Hydro One takeover of Avista scrapped by Washington state regulators over political interference

Washington state regulators say they have denied Hydro One Ltd.’s proposed takeover of Avista Corp., citing political interference in the…

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Why many Canadians don’t love self-checkout

Brendan Best says self-checkout isn’t worth his time because something often goes wrong, forcing him to seek out assistance. “I would…

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Telecom mediator sees 57% spike in complaints in 2017-18, mainly about wireless

The federal watchdog that handles customer complaints about telecommunications and television services in Canada saw a 57 per cent spike in…

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Unhappy Second Cup franchisees sue coffee chain

A group of Second Cup Ltd. franchisees is suing the struggling Canadian coffee chain, alleging the company’s actions have been…

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Security agencies warn of foreign espionage threat to company networks

Canadian companies should watch out when they use technology supplied by state-owned companies from countries that want to steal corporate…

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Inflation rate inches up to 2.4% in October

Canada’s annual inflation rate remained above the central bank’s target for the ninth straight month in October, data showed on…

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Watchdog to probe how banks handle complaints

Canada’s financial consumer watchdog has got the green light to probe how banking customer complaints are handled internally and by…

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Lack of Romaine lettuce recall leaves grocers in a lurch

Grocery chains across Canada moved quickly to take Romaine lettuce that could be contaminated with E. coli off their shelves on Wednesday. But…

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After Montana ruling, TransCanada not sure when Keystone construction can begin

TransCanada Corp. says it doesn’t know when it will be able to build its Keystone XL pipeline after a Montana…

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