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McDonald’s Canada has no plans for all-day breakfast after American launch

TORONTO — McDonald’s Canada has bad news for those looking to get their Egg McMuffin fix past 11 a.m.

Spokeswoman Lisa Hutniak said the company has no plans to offer an all-day breakfast despite the brand’s announcement that its American restaurants will introduce the option Oct. 6.

Saskatoon distillery attaches label to booze promoting moderation

SASKATOON — A Saskatoon micro-distillery is taking an extra step to inform its customers about the benefits of drinking alcohol in moderation.

Lucky Bastard Distillers has created a label that informs consumers of Canada’s Low Risk Drinking Guidelines and communicates the number of standard drinks in each bottle.

More Canadians need emergency savings

TORONTO—Canadians on average are socking away more money for potential financial emergencies than in the past, but a new survey has found that almost a quarter are still living paycheque to paycheque.

The survey, conducted by Pollara for the Bank of Montreal (TSX:BMO), found that Canadians on average have $41,694 in emergency savings, up from an average of $35,237 in 2014.