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Canadians not getting the same support in the Equifax breach as those in the US

September 28th, 2017  |  Canadian Business

WestJet to launch their low-cost carrier for 2018

September 27th, 2017  |  Canadian Business

WestJet has announced that their low-cost carrier, named Swoop, will be launched in June 2018. The carrier will offer low-cost flights to customers, but are making it clear that any extras, such as checked baggage and boarding priority will come at an added expense.

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Richard Smith is out as Equifax CEO

September 26th, 2017  |  Canadian Business

Less than three weeks after the major Equifax data breach, CEO Richard Smith stepped down from his role at the credit-reporting agency after 12 years at the helm. The hack on their systems led to over 140 million Americans, 400,000 of those in the United Kingdom, and 100...

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Uber to leave Quebec if stricter rules are put in place

September 25th, 2017  |  Canadian Business

Uber warned the province of Quebec days ago that they were threatening to pull out their operations, and on Tuesday morning Jean-Nicolas Guillemette, director general of Uber Quebec, stated that they would indeed be leaving Quebec next month.

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Discount airfare does not always mean cheaper flights

September 24th, 2017  |  Canadian Business

Several Canadian airlines, including WestJet, Air Canada, and Canada Jetlines are gearing up to offer discounted airfare. However, these “no frill” flights may not be worth their low price tag.

"The airlines call it basic economy. Misery class is more accurate,...

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