Tim Hortons hitched, Shomi born, Twitch adopted and NHL expecting: BUSINESS WEEK WRAP
Tim Hortons gets bought by Burger King, rumours fly about possible NHL expansion and Rogers and Shaw team up to bring Canadians a Netflix-like streaming service. Jacqueline Hansen recaps the week that was in business news.Canada plans legislation to end pay-to-pay billing fees
The federal government plans to introduce legislation that would halt the practice of charging fees for paper bills, an issue highlighted by the CRTC's criticism of Canadian telecom companies' pay-to-pay practices. Why passengers are unlikely to win damages due to unruly fliers
Airline passengers who have their travel plans interrupted when unruly passengers force a plane to turn around or be diverted are likely to have a difficult time collecting damages for the disruption.Tesla Motors inks deal to build 400 charging stations in China
Tesla Motors Co. and a state-owned Chinese phone carrier announced plans Friday to build 400 charging stations for electric cars in a new bid to promote popular adoption of the technology in China.Canadian economy expands at 3.1% pace in 2nd quarter
The Canadian economy soared in the second quarter, accelerating to an annualized pace of 3.1 per cent as households spent more.Mortgage rate drop means housing more affordable this spring
Housing across Canada became more affordable in the second quarter of this year because mortgage rates dropped, according to a report from RBC.