CRTC ruling could mean higher Internet bills

TORONTO - Consumers could see their Internet costs edge higher as cable companies look to maintain their profits in light of a ruling that...
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Next Week At The PUC

PUC wishes to advise the public of the following activities for the week of March 23rd, 2015. This notice is organized into three sections;...

Sweeping Changes to Your Cable / Satellite Bills by 2016

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) today set out a roadmap that, in a World of Choice, will maximize choice and affordability for...

Northern Ontario Business Case Competition

Business Administration students from across Northern Ontario will be put to the test in Algoma University’s 9th Annual Northern Ontario Case Competition on March...

Minimum Wage Going Up Next Fall

Ontario is raising the general minimum wage from $11 to $11.25 per hour, effective October 1, 2015. Minimum wage rates for jobs in special categories (liquor...

A Letter From Joe To Lisa

A letter that was sent to Transport Canada Minister Lisa Raitt yesterday by Joe Fratesi, Chair of the ACR Passenger Service Stakeholders Working Group...

Sault Success Story Expands To Thunder Bay

A Sault Ste. Marie based restaurant continues its expansion in Ontario, this time to Thunder Bay. Wacky Wings, started as Wing Nuts when Craig and...

Looking For Tax Relief?

Paying for heating bills, sales and property taxes can add up quickly - especially for those with modest incomes. That's why it's important for...

Complaint filed against Canada Goose

TORONTO - A complaint filed with the Competition Bureau alleges Canada Goose makes "false and misleading" claims in the marketing of its popular winter...

Should Daylight Savings Time Be Abolished?

An Ann Arbor Michigan State Representative has introduced legislation to end daylight savings time.   Jeff Irwin Michigan representative says, "It’s an idea that’s outlived...

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