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Competition Bureau settles with Leon's, The Brick over marketing practices
The Competition Bureau said Tuesday it has reached an agreement with Leon's Furniture Ltd. and the Brick Ltd. regarding allegations of deceptive marketing practices dating back nearly five years ago.
Leon's, The Brick ordered to donate furniture to charity in Competition ...  Toronto Star
Competition Bureau reaches settlement with Leon's and the Brick  CTV News
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Hamilton looks to cap number of payday loan outlets
The policy being considered by Hamilton councillors won't immediately decrease the city's number of payday loan businesses to 15 because it will grandfather in existing companies.
Hamilton to consider limiting payday loan outlets  CBC.ca
Hamilton considers legislation to limit number of payday loan outlets  The Globe and Mail
Nova Scotia sells power to NL for first time through new Maritime Link
Nova Scotia is now exporting power to Newfoundland. Electricity is being carried via the new Maritime Link, two 170-kilometre subsea cables laid across the Cabot Strait last year.
Nova Scotia power flows to NL over Maritime Link  CBC.ca
Trade fine small compared to billions lost if Trans Mountain doesn't go ahead ...
Alberta economic development minister Deron Bilous says a fine for violating a trade agreement would be small in comparison to the jobs and investment that could be lost if the British Columbia government continues to oppose the Trans Mountain pipeline ...
BC challenges Alberta's ban on wine over pipeline expansion dispute  Financial Post
Letters to the Editor, Feb. 21  Calgary Sun
BC cold snap prompts energy use spike
BC Hydro is reporting a 10 per cent increase in overall electricity demand for the last two days (Feb. 18 and 19), compared to the same days last week.
BC Hydro preps for "near-record breaking" energy demand during ...  Vancouver Sun
BC Hydro prepares for “near-record breaking” energy demand as cold snap hits ...  Globalnews.ca
KFC shutters UK restaurants after supply-chain fiasco causes severe chicken ...
People look into a branch of KFC that is closed due to problems with the delivery of chicken on February 20, 2018 in Bristol, England.
KFC shortages to continue all week  BBC News
What KFC's Chicken Delivery Fiasco in the UK Will Mean for the Brand  Adweek
Trinidad Drilling launches strategic review as Canadian oilfield slump drags on
The corporate logo for Trinidad Drilling Ltd. (TSX:TDG) is shown. Trinidad Drilling Ltd. has launched a formal strategic review of the company including a possible sale.
Trinidad Drilling initiates strategic review  Pipeline News
Calgary-based Trinidad Drilling launches strategic review including possible ...  CBC.ca
Bow Island mayor looks ahead after departure of Spitz
Bow Island Mayor Gordon Reynolds is looking for a new plan following the news that PepsiCo is shutting down the local sunflower seed processing plant, resulting in the loss of 53 jobs.
PepsiCo closes the last Spitz sunflower seed processing plant in Alberta  Farms.com
PepsiCo to close Spitz sunflower seed plant in southern Alberta, 53 to lose jobs  CanadianManufacturing.com
Ride-hailing service TappCar confident of success under MPI's rules
A small ride-hailing company about to launch its service in Winnipeg says it has no problem operating under provincial insurance rules.
TappCar takes advantage after Uber and Lyft snub Winnipeg  Globalnews.ca
New player emerges for Winnipeg ride hailing  Winnipeg Sun
Late-afternoon sell-off steers US stocks toward lower close
FILE - This Oct. 2, 2014, file photo shows the facade of the New York Stock Exchange. The U.S. stock market opens at 9:30 a.m. EST on Thursday, Feb. 8 2018.
CORRECTION: Dow closes 254 points lower as Walmart posts worst day since ...  CNBC
Technology companies rally, offsetting a plunge in Walmart  Financial Post