Telcos' extra charge for paper billing probed by CRTC
Canada's broadcast regulator is going to look into why some telecom and cable companies charge customers who want to receive paper bills instead of electronic ones.Why Roots walked away from Parks Canada clothing deal
Why did Roots, the iconic Canadian company that’s synonymous with stylish, quality casual wear for nature lovers, drop out of a plan to collaborate with Parks Canada on a new fashion line?Potash results mark turnaround from 2013's uncertainty
Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan raised its outlook for the year Thursday as it reported a second-quarter profit of $472 million.Rogers profit drops to $405M as wireless growth slows
Rogers Communications Inc. has reported a lower second-quarter net income of $405 million, or 76 cents per diluted share, while the telecom company struggled to add more wireless customers.Inuit brace for full bore Arctic development at international summit
While business and political leaders from across the Pacific Northwest are fretting about how to harness the Arctic’s potential at a summit in Whistler, B.C., an international gathering of Inuit leaders is discussing how to adapt to rapid change in the region.Lac-Megantic locomotive suitable for museum exhibit or scrap
The owner of a Lac-Megantic bar incinerated in last year's rail disaster says he would be equally comfortable seeing the train's locomotive become a museum exhibit or scrap metal.