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Police begin arresting last protesters at Standing Rock
Police are arresting Dakota Access pipeline protesters who've failed to meet a deadline to clear a camp on federal land in North Dakota.
Dakota Access protesters set camp on fire as US army moves in  Toronto Star
Nine arrested at Dakota Access Pipeline protest site  CNN
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Hudson's Bay Co. misled consumers on mattress prices, says Competition Bureau
Canada's Competition Bureau alleges that the Hudson's Bay Company used deceptive price claims and other tactics to mislead consumers about sales of mattress and box spring sets.
HBC denies deceptive pricing accusations from competition watchdog  Calgary Herald
Competition Bureau sues HBC over alleged deceptive regular price claims and ...  Canada NewsWire (press release)
Inside the brutal transformation of Tim Hortons
Since taking over the iconic chain in 2014, its new Brazilian owner, 3G Capital, has purged head office, slashed costs and squeezed suppliers.
North American stock markets hit another round of all-time closing highs
Dairy Queen could be next target for Restaurant Brands: Analyst  BNN
SodaStream recalls bottles at risk of bursting
SodaStream Canada has recalled some one-litre bottles because consumers could be injured if the bottles rupture while the contents are being carbonated.
SodaStream recalls thousands of bottles due to danger they could rupture  CTV News
51000 SodaStream bottles recalled due to explosion risk  CNET
Retail sales edge lower in December
Unadjusted retail sales hit an historic high of $50 billion in December and the volume of retail sales was up 3 per cent from a year ago.
Retail sales post biggest drop in 9 months amid weak holiday spending  The Globe and Mail
Alberta retail sales rise for 5th straight month in December
Bill banning winter hydro disconnections speeds through Queen's Park
Ontario electricity distributors will no longer be allowed to disconnect customers' power in the winter if they don't pay their bills, which are steadily rising along with ratepayer anger.
Ontario speeds through bill to ban winter disconnections for non-payment of ...  Toronto Star
MPPs pass bill to cancel winter hydro disconnections  Toronto Sun
Hey big spender: CTF awards most wasteful government spending
The 19th annual Teddy Awards brings attention to the most wasteful examples of government spending, and it looks like Alberta has cleaned up its act.
Ontario government mocked for wasteful spending with 'awards' from ...  Toronto Star
Unwanted honour: Victoria given wasteful spending award for Johnson St. Bridge  CTV Vancouver Island
TransCanada revives plan for long-term, fixed-price gas shipments
A once-discarded deal between TransCanada Corp. and Western Canadian natural gas producers for lower-cost shipping to access key Ontario, Quebec and U.S.
TransCanada asks shippers to support new natural gas pipeline tolls  CTV News
TransCanada revives dead deal with new toll arrangement.  Seeking Alpha
BC tax cuts provide bang for buck: premier
B.C Premier Christy Clark speaks to a crowd while attending an Erase Bullying in Sport event in collaboration with Pink Shirt Anti-Bullying Day in Burnaby, B.C.
Jordan Bateman: BC government finally delivers an MSP tax cut
Health premiums cut in half in pre-election BC budget
100-cup challenge aims to reveal 'Roll Up The Rim' odds
As Canadians flock to their nearest Tim Hortons for a quick coffee pick-me-up and a chance to win big in the company's beloved “Roll Up The Rim to Win” annual contest, a growing number of ambitious YouTubers are increasing their odds (by a lot) in a ...
It turns out Roll Up the Rim wins are distributed evenly; you just have bad luck  Edmonton Examiner