The Canadian Television-radio and Telecommunications Commission confirmed yesterday what has been widely alleged for years, the industry uses unacceptable sales practices that mislead consumers and harms the public interest.
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TORONTO—Restaurant operator Cara Operations Ltd. has managed the impact of Ontario's minimum wage hike through selective price increases and menu changes at its various banners, chief executive officer Bill Gregson told analysts yesterday.
In fact, Gregson said, that “most of our banners . . . have had stronger sales in Ontario than in other parts of Canada.”
Ontario's wine makers and grape growers nervously are watching the weather, fearing this year's harvest literally could be nipped in the bud by an unusually cold winter.
TORONTO—Canadian supporters of “net neutrality” say a U.S. regulator's vote to repeal Obama-era restraints on internet service providers is a step in the wrong direction because it will tip the balance of power towards large commercial interests.
TORONTO—General Motors said yesterday it was backed into a corner when it told Unifor it may shift more production of one of its best-selling vehicles to Mexico, a move the union's president said is tantamount to an attack on Canada.
The company's warning to the union comes as a strike at its southwestern Ontario operation stretches into a fourth week.
TORONTO—Canada’s economy added about 6,600 jobs last month—essentially reversing a similar decline in June but having too little effect to change a national unemployment rate that has been stuck at 6.8 percent for six months in a row.