Hertz says it will pay approximately $168 million by the end of the year to settle the majority of the lawsuits brought against the rental car company by some of its customers who were wrongly accused of stealing cars they had rented.
Equifax Canada says an increase in borrowers helped push total consumer debt to $2.36 trillion in the third quarter, for a 7.3 per cent rise from last year, even as mortgage volumes decline.
Just as in the past, when Tiff Macklem and Carolyn Rogers make their rate decisions there is one thing for sure. It will be too much, too little or just right. And as in the past it may be very, very wrong.
First ever Canadian-made electric delivery vans roll off the line at GM's CAMI facility in Ingersoll
The first vehicles are rolling off the line at a GM plant in Ingersoll, Ont., in what the automaker says is the first full-scale electric vehicle-making facility in Canada.
A Calgary man thought it'd be a nice present for his son — ordering computer parts on Amazon so his newly minted high school grad could build his own PC. But when the $690 graphics card arrived, it turned out to be a fake. That was the start of a five-month headache.
Anyone hoping for a break on sky-high grocery bills should brace themselves for a shock, as the typical family's food bill for the year is predicted to go up by more than $1,000.
Tips, which apps like SkipTheDishes, UberEats and DoorDash prompt customers to add before their order even arrives, make up a big part of couriers' fares — and they're assessing whether your order is worth the trip.