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FCC will vote to repeal net neutrality rules put in place under Obama
The chairman of the Federal Communications Commission on Tuesday unveiled plans to repeal a landmark 2015 order that barred internet service providers from blocking or slowing down consumer access to web content, and said the U.S.
FCC Announces Plan to Repeal Net Neutrality  New York Times
Net neutrality repeal: What is it, and why will it change the internet for ...  The Independent
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Loblaws pitches upgraded loyalty program for $9.99 a month for premium perks
Loblaws is launching a fee-based subscription program targeting its existing loyalty program members that sweetens the pot for them in terms of rewards, in exchange for an ongoing fee.
Competition Bureau drops probe over abuse of dominance allegations against ...  The Globe and Mail
What to know about Loblaw's new PC Insiders loyalty program  MoneySense
Impromptu 'kitchen party' at Pearson airport goes viral
A lengthy wait in an airport lounge couldn't dampen the spirits of a group of Newfoundlanders who found themselves waiting at Pearson International Airport Monday.
Delayed flight to St. John's turns into impromptu kitchen party at ...  Globalnews.ca
Newfoundlanders' Toronto Airport Party Is Proof Even Flight Delays Can ...  Huffington Post Canada
Canadians getting bad advice from the taxman, when they can get through: AG
Auditor General Michael Ferguson holds a press conference at the National Press Theatre in Ottawa on Tuesday Nov. 21, 2017, regarding his 2017 Fall Report.
Canadians getting bad advice from the taxman, according to auditor general ...  CTV News
CRA call centre only picks up the phone one-third of the time: auditor general  Globalnews.ca
TTC CEO Andy Byford stepping down for job with New York City transit
The head of the TTC is leaving the organization in order to take over the top job at the New York City Transit Authority. TTC CEO Andy Byford made the announcement at a news conference on Tuesday morning, noting that his time in Toronto has been the ...
TTC CEO Andy Byford stepping down after 5 years to lead New York City Transit  CBC.ca
Andy Byford leaving the TTC for a job with New York City Transit  MetroNews Canada
How much pot do you smoke? StatsCan wants to know
Canada will start tracking how non-medical marijuana is grown, sold and consumed, filling a data gap hampering Statistics Canada's efforts to spell out “economic and social consequences” ahead of plans to legalize the drug next summer.
This equation shows how much marijuana will add to Canada's growth  Financial Post
Government releases suite of cannabis regulations for public consultation  TheChronicleHerald.ca
'An approval is an approval': Shareholders urge TransCanada to back Keystone ...
CALGARY - TransCanada Corp should push ahead with an US$8 billion Keystone XL pipeline expansion after the state of Nebraska on Monday approved a route that would raise the cost of the controversial project, some shareholders said.
Nebraska regulator who voted against new Keystone XL route says residents ...  CBC.ca
Keystone XL is still the wrong project for a world facing global warming ...  Los Angeles Times
Phoenix fix to cost more, take longer, AG finds
Canada's auditor general says the bill to fix the disastrous Phoenix payroll system will be much higher than the $540 million allocated by the federal government, pushing the overall cost of Phoenix closer to $1 billion.
A working pay system is years away, audit says  CTV News
Phoenix pay fiasco will take years, cost more than half-billion dollars to ...  Toronto Star
Ikea reminds customers about Malm dresser recall after 8th child dies
Ikea is reminding people about its recall of 29 million Malm chests and dressers after news Tuesday that another child, died earlier this year when one of them fell on them.
Why Are These Ikea Dressers Killing Children?  Newsweek
Eighth child death from fallen IKEA dresser prompts recall reminder  CNN
RBC joins the global ranks of banks deemed 'too big to fail'
Royal Bank of Canada has been added to the list of 30 global systemically important banks by the Financial Stability Board of international regulators.
Royal Bank deemed 'too big to fail' by global banking watchdog  CBC.ca
RBC added to Financial Stability Board list of 30 systemically important banks  News1130