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Tribunal wraps first 'junk fee' case over online fees for Cineplex movie tickets

Tribunal wraps first 'junk fee' case over online fees for Cineplex movie tickets

OTTAWA — The Competition Tribunal heard a second day of arguments Thursday in a case that could decide whether Cineplex can keep charging customers an extra fee for buying movie tickets online.
Income tax indexing highlights Nova Scotia budget as inflation complaints rise

Income tax indexing highlights Nova Scotia budget as inflation complaints rise

HALIFAX — Nova Scotia has tabled a $16.5-billion budget that indexes provincial income tax rates to inflation — a move the government said Thursday will provide relief from the province's rising cost of living.
Toronto FC signs former England youth international Matty Longstaff

Toronto FC signs former England youth international Matty Longstaff

Toronto FC has signed former England youth international Matty Longstaff to a two-year contract with an option for 2026.
Winnipeg man who killed Saskatchewan Mountie with stolen truck sentenced to 18 years

Winnipeg man who killed Saskatchewan Mountie with stolen truck sentenced to 18 years

REGINA — A man who ran over and killed an RCMP officer in Saskatchewan was sentenced to 18 years in prison Thursday in a decision both prosecutors and police say sends a message to future would-be offenders.
MPs summon CEOs of Rogers, Bell and Telus to appear at committee about phone prices

MPs summon CEOs of Rogers, Bell and Telus to appear at committee about phone prices

MPs have voted unanimously to summon the chief executives of Canada's three largest telecommunications companies to testify at a federal committee as it studies the accessibility and affordability of wireless and broadband services.
Canada averts recession with meagre growth in Q4, consumers and businesses pinched

Canada averts recession with meagre growth in Q4, consumers and businesses pinched

OTTAWA — The Canadian economy continues to beat recession fears, posting modest growth in the fourth quarter even as high interest rates weighed on consumers and businesses.
Son of Blue Jays pitcher Swanson out of intensive care after being hit by car

Son of Blue Jays pitcher Swanson out of intensive care after being hit by car

LAKELAND, Fla. — Toronto Blue Jays reliever Erik Swanson's son Toby has been discharged from the pediatric intensive care unit. The four-year-old boy was hit by a car Sunday in Clearwater Beach, Fla.
NHL fines Leafs head coach Keefe $25,000 after disagreement with refs

NHL fines Leafs head coach Keefe $25,000 after disagreement with refs

NEW YORK — The NHL has fined Toronto Maple Leafs head coach Sheldon Keefe US$25,000 for "unprofessional conduct directed at the officials.
Senators centre Norris out 'extended period of time' with upper-body injury

Senators centre Norris out 'extended period of time' with upper-body injury

OTTAWA — The Ottawa Senators will be without Josh Norris yet again.
TD fast-tracking investments to fix anti-money laundering deficiencies: CEO

TD fast-tracking investments to fix anti-money laundering deficiencies: CEO

TORONTO — TD Bank Group has identified where its deficiencies in anti-money laundering oversight are and is working to address them, said chief executive Bharat Masrani.