New CRTC cable rules crack down on murky contracts, hidden fees
Canada's broadcast regulator unveiled a draft of a code of conduct for television service providers Thursday, one pitched as a better way for consumers to resolve the disputes they have with those companies.Former American Apparel CEO Dov Charney seeks $40M in damages after ouster
The former chief executive and founder of hipster clothing brand American Apparel Inc, Dov Charney, is claiming $40 million US in damages for a breach of employment contract, his attorney said.What to watch for in BlackBerry's quarterly numbers
BlackBerry is set to release its fourth quarter results this morning. Here's some insight into what analysts and investors will be looking for.Germanwings Flight 4U9525: Canadian airlines told to have 2 people in the cockpit
Canadian airlines have been told they must keep two crew members in the cockpit at all times, effective immediately, federal Transport Minister Lisa Raitt announced.Alberta budget delivers tax increases for 1st time in years
Smokers, drinkers, speeders and high-income earners will pay more thanks to new measures introduced today by the Alberta government to deal with lower revenues brought by the plunge in oil prices.Why tax cheats in Canada are rarely jailed
If you're going to get caught cheating on your taxes, get caught in Canada. You might have to repay every withheld cent — plus fines and interest. But once the Canada Revenue Agency is done with you, there's a good chance you won't also be in prison.