuff boarded a Sunwing flight to Cuba in February 2017, he expected champagne service, as advertised. Instead, he was served sparkling wine in a plastic cup.
Quebec man seeks to sue over 'champagne service' on flight  CTV News
This Airline Just Got Sued by a Passenger for the Most Incredible Reason You ...
Postmedia appoints Andrew MacLeod as successor to CEO Paul Godfrey
Postmedia Network Canada Corp. has announced chief executive Paul Godfrey's successor, naming a fast-rising executive its "designated survivor" should any unexpected change occur at the company.
Postmedia reports $40.3M quarterly profit — and a new corporate succession ...  Financial Post
Postmedia appoints Andrew MacLeod to succeed Paul Godfrey as president  BNN
Unusual buyers cleaning up in oil patch deals
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Most actively traded companies on the TSX  Financial Post
Cenovus to sell Palliser oilsands assets for $1.3 billion  Toronto Star
BC angler lands possible San Juan Islands Atlantic salmon farm escapee on ...
Don Temple says he caught this Atlantic salmon in the Harrison Rive Oct. 8. Don Temple/Submitted / PNG. Share Adjust Comment Print.
Atlantic salmon caught in BC's Harrison River
Atlantic salmon caught in the Harrison River  Agassiz-Harrison Observer