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Loblaws mails $25 gift cards to shoppers who refused to send ID for price-fixing compensation
Loblaws has sent $25 gift cards to some customers who never expected to get one after they refused to send the retailer a copy of their ID. The cards are compensation for Loblaws's role in a national bread price-fixing scandal.
Ottawa still searching for Trans Mountain buyer, says new natural resources minister
Ottawa's ownership of the Trans Mountain pipeline will be short lived, vows newly-appointed Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi.
Comcast blinks in fight with Disney for Twenty-First Century Fox
Cable and media company Comcast said Thursday that it is dropping its bid for Twenty-First Century Fox's entertainment business, instead focusing on its pursuit of the European pay-TV operator Sky.
De Beers Canada acquires Peregrine Diamonds, to take over Nunavut diamond project
De Beers Canada has announced a $107 million agreement to acquire all outstanding securities of Peregrine Diamonds Ltd.
Family's $500K inheritance seized by U.S. border officials
U.S. industries some of the loudest voices opposing Trump's 25% auto tariff plan: Don Pittis
Allegations of inflated property values at centre of RCMP syndicated mortgage fraud investigation
After crackdown on steel and aluminum, U.S. to review foreign uranium
CP Rail second-quarter profit hurt by disruptions related to labour strife
Two become one? Planemakers work on tech to cut pilot numbers
Federal Reserve boss tells Congress to get its house in order: Don Pittis
Ford recalls 550,000 vehicles that can roll away unexpectedly
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