Canada is getting hit with more four recalls following an E. coli outbreak. In the latest, Robin Hood-brand Super Keynote Strong Bakers Flour and Italian Style Flour are being recalled due to possible E. coli O121 contamination.
Both Montreal and Toronto airports are refusing to run an ad campaign created by Flight Claim, a new company that fights for compensation for wronged passengers.
Major U.S. TV provider Dish Network has launched a lawsuit targeting apps used to stream unauthorized content. Now some of those apps have disappeared, but tech experts say it won't be long before they're back.
Ten members of Nova Scotiaâ€™s provincial cycling team are so upset with their recent experience with WestJet, theyâ€™re planning to take the airline to court. WestJet says it had to bump the group from a…
As of Dec. 1, Canadians will no longer have to pay cellular providers to unlock their phones, and as of that date, providers must do the work free of charge, the CRTC has announced.
According to a J.D. Power survey, 27 per cent of TV customers polled in Canada are thinking about cutting their cable or satellite subscriptions. Respondents were also more satisfied with streaming services over traditional TV.
Canadaâ€™s telecom market is booming thanks to our unquenchable thirst for wireless data. That leads some customers to question why major Canadian providers arenâ€™t offering a range of cellular plans with…
Canada is facing yet another flour recall over a product that could be contaminated with harmful E. coli bacteria. It comes on the heels of a separate national flour recall sparked by another E. coli outbreak that made some people
The CRTC says Bell is defying regulations by only letting customers choose one bundled package of 10 channels on top of their TV plan. The commission has order the company to let customers get more channel bundles.
Bell, Rogers and Telus are all hiking rates for select home internet plans this year â€” but some smaller providers are actually dropping their rates.