TORONTO -- The Federal Court of Appeal has dismissed appeals by Canada's largest telephone and cable companies, handing an interim victory to the country's independent internet providers.
If you love living and working in Mississauga, you're not alone—a lot of people appear to think the city is pretty special when it comes to attracting businesses. 
While the pandemic has been hard on everyone, it has been especially hard on small business owners, many of whom have had to close up shop at the behest of the Province.
Now that most provinces have entered Stage 3, many more businesses have been permitted to reopen. However, not all have.
Ontario's cannabis store regulator says it will double the number of shops it authorizes this fall.
Mask slackers will now have to provide photographic proof they’re wearing a face covering before boarding an Uber.
TORONTO -- With rent coming due for another month, Ginger Robertson's daily walk through Toronto's Danforth neighbourhood is increasingly filled with empty storefronts.
OTTAWA -- The Canadian Transportation Agency says it has received more than 8,000 complaints about airlines since mid-March, an unprecedented figure for the five-and-a-half-month period.
Lyft, a popular rideshare company that, along with Uber, has changed the driver-for-hire world forever, recently announced that it has opened a new permanent hub in Mississauga. 
Rogers Communications Inc. is expanding its 5G technology to 50 new markets starting today.