CBC’s Marketplace rounds up the consumer and health news you need from the week, including Air Miles members unaware of how rewards are collected, major changes to Canada’s tobacco laws, and an Expedia “glitch” that prevented travellers from booking a stay at a B.C. lodge.
Staff from the city of Mission are building temporary dikes in anticipation of potential flooding.
Ever been confronted with a situation and thought to yourself: “There should be a law against that?” If so, NDP MP Nathan Cullen has a contest for you.
City councillors in Richmond, B.C., have approved a contentious proposal to build temporary housing for homeless people for the next five years.
Kei Kamara scored from the spot in the 10th minute of second-half stoppage time and the Vancouver Whitecaps tied FC Dallas 2-2 on Saturday.
Around 3,000 homes and businesses in the Kootenay Boundary region are still a no-go zone, including most of downtown Grand Forks. On Saturday, the focus is getting evacuees back home.
The U.K. capital introduced a congestion charging scheme in 2003, which established a zone in the central area of the London Metropolitan Region that costs drivers £11.50 ($20) to enter daily.
Residents and local businesses are banding together to ward off floodwaters.
A group of Canadian Tire employees in B.C. found out the hard way that even petty theft from an employer is enough to get fired, with no compensation for years of service.
A Vancouver man has been sentenced to 20 days in jail and more than $1 million in forfeitures after making bitcoin trades with federal agents posing as drug dealers.