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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‘A public relations nightmare’: Ticketmaster recruits pros for secret scalper program

LATEST UPDATES: After publication of this story, Ticketmaster issued a statement to CBC News saying it was “categorically untrue that Ticketmaster…

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SpaceX signs passenger to fly around the moon

SpaceX says it has signed the first private moon traveller. The big reveal on who it is — and when…

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Scotiabank walks away from consumer dispute watchdog OBSI

The Bank of Nova Scotia will no longer use the Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments to mediate disputes with…

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DSW Inc. to close Town Shoes brand and 38 stores in Canada by January

DSW Inc. says it will shutter its Town Shoes Ltd. brand and close all of its stores. The Ohio-based shoe…

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5 new rules the U.S.-Mexico trade deal would set

After almost a year of negotiations between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico to update the 24-year-old North American Free Trade…

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Court to rule Thursday in fight over release of real estate sold figures

The end might be near for a seven-year battle that has kept the public from easily finding sales data for…

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Elon Musk tweets he may take Tesla private

Chief executive Elon Musk said on Tuesday he is considering taking Tesla Inc. private in what would be the largest…

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Saputo profit falls as various factors combine to offset higher revenue

Saputo Inc. says its first-quarter profit was down from the same time last year as a result of numerous negative…

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Canada’s exports of goods to U.S. hit record in June

Higher shipments of passenger cars and lights trucks south of the border helped drive up Canadian exports to the United…

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