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Remedy or ripoff' 5 things to watch out for
Hundreds of natural treatments on store shelves bring in billions of dollars in sales every year in Canada. CBC's Marketplace looks at how can you tell what's a cure-all and what's a cash grab.
Hitler coffee cream pot company faces closure
The company that designed the coffee cream pot lids featuring images of Hitler and Mussolini is facing bankruptcy after Swiss supermarket chain Migros said it planned to terminate its contract
Telus speed claims not based on real-world experience
A recent Telus press release trumpeting how Canadian wireless data speeds are much faster than those in other countries is based on a report that tested advertised speeds — not what cellphone users actually experience, CBC News has learned.
Heads up, hipsters. Here comes Muji
Muji, which has 270-plus stores worldwide and is opening its first Canadian location in Toronto later this year, is renowned for its innovative no-brand, no-logo strategy — its products have been called “quiet” — which makes it uber cool and thus a magnet
Vancouver’s cabbies take aim at Uber
It’s a multi-billion-dollar struggle for control of urban transportation across the globe, pitting Silicon Valley investors against traditional taxi companies, and Vancouver is now a key battleground.
Foreign worker paid $25K for a non-existent job
An Ontario immigration consultant is under investigation for charging foreign clients up to $25,000 to help them enter Canada to work at low-skill jobs. In at least one case, the worker arrived to find the employer no longer existed.
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