Ride-hailing services Uber and Lyft will give U.S. passengers and drivers more leeway to pursue claims of sexual misconduct, the industry's latest attempt to shed its reputation for trying to hide bad behaviour from drivers.
According to online measurement firm comScore, there aren't many holdouts left in Canada still using a BlackBerry, which accounted for only three per cent of the smartphones used here at the end of last year.
Home Capital Group Inc. has secured a $500-million standby credit line from two unnamed Canadian banks to replace its more costly emergency funding facility from Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc.
There's some good news for air travelers: it seems to be getting easier to actually get a seat on a plane from reward points.
The CEO of Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. says he "appreciates" an announcement by Finance Minister Bill Morneau that the government will compensate investors in the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline expansion if "unnecessary delays" cause costs to rise.
The U.S. Senate voted 52 to 47 on Wednesday to reverse the Federal Communications Commission decision in December to repeal landmark 2015 net neutrality rules, but it still faces an uphill battle.
The levy would raise about $48 million a year to pay for affordable housing and homeless services. Seattle leaders approved the idea on Monday.
It's not just new homeowners who are feeling the impact of higher interest rates and tougher lending standards: even those who've already bought are feeling the heat.
Companies as diverse as The Gap and Air Canada are seemingly bending to the will of the Chinese government by treading carefully around how Taiwan is mentioned in their products and services.
The average price of a Canadian home declined by more than 11 per cent in the 12 months up to April, the Canadian Real Estate Association said Tuesday.