Canadian impact unknown after major Fiat Chrysler recall, $105M fine
Transport Minister Lisa Raitt said she still doesn't know the impact on Canada of a major recall of Fiat Chrysler vehicles in the U.S. that is resulting in a $105 million US fine for the company.Wireless 'black market' offers cheap plans outside Manitoba, Saskatchewan
Want a wireless plan with unlimited voice and text and 5GB data for under $50? You can move to Manitoba or Saskatchewan – or, if you live in the rest of Canada, you can try the wireless 'black market.'Enbridge ad controversy has Tim Hortons reconsidering in-store TV
Executives at Tim Hortons are reconsidering its Tims TV in-store screens after being dragged into a controversy over an Enbridge ad.Regret those stretched earlobes? Brace for pricey fix-it surgery
Earlobe stretching became trendy about a decade ago. But now some who bought into the look have grown up, entered the workforce, and want to reverse a decision of the past. For many, the only option is surgery.TSX, Dow slide after Chinese stock index has biggest 1-day drop since 2007
North American stock markets were knocked back on Monday, with the TSX dipping below 14,000 for the first time since December, after China's main stock index lost eight per cent in its worst one-day performance since 2007.TransAlta pays $76M for solar and wind energy projects in U.S.
Calgary-based TransAlta Corp has made its first foray into solar power after buying two U.S. renewable projects from Rockland Capital LLC for $75.8 million US.