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Government to provide $1.2 million to establish office of grocery code of conduct

Government to provide $1.2 million to establish office of grocery code of conduct

WHITEHORSE, YUKON — Federal Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay says the government, along with its provincial and territorial counterparts, will provide $1.
Deal to end LCBO strike thrown into question, union says job action continues

Deal to end LCBO strike thrown into question, union says job action continues

TORONTO — A deal reached Friday to end a two-week-long strike at the Liquor Control Board of Ontario was thrown into question just hours after it was announced, as both sides accused each other of acting in bad faith.
Recalled plant-based milk brands must rebuild trust by apologizing: marketers

Recalled plant-based milk brands must rebuild trust by apologizing: marketers

TORONTO — Marketing experts say two brands that recently had to recall plant-based milk contaminated with Listeria can come back from the deadly outbreak, but they must move quickly to regain consumer trust.
S&P/TSX composite index moves lower Friday, U.S. markets also down amid global outage

S&P/TSX composite index moves lower Friday, U.S. markets also down amid global outage

TORONTO — Canada's main stock index moved lower on Friday, as companies and organizations around the world grappled with outages stemming from a faulty CrowdStrike software update, while U.S. stock markets also fell.
Stock market today: Wall Street finishes worst week since April with more losses

Stock market today: Wall Street finishes worst week since April with more losses

NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks slumped Friday in another washout, as businesses around the world scrambled to contain the effects of a disruptive technology outage . The S&P 500 fell 0.
Proposed class-action lawsuit filed over Calgary water main break

Proposed class-action lawsuit filed over Calgary water main break

CALGARY — A proposed class-action lawsuit has been filed against the City of Calgary, claiming businesses needlessly lost significant revenue due to a water main break.
A massive tech outage is causing worldwide disruptions. Here's what we know

A massive tech outage is causing worldwide disruptions. Here's what we know

NEW YORK (AP) — Much of the world faced online disarray Friday as a widespread technology outage affected companies and services across industries — grounding flights, knocking banks and hospital systems offline and media outlets off air.
Global CrowdStrike disruption brings to mind lessons from 2022 Rogers outage

Global CrowdStrike disruption brings to mind lessons from 2022 Rogers outage

TORONTO — Canadians who woke up Friday to a worldwide technology outage that disrupted airlines, hospitals and banks may be thinking back to a widespread telecom outage from two years ago. The July 2022 outage of Rogers Communications Inc.
Grocery code could spur investment, stabilize prices: Kraft Heinz Canada president

Grocery code could spur investment, stabilize prices: Kraft Heinz Canada president

TORONTO — A grocery code of conduct could stabilize food prices in the future and encourage more investment in the Canadian food industry, according to the president of Kraft Heinz Canada.
Five things to know about Quebec's unique, two-week-long construction holiday

Five things to know about Quebec's unique, two-week-long construction holiday

MONTREAL — It's one of Quebec's many idiosyncrasies that in the dog days of summer, when everyone wishes they were on holiday, virtually the entire construction industry and a good chunk of the rest of the province close up shop for two weeks.