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'Personal assistant and a watchdog': How credit monitoring works after a data breach

'Personal assistant and a watchdog': How credit monitoring works after a data breach

Credit monitoring isn't just for your credit score — it can also alert you to potential identity theft and fraud if your data has been compromised in a breach, as many Ticketmaster customers were warned earlier this week.
Airline regulator prods passenger to keep quiet on complaint rulings

Airline regulator prods passenger to keep quiet on complaint rulings

A consumer rights organization says the Canadian Transportation Agency is pressuring passengers to stay silent about its rulings on their complaints — a move the country's airline regulator says falls squarely within its mandate under the law.
Taiga granted creditor protection as electric snowmobile outfit pursues sale

Taiga granted creditor protection as electric snowmobile outfit pursues sale

MONTREAL — Taiga Motors Corp. says it has obtained an interim court order for creditor protection as well as one authorizing the company to launch a formal sale and investment solicitation process.
Bombardier workers at aircraft assembly centre ratify contract, end strike

Bombardier workers at aircraft assembly centre ratify contract, end strike

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Workers represented by Unifor at Bombardier's aircraft assembly centre in the Greater Toronto Area have ratified a new three-year contract, ending an 18-day strike.
Saskatchewan puts moratorium on wild boar farms, toughens regulations

Saskatchewan puts moratorium on wild boar farms, toughens regulations

REGINA — The Saskatchewan government has put a moratorium on new wild boar farms, after decades of expanding feral swine populations. The province also says existing farms will require licensing and regular inspection.
Transit company Keolis North America signs deal to double size of Canadian operations

Transit company Keolis North America signs deal to double size of Canadian operations

TORONTO — Transit company Keolis North America says it has signed a deal that will see the company double the size of its Canadian operations.
CPP Investments buying 20% stake in European software company Team.blue

CPP Investments buying 20% stake in European software company Team.blue

TORONTO — The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board is investing about $811 million for a 20 per cent stake in European company Team.blue, which helps simplify online business for entrepreneurs and small businesses. The transaction values Team.
Powell stresses message that US job market is cooling, a possible signal of coming rate cut

Powell stresses message that US job market is cooling, a possible signal of coming rate cut

WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell on Wednesday reinforced a message that the Fed is paying growing attention to a slowing job market and not only to taming inflation, a shift that signals it's likely to begin cutting interest rate
Astronauts confident Boeing space capsule can safely return them to Earth, despite failures

Astronauts confident Boeing space capsule can safely return them to Earth, despite failures

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Two astronauts who should have been back on Earth weeks ago said Wednesday that they’re confident that Boeing’s space capsule can return them safely, despite breakdowns.
Canadian Chamber of Commerce names Candace Laing new president and CEO

Canadian Chamber of Commerce names Candace Laing new president and CEO

The Canadian Chamber of Commerce has named Candace Laing its new president and CEO, effective Sept. 1.
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