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Smart phones are displayed at a Rogers store April 24, 2012 in Montreal.
1 hour ago | Add Comment | Hamilton Spectator

Action Line: Your ‘term’ contract pays for your cellphone: know what you are paying for

Al MacRury

Nothing in life is free and that includes cellphones. Know what you are buying.

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Business | 2 hours ago

Tim Hortons deal could spark ‘inversion’ frenzy

The perception that rules may be amended “has created a sense of urgency” on the part of corporations, including some facing...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Michael Lewis
Business | 2 hours ago
Nuclear waste site is rock solid, says OPG

Nuclear waste site is rock solid, says OPG

The geology for a proposed nuclear waste site near Kincardine “doesn’t get much better than this” says Ontario Power...

OurWindsor.Ca | by John Spears
Business | 2 hours ago

Debt is keeping millennials up at night

A new study reveals a generation stressed out about debt

OurWindsor.Ca | by Francine Kopun
Canada | 3 hours ago

Most claimants lose appeals over EI benefits

Most claimants lose EI appeals; dismissal rate remains high in new system

Business | 21 hours ago
Kobo launches waterproof e-reader

Kobo launches waterproof e-reader

Latest iteration of the electronic library can be taken to the beach or into the bath

OurWindsor.Ca | by Deborah Dundas
Business | 21 hours ago

Tim Hortons has historically struggled in the U.S.

Tim Hortons has made it clear the U.S. is a priority market, but winning over U.S. customers has been a long struggle. Can...

OurWindsor.Ca | by Francine Kopun
Aug 26, 2014

Ontario talks hydro trade with Quebec and Manitoba

Ontario's energy minister Bob Chiarelli has talked to Quebec and Manitoba about increased hydro power imports

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by John Spears
Aug 26, 2014

Revenue minister credits low tax rate for fast-food merger

The federal minister of national revenue credits the tax cuts the Conservative government has made since 2006 for the...

Waterloo Region Record | Add Comment | by Terry Pender
Aug 26, 2014

Wineries applaud C.D. Howe report

LINCOLN — A recently released report from the C.D. Howe Institute pairs perfect with the Wine Council of Ontario, say local...

Grimsby Lincoln News | Add Comment | by Luke Edwards
Aug 26, 2014

The berry by any other name would taste as sweet

Saskatoons or Juneberries? Name debate brewing between Canada and U.S.

Aug 26, 2014

On-demand service 'Shomi' announced

Rogers and Shaw launch video-on-demand service called 'Shomi'

Aug 26, 2014

VIDEO: Niagara fireworks company wins international prize

Beamsville company has been lighting up the skies for 30 years.

Hamilton Spectator | Add Comment
Aug 25, 2014

Burger King-Tim Hortons: Is Canada becoming a corporate tax haven?

Potential inversion deal highlights dropping corporate taxes in Canada, now the lowest among 10 countries, with the U.S. in...

OurWindsor.Ca | Add Comment | by Francine Kopun
Aug 25, 2014

Amazon could be ESPN of video games in Twitch deal

Amazon to buy video game streaming service Twitch for $970 million

Aug 25, 2014

Burger King deal would help Tims expansion

Tims-Burger King deal should help U.S. expansion, but not bring menu changes

Aug 25, 2014

The real question about nuclear disaster: Federal or provincial issue?

Ontario health bureaucrats have raised the age-old question: Would a nuclear disaster in Canada fall under federal or a...

DurhamRegion.com | Add Comment | by John Spears

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