Manitoba to crack down on misleading phone, internet service offers
The Manitoba government wants to crack down on misleading and confusing promotions for wireless, TV and internet service by forcing providers to be clear about how much their offers really cost.Tim Hortons breaks with franchisee, expands foreign worker oversight after wage theft claims
Tim Hortons has expanded oversight of the use of temporary foreign workers at its franchises and taken over two locations in Fernie, B.C., and Blairmore, Alta., months after several employees told CBC News the owner of the two franchises took advantage of their status as temporary foreign workers to cheat them out of overtime pay.Grand & Toy to close all 19 retail stores
Grand & Toy, the Toronto office supplies chain, will close down all 19 of its retail locations in Canada after 132 years in business.Voluntary target benefit pension scheme proposed by Ottawa
A proposal to create a new voluntary target benefit pension plan, was announced by Minister of State for Finance Kevin Sorenson today in Toronto.Temporary Foreign Worker Program linked to joblessness: report
The government's Temporary Foreign Worker Program nudges the unemployment rate higher in some sectors of the economy and parts of the country, think-tank C.D. Howe says in a report.CIBC CEO Gerry McCaughey to retire in 2 years
Gerry McCaughey plans to retire as CEO of Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce in April 2016.