Bell scales back rural internet plans after CRTC decision on rates

Bell says it will cut back on a rural internet program it committed to last year by some 20 per cent, or 200,000 households, to compensate for the lower rates as a result of a CRTC decision. (CBC) Bell Canada...

‘It’s crazy’: Chase Bank forgiving all debt owed by its Canadian credit card customers

Paul Adamson, of Dundalk, Ont., was thrilled to find out that Chase Bank is forgiving him the $1,645 debt he owed on his Amazon.ca Rewards Visa card. (Submitted by Paul Adamson) Finally, a good news story about credit card debt....

CMHC sees ‘moderate overvaluation’ in Canada’s housing market, but little vulnerability overall

Despite the preponderance of construction cranes in the downtown core, the CMHC says there's little evidence of overbuilding in Toronto's real estate market. (John Rieti/CBC) After waving a red flag of warning about Canada's housing market for more than two...

CMHC sees some overvaluation in Winnipeg’s housing market, but little vulnerability overall in Canada

Despite the preponderance of construction cranes in the downtown core, the CMHC says there's little evidence of overbuilding in Toronto's real estate market. (John Rieti/CBC) After waving a red flag of warning about Canada's housing market for more than two...

Widespread outages at wireless providers cause voice service issues

Customers of Rogers, Telus, Bell and Freedom Mobile have been experiencing issues with voice calls since Sunday afternoon. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press) Some of Canada's major mobile service providers say they're working to fix widespread network outages to voice services...

Major wireless outage disrupts Canadian cellular services

Customers of Rogers, Telus, Bell and Freedom Mobile have been experiencing issues with voice calls since Sunday afternoon. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press) Canadian wireless networks have been hit by major outages that started Sunday and are still resulting in dropped calls...

Major outages at Rogers and Freedom disrupt Canadian cellular services

Customers of Rogers, Telus, Bell and Freedom Mobile have been experiencing issues with voice calls since Sunday afternoon. (Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press) Canadian wireless networks have been hit by major outages that started Sunday and are still resulting in dropped calls...

First Nations push for greater share of forestry industry as policies evolve

A worker stacks lumber at the Partap Forest Products mill in Maple Ridge, B.C., on Tuesday, April 25, 2017. The foundations of Canada's forestry sector are changing as First Nations, strengthened by legal victories and legislation, look for more control...

Air Canada to buy Transat for $13 a share

Air Canada will buy Air Transat for $520 million, pending regulatory approval. (Shutterstock) The company that owns Air Transat has agreed to be taken over by Air Canada for $13 a share. The two companies announced in May they had entered negotiations...

Other bidders circling as Transat agrees to Air Canada’s $13-a-share takeover offer

Air Canada will buy Air Transat for $520 million, pending regulatory approval. (Shutterstock) The company that owns Air Transat has agreed to be taken over by Air Canada for $13 a share. The two companies announced in May they had entered negotiations...
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