CIBC and President's Choice Financial are amicably breaking up a 20-year banking marriage and divvying up the assets - news one financial expert says isn't necessarily a good or bad thing for consumers.
MONTREAL - A Quebec law firm is seeking authorization to launch a class action lawsuit on behalf of Netflix users in the province who were allegedly charged higher fees unilaterally.
Albertans, who currently pay more for dental services than any other Canadians, should expect "downward pressure" on costs under a fee guide being implemented next month, says the Alberta Dental Association and College.
Dr. Maninder Badyal convicted of fraud for billing ICBC for treatments that were not performed. SURREY (NEWS 1130) - A Surrey chiropracter will have to pay nearly $20,000 after committing fraud against ICBC.
The federal government has approved up to $60-million in spending to bring electricity transmission to the remote First Nations community of Pikangikum, where lack of reliable power is contributing to a social and mental health crisis in the community.