SodaStream recalls bottles at risk of bursting
SodaStream Canada has recalled some one-litre bottles because consumers could be injured if the bottles rupture while the contents are being carbonated. The recall was issued jointly by Health Canada, the United States Consumer Product Safety ...
SodaStream recalls thousands of bottles due to danger they could rupture
SodaStream issues recall over bursting bottle risk
SodaStream recalls thousands of bottles for explosion risk
SodaStream Canada has recalled some one-litre bottles because consumers could be injured if the vessels rupture.
Hudson's Bay Co. misled consumers on mattress prices, says Competition Bureau
Canada's Competition Bureau alleges that the Hudson's Bay Company used deceptive price claims and other tactics to mislead consumers about sales of mattress and box spring sets. An investigation found that HBC claimed "grossly inflated regular prices" ...
HBC denies deceptive pricing accusations from competition watchdog
Competition Bureau sues HBC over alleged deceptive regular price claims and clearance sales
TransCanada asks shippers to support new natural gas pipeline tolls
CALGARY -- TransCanada (TSX:TRP) is proposing a new pipeline tolling system it says will allow western Canadian natural gas to be shipped to Ontario at lower rates to better compete with growing American supplies. The Calgary-based energy transport ...
TransCanada revives natural gas transport plan
TransCanada offers to slash tolls by nearly half on natural gas pipeline to thwart competition from US
TransCanada revives dead deal with new toll arrangement.
Retail sales edge lower in December
Unadjusted retail sales hit an historic high of $50 billion in December and the volume of retail sales was up 3 per cent from a year ago. According to Statistics Canada, retail sales decreased 0.5 per cent in December over November — a decline that ...
Retail sales post biggest drop in 9 months amid weak holiday spending
Alberta retail sales rise for 5th straight month in December
Retailers Had Disappointing Holidays As Canadians Turned Scroogey
Hey big spender: CTF awards most wasteful government spending
The 19th annual Teddy Awards brings attention to the most wasteful examples of government spending, and it looks like Alberta has cleaned up its act. Last year, the City of Calgary was named one of the worst spenders in the country, but this year ...
Teddy Awards target Ontario government, CRA and BC bridge for wasteful spending
Unwanted honour: Victoria given wasteful spending award for Johnson St. Bridge
Teddy Awards highlight the worst in government waste: Canadian Taxpayers Federation
The Competition Bureau alleges that the Hudson's Bay Company used deceptive price claims and other tactics to mislead Canadian consumers about sales of mattress and box spring sets.
Just a few weeks after making its stock market debut, fast-casual eatery chain Freshii Inc. has unveiled plans for expansion into the United Kingdom.
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Newfoundland and Labrador to cut 287 bureaucrats in bid to tame deficit
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Newfoundland and Labrador's Liberal government is slicing 287 management jobs from its civil service as part of a wider effort to contain a deficit currently projected to be close to $1.6 billion. Premier Dwight Ball, who promised to avoid layoffs ...
Newfoundland and Labrador to cut 287 management jobs from civil service ranks
Garth Drabinsky has paid his debt to society and shouldn't be punished again for his role in the Livent Entertainment fraud scandal, his lawyer said Wednesday as Ontario's securities regulator began opening submissions in its long-running case against the disgraced theatre mogul.