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By Aleksandra Sagan The Canadian Press

New NAFTA deal unlikely to push dairy aisle prices lower, experts say

Canadians hoping their weekly grocery staples like milk and eggs may soon cost less thanks to a new trade deal that opens up Canada’s dairy industry may be out of luck. Experts say the trilateral agreement between Canada, the U.S. and Mexico is unlikely to bring prices down, but could leave shoppers with more choices in the dairy aisle.

’Widespread’ seafood mislabelling at retailers, restaurants, study finds

When consumers buy butterfish or white tuna at a grocery store they may instead receive a fish dubbed “the laxative of the sea,” according to an investigation into seafood fraud that found nearly half of seafood samples it tested at Canadian grocery stores and restaurants were wrongly labelled.

How to register to receive $25 Loblaw card after bread price-fixing arrangement admission

VANCOUVER — Loblaw Companies Ltd. is offering customers a $25 gift card as a goodwill gesture after admitting the company participated in an industry-wide bread price-fixing arrangement.

“This conduct should never have happened,” said Galen G. Weston, CEO, during a conference call with analysts Tuesday.

McDonald’s, A&W to launch all-day breakfast nationwide due to growing demand

TORONTO — Canadians hankering for a breakfast sandwich in the evening will soon be able to satisfy that craving at most McDonald’s and A&W restaurants later next month, as the fast-food chains concede to growing consumer demand to have their signature morning staples served throughout the day.

Bell’s CraveTV grows to 1M subscribers ahead of Shomi’s shutdown on Nov. 30

TORONTO — Weeks before TV streaming service Shomi is set to shut down, BCE Inc. said Thursday its CraveTV streaming service recently hit one million subscribers.

The Montreal-based company said it reached the milestone by the end of September, nearly two years after it launched CraveTV in December 2014.