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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 Is Said to Plan Repeal of Net Neutrality Rules  New York Times
The FCC's craven net neutrality vote announcement makes no mention of ...  TechCrunch
The Independent  
Newfoundlanders' Toronto Airport Party Is Proof Even Flight Delays Can Be Fun
Musicians Sean Sullivan and Sheldon Thornhill busted out their instruments to entertain the crowd waiting for a flight in Toronto's Pearson Airport.
Delayed flight to St. John's turns into impromptu kitchen party at ...  Globalnews.ca
Party at Pearson: Newfoundlanders start singalong at airport during flight delay  MetroNews Canada
TTC CEO Andy Byford leaving job after 5 years to lead New York City Transit
Toronto Transit Commission CEO Andy Byford is stepping down in mid-December to take a job as president and CEO with New York City Transit.
Andy Byford leaving the TTC for a job with New York City Transit  Toronto Star
TTC head Andy Byford leaving post to lead New York City Transit  The Globe and Mail
Royal Bank deemed 'too big to fail' by global banking watchdog
The Royal Bank of Canada has been added to a list of 30 of the world's most systemically important banks. The designation, by the Swiss-based Financial Stability Board, means that Canada's largest lender is big enough and important enough to have a ...
RBC joins ranks of global banks deemed 'too big to fail'  The Globe and Mail
RBC joins the global ranks of banks deemed 'too big to fail'  Financial Post
A working pay system is years away, audit says
OTTAWA - For the thousands of federal public workers who have ongoing pay issues, a grim diagnosis from Canada's auditor general Tuesday: it's going to be years before the government has a pay system that works.
Phoenix fix to cost more, take longer, AG finds  CBC.ca
Phoenix pay fiasco will take years, cost more than half-billion dollars to ...  Toronto Star
Loblaw looks to lure consumers with fee-based loyalty program
The Loblaws store located at Church St. and Carlton St. in Toronto, is photographed on Nov 15 2017. Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail. Marina Strauss.
Why Canada is wary of online grocery shopping  National Post
Loblaw steps up e-commerce game with launch of $9.99 a month loyalty program  BNN
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.
Ikea again announces dresser recall after death of 8th child  CTV News
Ikea can handle 915 million visitors, but its recalled dresser just killed ...  Quartz
Competition Bureau drops probe over abuse of dominance allegations against Loblaw
The Loblaws store located at Church St. and Carlton St. in Toronto, photographed on Nov. 15, 2017. Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail. David Paddon.
Competition Bureau drops investigation of Loblaws  CBC.ca
Competition Bureau completes civil investigation into Loblaw  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Loblaw helps boost George Weston third-quarter profit
George Weston Ltd. says it third-quarter profit was up from a year ago, boosted by its Loblaw Companies Ltd. business, offset in part by its Weston Foods operations.
George Weston posts 3Q profit  Yahoo News UK
This equation shows how much marijuana will add to Canada's growth
Statistics Canada will use detailed algebraic formulas to measure spending on cannabis, based on estimates of price and the prevalence of consumption.
Statscan to study economic effects of recreational marijuana  The Globe and Mail
StatCan to include marijuana in GDP accounts as legalization nears  Toronto Star