Bell Canada forced seriously ill woman to go to store: Tribunal

Michelle McQuigge, THE CANADIAN PRESS Feb 20, 2017 , Last Updated: 8:36 PM ET TORONTO — The Canadian Human Rights Tribunal says Bell Canada discriminated against a seriously ill woman by forcing her to violate her doctor’s orders and go to a store in person in order to acquire a cellphone. Linda Mills of London,…

2017 Subaru Forester 2.0XT Touring review

Right now, Southern California is in the midst of the wettest winter season that’s been seen in decades. While it offers a much needed respite from a record-setting drought that lasted roughly half a decade, the conditions are less than ideal for reviewing most new cars, as SoCal freeways typically grind to a halt when…

What I’m Watching: HBO’s Crashing is Lazyman’s Comedy

The Show:Crashing, Season 1, Episode 4 (HBO) The Moment: The drug deal Pete (Pete Holmes), a meh comedian whose wife just left him, is passing out flyers for a comedy club when a rival comic steals his corner. Detouring down a side street, he interrupts two guys doing a weed deal. “I’m so sorry, I’m…

Can Sears Holdings Afford to Drop Ivanka Trump?

An increasing number of retailers have announced their intention to drop Ivanka Trump’s merchandise line. From Nordstrom (NYSE:JWN) and Belk to Neiman-Marcus and Burlington, there’s a growing movement for retailers to distance themselves from the Trump brand. Although the coincidence of the announcements suggests there is a political motive behind the move because of a…

CPP Investment Board CEO says China, Canada face similar pension issues

China sees Canada as a valuable source of expertise as both countries grapple with the needs of an aging population that’s increasingly retired, according to the head of the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board. “China faces very similar demographic issues and pension challenges that Canada has faced and continues to face. When you put the…