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Do you know how your credit card rewards work?

Do you know how your credit card rewards work?

Canadians are using credit cards to pay for purchases more than ever before.Why wouldn't they? Cash has been on the decline and rewards programs are better than ever.
Tips to deal with shrinkflation at the mall as some shoppers question discounts

Tips to deal with shrinkflation at the mall as some shoppers question discounts

Higher regular prices, smaller percentages off and fewer items on sale are just some of the trends consumers say they’ve noticed in recent weeks at stores in Canada.
Canada player ratings: Hoilett impresses, Borjan drops stinker in World Cup finale

Canada player ratings: Hoilett impresses, Borjan drops stinker in World Cup finale

Morocco scored twice in 23 minutes, making everyone wonder if Canada was in over its head. Thankfully for the Canadians, an Nayef Aguerd own goal restored faith but a late rally wasn't enough to claim a result.
New paid sick leave rules come into effect for federally regulated workers

New paid sick leave rules come into effect for federally regulated workers

As of Dec. 31, workers who have been continuously employed for at least 30 days will have access to their first three paid sick days. 
A look at how $10-a-day child-care plans have been rolling out across Canada

A look at how $10-a-day child-care plans have been rolling out across Canada

The federal government has signed agreements with every province and territory, aiming to reduce child-care fees by an average of 50 per cent by the end of 2022 and to $10 a day by 2026.
Ontario gaming regulator orders ban on UFC bets due to concerns

Ontario gaming regulator orders ban on UFC bets due to concerns

The AGCO says the decision was taken due to non-compliance with their betting integrity requirements after allegations surfaced of betting by UFC insiders, as well as reports of suspicious betting patterns in other jurisdictions.
Competition watchdog holding firm in its opposition of Rogers, Shaw $26B proposed deal

Competition watchdog holding firm in its opposition of Rogers, Shaw $26B proposed deal

Rogers and Shaw insisted the deal, which includes a proposal to sell Shaw-owned wireless carrier Freedom Mobile to Québecor Inc.-owned Videotron Ltd., will enhance competition and be better for consumers.
Kingston police seeking to identify female suspected of fraud and theft

Kingston police seeking to identify female suspected of fraud and theft

The suspect is described as Caucasian, with a medium/stocky build. She was wearing a black zip up hoodie with red/maroon lettering across the chest, a dark coloured ball cap and a red bandana face covering, which had a printed design on it. The suspect also was wearing rings on multiple fingers.
2022 FIFA World Cup: What we learned as Canada bows out in loss to Morocco

2022 FIFA World Cup: What we learned as Canada bows out in loss to Morocco

The 2-1 defeat to Morocco at Al Thumama Stadium really stuck out in that regard. Two headers from Atiba Hutchinson (off the crossbar) and Alistair Johnston (narrowly over the bar), was all that separated Canada between a sixth consecutive World Cup defeat and its first-ever point.
Applications open for dental care benefits touted by Liberals as inflation relief

Applications open for dental care benefits touted by Liberals as inflation relief

The benefit, to be used toward dental services, is available for children under 12 in families that earn less than $90,000 a year and ranges from $260 to $650 per child depending on net income.
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