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One Degree Wednesday March 10 2021

Canada’s competition laws come under scrutiny after grocery business controversies

A group of MPs will start considering changes to Canada’s antitrust rules next month, prompted in part by a series of controversies in the grocery business.

Supermarket chains have been under scrutiny from Ottawa since last spring, when the country’s three largest grocers opted to simultaneously cut $2-per-hour pandemic pay bonuses for front-line workers.


Canada can win the hydrogen race

We already have the resources we need to surpass our competitors in the hydrogen race—we just need to focus on what can be achieved during and beyond a narrow transition period.


‘Profoundly disappointed’: B.C. apologizes for COVID-19 call centre chaos, blames Telus

The government of B.C. is in damage-control mode after a chaotic rollout of its COVID-19 vaccine call centre program.

On Monday, nearly two million calls overwhelmed call centres staffed by local health authorities and Telus, which is contracted by the province.



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