Passenger rights advocate launches complaint, calls Swoop’s baggage fees ‘deceptive’

An air passenger rights advocate has filed a regulatory complaint against Swoop Inc. claiming the new low-cost airline is unlawfully…

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Feds to spend $117M for Churchill railway sale, repairs

The federal government is spending $117 million to help facilitate the deal to sell and begin repairs to the flood-damaged rail line to…

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Fiat Chrysler boosts autonomous vehicle testing in Michigan

Fiat Chrysler says it’s invested more than $30 million at its Chelsea Proving Grounds in southeastern Michigan to boost development…

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Airline luggage fees and mislabelled seafood: CBC’s Marketplace consumer cheat sheet

Miss something this week? Don’t panic. CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need. Want this in your inbox? Get…

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Canada’s cattle producers tighten belts as drought dries up pastures

Cattle producers on the Prairies are hoping for the best but preparing for the worst as an ongoing drought continues…

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Loonie could brace for a return to ‘Dutch disease’ if oils stays strong: Don Pittis

This week’s startling jump in economic growth was due to just one thing. As economists and commentators fretted over a…

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Weston bakery division’s performance suffers as it slims down product list

George Weston Ltd. is forging ahead with its plan to reduce the number of different products offered by its bakery…

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Air Canada, CIBC, TD and Visa offer to buy Aeroplan

Air Canada is teaming up with three financial services giants to try to buy its former loyalty program, Aeroplan, from…

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Statistics Canada reports manufacturing sales up 1.4 per cent in May

Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales increased 1.4 per cent to $57.1 billion in May. The improvement followed a drop of…

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