The bread supplier that admitted to price-fixing earlier this year says any anti-competitive behaviour it participated in was at the direction and to the benefit of its then-majority owner Maple Leaf Foods.
The rumoured bid by the Blue Jays to sign Shohei Ohtani is about much more than baseball. Rogers Communications, which owns the team, could spend as much as $600 million US to acquire the two-way phenom, and experts say the company could leverage Ohtani's fame to boost its core business.
The recent surge in newcomers is adding to inflation through housing demand, a senior Bank of Canada official said Thursday, warning rental and home prices could continue to rise without a boost to housing supply.
Canada's financial intelligence agency says it has levied a $1.3-million penalty against CIBC for non-compliance with money laundering and terrorist financing measures.
The head of Canada's biggest grocery chain says the looming implementation of the grocery code of conduct would lead to higher prices for consumers, not lower ones.
Expect some food prices to get cheaper next year — but typical grocery bills may still go up by $700
Savvy shoppers should be able to find a few bargains at the grocery store next year, but even with prices for some essentials falling the typical Canadian family's overall grocery bill is set to increase by about $700 to more than $16,000 in 2024.
The Bank of Canada decided to keep its benchmark interest rate steady at five per cent.
'It scared the hell out of me,' says lead plaintiff in proposed class-action suit over data breach at 23andMe
Genetic testing company 23andMe, which is the subject of a proposed class-action lawsuit in Canada, says a data breach may have affected millions more customers than initially believed. The B.C. man who is the lead plaintiff says the company didn't do enough to protect customers.